Fedup34;48963 wrote: I’m new to this forum, but I’ve been battling prostatitis for a year now, been on antibiotics off and on for about a year, fed up with Dr’s and their attitudes, when you are reaching out for help, begging someone to assist you in finding out what is wrong with you, and they look at you and say there’s nothing else we can do, it is not caused by a bacterial infection, you’re on your own.
I’ve been to several Dr’s and 3 urologists, with no help, I’m in debt now thousands of dollars and am back where I started from. I’ve been doing my own research online taking everybody else’s symptoms and stories in to consideration for my own treatment, until I came upon a website about Candida, and I had all the symptoms listed on that page that would suggest that I had a bad candida overgrowth and it had gotten into my prostate.
I asked my DR. if it was possible for Candida to get into the prostate, if my wife had recently had a really bad yeast infection, and he said no, absolutely not.
But I think he is wrong, I found a website that talks about changing your diet and how drinking baking soda and molasses can help kill off Candida, and I’ve totally revamped my diet, eating only fruits and veggies, along with some nuts and berries… That helped some, but I would still get flare ups, I then found a website talking about sassafras root tea helped their symptoms, I tried that and it did help my symptoms, but the flare ups would always come back, I tried the broccoli diet suggested by several people and that worked to mask the symptoms but never treated the root cause, because I wasn’t aware of what the root cause was.
My symptoms ranged from at first chills, dizziness, and fogginess, unable to focus on anything, constant urination at night pain when I would urinate, or ejaculate, and it got to where I was unable to work for about two weeks at a time, I had sugar spikes with my diabetes, and my heart would race when I stood up all of the time.
I’ve been drinking baking soda with molasses now for a week, and I had a really bad day yesterday, I’m thinking it was a die off day cause today I feel great, no pain in the prostate, or kidneys or abdomen, I took my diabetes medicine, and my sugar bottomed out at 60 when it normally had been running high after a meal, I to think that my diabetes was caused by my Candida infection. (But that will be determined over some time).
Anyways, I hate to ramble on, but I truly feel like my prostatitis was caused by my Candida overgrowth and these DR’s now days are so out for the mighty dollar that they don’t care if they cure you they only care about the money you will spend coming in begging for relief…
I hope my story helps others that are suffering with this nasty condition.
You need proper medical care man.! Don’t give up.! Yes, candida cause prostatitis and contrary to what your ignorant Dr said, it happens many times. It is well documented and easy to diagnose with a semen microscopic analysis. You will need a long term systemic antifungal therapy with the right dosage. Let say 5 or 6 months taking Diflucan 200 mg a day or probably more according to your response. You need to add a synergistic substance that works together with Fluconazole. I think about Lactoferrin and Ibuprofen. Ibuprofen is really important because it blocks the acquired resistance candida develops to the azole drugs. It means that candida can not acquires resistance taking Fluconazole and Ibuprofen together.
You also need to treat your intestines with a non-systemic drug such as Nystatin. Treating the intestines is vital to re-gain immune competence to the yeast. Your immune system plays a big role controlling yeast infections, but the same yeast, one time it sets the infection, is responsible for the chronic immune suppression state that doesn’t allow you to heal.
I am sure if you follow this guidance you will cure your fungal prostatitis and this syndrome.
A diet and immune support supplements including probiotics are important.
I mentioned a possible antifungal combination but may be another one using Itraconazole, Ketoconazole, etc.
It has to be determined by your Dr according to response. Please, don’t waste your time and money using natural substances since they can not offer you a solution to your problem. A fungal prostatitis needs Rx systemic antifungals.
I hope it helps you.!