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Dear Dr Eden & KrongradFirstly I would like to give you a brief history and then ask a few questions, I hope this is OK.5 months ago I contracted non specific urethritis and was treated within 2…Continue

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What is your score on the Chronic Prostatitis Symptom Index (posted on home page)?
If you have been diagnosed with prostatitis, please tell us your story: age, duration of symptoms, treatments, results, and the like.
Diagnosed originally with CPPS/non-bacterial prostatitis

Now under the care of Professor Eden, EPS test showed Enterococci Facealis so looks like it is bacterial after all!

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At 10:08pm on October 24, 2014, Rob said…
Did this happen after a sexual exposure? Sounds like mycoplasma or ureaplasma. Same happen to me after oral sex. Mycoplasma was the cause.
At 11:46am on October 25, 2014, jeffos said…
Hi david
Your single 250mg dosis of ceftriaxone looks quite low to me....every time i had a bout of prostatitis my urologist used to shot me with 1000mg for 3 days.

Your pain symptoms are very common....I take tramadol or ultracet prescribed to me by a pain specialist.
At 11:31am on October 26, 2014, rich said…
David, read up on the use of suppositories to help with prostatitis
At 3:32pm on October 28, 2014, s mndl said…
Hi David...I think doctor do a heart check up by electrocardiogram. .and also mri scan of prostate gland. .and there is no duration as such what u have asked the doctors regarding depends on the severity of ur symptoms. .its very simple equation ..u go for lrp..when the disease is beyond management and starts destroy u mentally physically and emotionally. .and to avoid cancer. .the lrp has to be done bcz prostatis ultimately becomes cancerous anyways. .so it is crystal clear when u must go for the operation. .it depends on ur symptoms. .and its severity. .the inability to lead a normal life leaves us no choice other than removal of prostate gland. regards. .supantha
At 8:33am on September 20, 2016, jean pierre said…

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How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very important to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site. Could you please get back to me on my private email( if you dont mind ?
Have a nice day and God bless you,

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