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Old 07-09-2016, 11:19 AM
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I have read some on prostatitis and still not sure that is my problem as my symptoms are that it starts as a bad pressure feeling and builds to a pain level of 8 or so, the pain/feeling seems to be in the area of the prostate and over the course of 10 - 20 minutes it subsides and goes away, I get these attacks every couple weeks (thank god not more). I had an ultrasound done a few years ago and it discovered "calcius" in the prostate, I have used some chleation suppositories and it may be helping some (hoping they will help pull the calcium out of the prostate) I am 56, don't need Viagra to perform and the orgasms still feel great, no pain, I am suffering somewhat from what i will call some BPH, and my alternative MD said this is prostatitis and always wants to treat with antibiotics???



Any help or ideas on what this is and ways to correct this will be appreciated.
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Old 07-11-2016, 07:21 AM
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Really? Calcium? Amazing that those things can be discovered without biopsy. If after a few years, this is still your problem, then cut back on vitamin D supplement and increase magnesium. VitD improves calcium use in the body, but sometimes it goes too far, putting calcium in places where it is not needed so much. Magnesium is a natural calcium channel blocker, an antagonist.

Other than that, I'm not at all familiar with prostatitis or its symptoms. We have a huge, giant, large thread that I'm not willing to go through. But maybe you could take some time to browse for a while.
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It seems that you have infected with prostate calcification. You can try a herbal medicine called diuretic and anti-inflammatory pill. It has function of anti-calcification. Hope it helps.
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Taking an effective magnesium and zinc supplements helps to break up these stones.
One caution is do not decrease you calcium intake even increase it. The calcium stones in your urinary system came from your bones and teeth your parathyroid in trying to correct the PH in the blood used the calcium from your bones and teeth. The stones are caused by a calcium deficiency and has nothing to do with what you ate. This will shock a lot of doctors but Google calcium stones in urine are caused by calcium deficiency.
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