Back pain and prostatitis, why it seems last to go

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I've had chronic prostatitis for 9 weeks and it has been dreadful, the urine and penis pain disappeared first but was still getting anal pain and perineum pain along with pubic bone and lower back, now anal and perineum have gone but the other two are persisting, the back ache is driving me mad , anyone else experienced this

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    add mine 14 week just left with anal pain
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    Hi,

     I have been dealing with non bacterial prostatitis for 10 years. I have tried everything and had more fingers up my ass then I wish to say. PT, urologist, natural herbs by the dozens, Soundwave therapy, cipro, flomax flexaril, and could get minimal relief. My urinary track felt like hot battery acid was running through it, penal pain, lower back pain, and the only thing that would help was a heating pad and ice packs.... I made an appointment with a chiropractor after reading your post and sure enough my left SI joint had dropped by 2 inches throwing my pelvic floor into spasms causing my prostate to inflame causing a living Hell! He got me back in line and I almost instantly felt better. Now 24 hrs latter and 95% are gone!!! I was treating the symptoms not the problem and I had to find the solution on my own. I am a 44 health active male on TRT with an incredible sex drive. This has been a long and difficult road but  it's over. Anyone with pelvic issues needs to get xrays and take them to a chiropractor

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    Rectal pain seems never to disappear.

    Ia there anyone who can say how long it has lasted for him and why is so difficult to remove?

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