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Ike & German, how are you doing guy's?

Ike & German, how are you doing guy's? Well I hope. We would love to hear from you.

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I was also wondering if you guys were able to do things like drink coffee or eat spicy foods once again? Really hope you two are doing well.
HI EVERYBODY!!! Im really sorry guys for disappear for such a long time, but like mike adds in the forum i was just trying to recover the last 3 years of my life, losted when i was suffering from that nightmare called prostatitis. Well exactly today i complete 9 months after my LRP (laparoscopical radical prostatoctemy), and im feeling pretty well!!
The next time i will tell you all the details, im in marruecos now!! Health and best regards!!
Nice to have you back German! Have a great holiday. We look forward to hearing from you soon. Was your report cancerous too, or were you in the minority that did not have cancer?

German said:
HI EVERYBODY!!! Im really sorry guys for disappear for such a long time, but like mike adds in the forum i was just trying to recover the last 3 years of my life, losted when i was suffering from that nightmare called prostatitis. Well exactly today i complete 9 months after my LRP (laparoscopical radical prostatoctemy), and im feeling pretty well!!
The next time i will tell you all the details, im in marruecos now!! Health and best regards!!
Hi , German I hope you still doing well, how is the things after 2 years ? I am sure you are OK, but if you like to reply me I will be very happy. All the best and God bless you !

Ps . I am strongly consider the LRP and every information from you its very important for me !

I heard German its not very well,  hes pain relapsed again, I friend of mine told me last week. He has LRP done in England 2 years ago :( .

I hope its not true,  probably this is the reason he never came back on this forum. 

 

Theodor, please don't be offended, but I'd like some confirmation of German's present condition. If it's true, of course, it's worrying, but there used to be a guy on another forum who constantly spread misinformation about LRP for prostatitis. Let's hope German himself can give us an update.
I am member of a polish prostatitis forum, I had a private discution with a member . He told me that German is not very well ( but is better than he was before) .Hes symptoms came back about 60% . I sent him a new PM last night I hope will give us some details.  I hope German will come back again to give us updates. I think the best way is to wait untill 2015 when this study will be finished and published. 
Jon said:
Theodor, please don't be offended, but I'd like some confirmation of German's present condition. If it's true, of course, it's worrying, but there used to be a guy on another forum who constantly spread misinformation about LRP for prostatitis. Let's hope German himself can give us an update.
Thanks, Theodor.
I think LRP for CPPS should be done for free in this trial period, I saw Chris story today...very unpleasant :( .  No ofence for Dr. Krongrad, I know hospitals  are very expensive in USA but we do not have suffiecient clinical data to sustain LRP for CPPS yet. I got allot of emails containing video's of Robert Redford and the other two guys ,  but we need more, much more testimonials. Hopefully will have in the 2 years.

Jon said:
Thanks, Theodor.

To have data requires patients. To have patients requires data. A chicken:egg situation, eh?

 

The anecdotes are not a scientific basis for an informed decision that includes an estimation of the probabilities of success, failure, and risk. To have probabilities estimations requires prospective data collection. In this light, the anecdotes take on critical meaning as a trigger for a testable hypothesis, whose testing will lead to probabilities estimations. In this case, here is the testable hypothesis: For severe, treatment-refractomy chronic prostatitis, laparoscopic prostatectomy is associated with symptom relief.

 

Why is it important that scientific structure be introduced to the testing of new hypotheses for this disorder? Because some of the well tested hypotheses -- Lyrica is useful -- have been falsified by the data. And because many other hypotheses have been so poorly tested that they leave us with no real understanding of treatment effect at all.

 

Patients with this disorder deserve better knowledge than we have today. Patients who care about this disorder should push for new hypotheses and more clinical trials as a basis for better knowledge.

 

More testimonials is not a substitute for clinical trials.

 

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Unfortunately I have to confirm the information it gave about the German Theodor Kochansky.
I spoke with German personally. The first year, according to him was fantastic. I spoke with him, and he told me that he started too early  to enjoy life, ridding a bike, practicing sports, which caused back pain. The doctors found him Myoffacial pelvic pain. He told me that He still feel better than before the LRP, but the back pain does not inspire optimism. Ge told me also that as soon as you gather more information, share them with us on this forum.

Hi gays, Marcin how are you feeling 5 years after LPR?

How is German? Marcin do you have any info about German now?

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