Any natural prostate ways

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I have a prostate infection I recently been diagnosed with. I haven't started the antibiotics he gave me because everywhere I read they just seem horrible. Basically chemo in a pill as some people say. And even after taking these floxacin antis most people still have reoccurring problems. Is there not a natural way of healing this? I've read online oregano oil and olive leaf extract can? Has anyone tried these. Everything I read about them seems amazing. Just wondering if anyone has tried this or done an all natural way. I'm only 30 and really want my normal life  back. Not a lifetime infection with flox poisoning added in with it.

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    Justin,

    You are probably going to have to use some antibiotic. Ask your doctor if you can try Bactrim or Septa first . Good luck!

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    Justin,

    I know exactly which one your talking about ciprofloxacin. I think I've taking it before with no side effects. About 6 months ago I thought I had another infection in the prostate and that's what they gave me. I just happen to stubble on a story about that horrible side effects and I just happen to look at mine. I didn't take it. I recently had a sinus infection and they gave me levofloxacin and read up on it and it doesn't have the same harsh warnings as ciproflaxacin and says it helps for prostate infections. A more natural way that I have done is prostate massage. It has helped me through my years of bph problems. I believe it really helps. Read up on it. Hope this helps and good luck

    Jim

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      No antibiotics with the suffix floxacin  are safe.They all contain fluoride which should never be put in medicine or water.
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