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Somebody with the handle UROBAC posted about this product on another prostatitis forum.  It does look intriguing and the cleveland clinic apparently has done some trials with it, however there are no testimonials so I dunno if this is just another shill but it would reflect badly on the clinic if that is the case..would appreciate any input to help me determine if this is worth trying...


Urobac is a therapy designed to reduce inflammation and calcification occurring in the genital and urological system, kidney stones (nephrolithiasis), Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD), chronic prostatitis (CP or CPPS), Interstitial Cystitis (IC) and benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH) and to treat urological nanobacterial infections.

In the latest study published, Nanobacteria were shown in a Chinese study published by Shen, Ming, et al on 12/1/2010 to be the cause of Chronic Prostatitis & ED. Their study proved Koch's postulates for Nanobacteria & Type III Chronic Prostatitis. Nanobacteria has been widely shown in scores of published research papers to be causative in kidney stones, gallstones, PKD (Polycystic Kidney Disease), BPH (benign prostatic hypertension), Chronic cystitis and chronic prostatitis (CP). Urobac has been shown to reverse chronic prostatitis symptoms and stone calcification in chronic prostatitis and BPH. (published in The Journal of UROLOGY by Daniel Shoskes, MD- Cleveland Clinic.) Click for Cleveland Clinic Study.

In numerous clinical studies, Urobac has been shown to be effective, well tolerated and a proven treatment for urologic inflammation, calcification and genitourinary nanobacterial infections. Although our researchers feel Urobac by itself is effective, your physician may elect to duplicate protocols and add a prescription for Tetracycline HCL 500mg #30 capsules Sig: i PO qHS to your nightly Urobac regimen. We can discuss Urobac with your physician. Unfortunately, not all physicians have read our studies. Please feel free to print our studies and take them to your physician.

 ADDITIONAL STUDIES (Click the links below to view the studies):

NASA / Baylor College of Medicine Study Abstarct : Calcifying Nanoparticles (Nanobacteria): An Additional Potential Fa... ; NASA/ Baylor/ Cleveland Clinic Study Abstract: A Preliminary analysis of calcifying particles in the serum and prostates of patients with prostatic inflammation ; NASA/ UCSF/ University of Kuopio-Finland Study AbstractAssociation between Randall’s plaque and calcifying nanoparticles  ; Chongqing China Study Abstract: Detection of Nanobacteria Infection in Type III Prostatitis  ; Click here for a complete list of studies.

The minimum course of UROBAC is usually four to six months, but depending on the severity of the disease and the patient response, many patients will benefit from a longer treatment duration.

Patients and physicians have reported additional anecdotal improvements in their health status after Urobac treatment. Some reported areas of improvement are:  Erectile dysfunction (ED) reversal, markedly improved erections; Syndrome X- diabetes mellitus - Type II; Cataracts dissolving, vision improvement & glaucoma pressure improvement; MS & ALS remission; Alzheimer's Disease & Short term memory improvement; Arthritis improvement; Passing of partially-dissolved kidney stones and dissolving of gallstones; Eczema, scleroderma, psoriasis, lichen planus, calcinosis cutis & atopic dermatitis; Peripheral vascular disease; Periodontal disease, gingivitis & dental plaque dissolving; Increased sense of smell; Increased exercise capacity; Improved sense of well-being; Increased alertness; Improved hearing; Disappearance of tinnitus; Remission of Systemic Lupus Erythematosis


Product                         Quantity Product Number       Price



Urobac- 1 Month                   1                      004                 $325.00       


Urobac- 3 Month (15% off)    3                     005                 $827.00         


Urobac- 6 Month (20% off)    6                      006                 $1560.00  

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Hi Ty R,


The lack of testimonials does not in any way negate science. Conversely, the presence of a testimonial does not mean for any new individual patient that he knows how he would fare with the same treatment. Testimonials (self-reported anecdotes) complement science, but do not substitute for it.


That said, you may find interest in this short review relating to nanobacteria and prostatitis.



I tried this protocol a couple of years ago for 3 months. It helped with symptoms while I was taking it and for about 3-4 months after I stopped. I believe Mike, who has written a testamonial on his LRP, also tried this treatment some time ago without long term success. I had an TRUS before the treatment showing calcification of the prostate. About a year or so after the treatment I went to California for some prostate injections which also failed and in fact made me worse. Just before the injections I had another TRUS showing heavy calcification of the prostate. It was apparent that in my case that the EDTA treatment had no effect on the prostate stones. That said I had no other harmful side effects from the EDTA treatment and did get some temporary partial relief.



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