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Acute and chronic prostatitis discussion. Arnon Krongrad, MD, moderator.
Peter - in your case, if you have persistent bacteria in your urogenital track, confirmed by cultures, you may try a vaccine available in Europe - e.g. StroVac - 3 injections. This vaccine consists of E.Coli, Enterococcus faecalis and few other common pathogens, it's on prescription. There is an over-the-counter drug in Czech Rep. called Urivac as an alternative. I provided more info on both here (just look through the entire thread) http://prostatitis.ning.com/forum/topics/my-intro-and-some-questions?x=1&id=2201951%3ATopic%3A4383&page=5#comments
Talk to a good immunologist, I am sure he will not have anything against this method if you still have bacteria.
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