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Clairvoyant replied to rich's discussion Suppositories
"Just to mention I have been treated by COLLARGOL suppositories with a VERY CONSEQUENT RELIEF of the pain and infection . I was suffering from prostatitis since 10 years and tried numerous treatments - antibiotics (Ofloxacin, Ciprofoxacin, Bactrim,…"
Dec 26, 2014
Clairvoyant left a comment for Arnon Krongrad, MD
"Hi, Arnon. Have to say that on a scale of 10, pain reduced  down to 3 since the fourth day of the cure with EO's. I just needed two days to adjust the dosage. Initially 130 mg which caused nausea, I cut suppository in two parts, twice a…"
Dec 19, 2010
Clairvoyant left a comment for Arnon Krongrad, MD
"Hi, Arnon. Thanks to read me . The surgery was to remove a 'Thornwald' kist. Of course I got a catheter for about 24 hours. . Today, I am experimenting essential oils combination in suppository. No promise at all, but who knows? I'll…"
Dec 10, 2010
Arnon Krongrad, MD left a comment for Clairvoyant
"Hi Clairvoyant, Welcome. How is the head surgery related? What was the surgery for: Tumor, trauma? Did you have a catheter at the time? Arnon"
Dec 6, 2010
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If you have been diagnosed with prostatitis, please tell us your story: age, duration of symptoms, treatments, results, and the like.
Symptoms last since 2005, appeared after a head surgery. Treatements : cipro for months, bactrim for months, AINS for months... still suffering and getting worse

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At 9:59am on December 6, 2010, Arnon Krongrad, MD said…
Hi Clairvoyant,

Welcome.

How is the head surgery related? What was the surgery for: Tumor, trauma?
Did you have a catheter at the time?

Arnon

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