Prostaritis then TURP afterwards

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Is it too late for a prostatitis sufferer who has had a Turp? I read so many letters on here from  prostatitis suffers, but none have had a Turp. I feel so awful. I don't know what to do. Had the Turp back in late 2009. Still been suffering with prostatitis since then, even a couple months befor then.

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    Is it possible that I had BPH + Prostatitis at the same time and that the TURP took away the BPH, but left the prostatitis behind. Had serious urinary symptoms. Flomax didn't work. Prostatitis mainly in perrenial area.   Steve 

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      You may need to go to a major medical center such as The Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN or Jacksonville, FL here in the States to get this properly diagnosed and treated.

      Neal

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      Wow! That's too bad. Well, keep trying with other centers, and recommendations until you find one who knows what they are doing. I know that is easier said than done, but it's the only thing that might help.

      Neal

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    I belong to another forum.  It's called Prault.  If you go there, someone may know of a way to help you.  I remember Larry Clapp, with his book: 90 Days to Cure Prostate Cancer.  There were suggestions as to how to help with prostatitis, with diet. The flaxseed oil, low fat cottage cheese diet, was a favorite of many.  Did you remove your silver fillings, in your mouth yet?  There is a direct correlation between mercury fillings and prostate issues. That may be part or all of your problem.  I would suggest getting Larry Clapp's book: 90 Days to Cure Prostate Cancer.  I believe you can get it at Amazon.  I sympathize with your discomfort.  It would drive me nuts!

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