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This is not prostatitis which most doctors would tell you. It's actually interstitial cystitis and pelvic floor dysfunction. Once your whole urinary tract gets infected, including your prostate, but also your bladder and urethra since it obviously leads to the prostate and the bladder is just above the prostate, then a bacteria can embed itself and antibiotics are no use. Also your pelvic floor supports all these organs with two layers of muscles. I had to urinate too all the time and it drove me up the wall and nearly made me completely suicidal as I could no longer function anymore as I had a good career and everything before. It came to the point where I had surgery. It's called Interstim, a pacemaker for the bladder and your lower urinary tract as well including the muscles in your pelvic floor. It controls them through mild electrical impulses through a device in your lower back that sends signals back and forth from all these nerves to your brain vica versa so you urinate properly again and start living a normal, happy life again. I know that you are absolutely miserable. Honestly, I didn't care about the pain which the device also took away but was mostly concerned with the urge to urinate since it is a very essential basic function and can be devastating when it no longer works right. The urologists will try all sorts of other methods like injections, physical therapy, and others which I did in these years to no avail. My honest opinion is that when you have symptoms like these then this surgery is the only way to go instead of continuing to suffer. It's called Interstim by Medtronic, you can message me about it. Have a great holiday friend.
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