having suffered chronic prostatitis and doing 7 months of urology research and reading countless failure and success stories...I will put in my 2 cents
First off to the guy stated use nitrofurantoin and flagyl. neither of those medications can penetrate
the prostate. nitrofurantoin may do wonders for an e coli UTI but as stated it can not enter the prostate gland neither can amoxicillin many of these drug names being thrown out can not be used for prostatitis.
onto enterococcus faecalis which is a very strong infection. a man on a forum actually took 6 antibiotics prescribed by his doctor over a 10 month period. sensitivity testing was done in a laboratory...the enterococcus faecalis of this patient was found to be susceptible to many drugs they were all tried and all failed. as a last ditch effort avelox was used avelox is only used when all other drugs fail. avelox is used in hospitals to treat deadly infections that kill people. it is the strongest antibiotic pill that is available. and it is very expensive... avelox was prescribed to said patient for 6 weeks. patient said all prostatitis symptoms were completely gone in 2 weeks
and you can't cure bacterial infections with herbs
and vitamins .. that is just dumb people.. broccoli treatment ? lets apply the non sense to a man dying of pneumoniae..do you think some herbs and broccoli are going to get rid of his pneumoniae ? of course not don't be asinine. by the way pneumoniae bacteria also causes prostatitis it's called klebsiella pneumoniae...
some advice for sufferers ..get a 3 glass urine test done.
cephalosporin antibiotics work wonders for prostatitis but doctors generally only use cipro, doxy, sulfa etc..by the way doxycycline is usually only successful on STD prostatitis caused by organisms such as chlamydia and gonorrhea.. doxycyclineis is usually not effective at killing the different strinas of bacteria found in the prostate. example doxy only kills a couple of strains of Escherichia coli..and most strains of Escherichia coli are resistant to doxycycline and tetracycline antibiotics...
cephalexin covers almost all of the organisms and their particular strains that cause prostatitis accept with the exception of enterococcus faecalis...
if e coli or another organism is suspected that is non STD a 1 - 2 gram shot of Ceftriaxone should be given then 4 weeks of cephalexin prescribed. this would knock out 80% of the chronic prostatitis cases...
instead stupid doctors give 250 mg shots of Ceftriaxone which is not enough to amount to anything and then prescribe doxycycline. so basically you get a tiny shot that weakens said bacteria then it grows back immune when Ceftriaxone runs out and the doxy doesn't do squat. truth is most doctors have no clue how to treat prostatitis and very few urologists do either.... because they do not take the time to research and do case studies. I have done 7 months of research plus read clinical trial studies
I even had to tell my urologist how to treat my prostatitis when the bacteria was located because he wanted to give me an ineffective drug that would not have killed the organism
you have to do urology research and spend the time studying if you don't you will end up with prostatitis for life. I also ended up with an epididymitis infection when the prostatitis infection flowed backwards into the testicle.
and the whole time the doctors said it was all in my head.. what a bunch of quacks I tell ya..you should have seen that dumb ass urologists face when I tested positive for e coli prostatitis. I kept telling him just because the urinalysis is clean it does not mean I don't have a prostate infection. he of course wouldn't listen to me. in the end I had a 3 glass urine test done and proved his ass wrong and got an apology to
Hi superman my name is Mark is there anyway I could get in touch with you thru email or phone ? My email is [email protected]