Jackie bates 2012-08-12 02:04:12
Ok, I haven’t posted on any of these groups, but I have read almost
everthing I could find on Prostatitis. It’s funny, or should I say it isn’t
funny how quick this problem will get you looking for a cure. I have never
been so depressed and crippled from someting in my life. It just kept going
like the enegizer bunny.
Anyway, I tried all the doctors and got all the meds. Flowmax helped some,
but didn’t like shooting blanks, or back firing. Avadart just sounded evil.
So here is what I did and it took six months to get anywere close to normal.
I started taking 500mg of Quercetin twice a day and also double dose of the
GNS prostate formula with a mixture of drugs. I started drinking a lot more
water, and eating lots of fiber. It was slow as h***, but I am almost back
So, has others had this experiance and should I expect this to be a problem
that is going to come back in a year or so? My wife and I are almost afraid
to feel good about anything for fear it will come back. It was awful to
hurt all the time.
Bbgator 2012-08-12 02:04:15
this group is full of skeptics and non believers who think that some
somebody will post a magic cure. ain’t going to happen.
i don’t doubt what you say at all.
i can tell you for an absolute fact that diet the the culprit for cp
it is a slow and tedious process to eliminate the symptoms of cp.
if anybody with cp symptoms changes their diet for just a few weeks
they will notice an improvement
eliminate fried food
eat less bread and more fruits
don’t drink carbonated beverages
take digestive enzymes
stay away from grains like oats.barley,rye
it will take e few weeks to feel better.
Jackie bates 2012-08-14 14:26:14
Dang, I better scrath the oatmeal off my morning diet? I did quit red meat
wich you didn’t mention. I never was big on fried foods, but I love them
french fries. I will add your item to my do not eat list and see if that
makes things even better. Thanks.
Myasshurts 2012-08-14 14:26:22
here is a typical cp diet menu
yogurt with blueberries or strawberries
toasted pita bread with butter or jelly
cantaloupe or honeydew melon
roastbeef on pita or turkey or ham
barbeque chicken,turkey or ham
snacks should only be peanut butter on celery
in a couple of months your cp will be just a memory
Jackie bates 2012-08-14 14:26:24
Thanks, I will alter my diet a little more and see if there is improvement.
I’m starting to get that pain in the a** symptom again.
Jackie bates 2012-08-14 14:26:26
I picked up most of the stuff you had on the list. I got some Digestive
Advantage to take once a day. Lots of those little Dole fruit cups. Makes
a good nack. Did it need to be fresh fruit?
Also, what is wrong with things like lettuce? I think I read that I should
avoid it as well. Is there a standard like avoid starch, fat, or items like
Anonymous 2012-08-14 14:27:04
Jackie Bates said
Listen to all the people you can find.
Listen to bbgate, taterbug, or whatever he’s calling himself these days
with skepticism. You’ll note in this thread he is posting under my name
“myasshurts” as well as his own. (Look at the IP addresses)
I’ve caught him in the past posting a question and an answer in the same
thread – but under different names. I suppose he is trying to raise his
legitimacy in the eyes of others.
I’m not telling you his suggestion aren’t valid. They very well may be.
However, just be skeptical.
For the record, I’ve found the most relief by sitting on either pillow
with a hole (exactly where the pain is) or on two books, one on each
cheek. My sypmtoms are MUCH more manageble this way.
I sincerely hope you find some relief. I you do, please post.
Jackie bates 2012-08-14 14:27:06
Thanks….. I sure will.
Myasshurts 2012-08-14 14:27:08
well, well, well, my a** hurts,what do you want a gold medal or a
chest to pin it on?
you sly devil.
what in the h*** is there to be skeptical about a frigging diet.
you need to worry a lot less about me and a lot more about taking
care of your
of your aching a**. i thought you were a bag of s***, now i know it.
Jackie bates 2012-08-14 14:27:11
Am I missing something here? Hey, I don’t care what name anyone is using or
even if they talk to themselves. I have a brain and what can it hurt to
listen and put what works into use. I was glad to get more information
about what types of food was in these diets. On the other hand. Sitting on
a pillow or books isn’t the answer I want. That is unacceptable. One thing
I have figured out and that is not to get worked up about anything. Forget
the diet, if you stress out about stuff you both will be sitting on pillows
for a long time. I believe that stress was a major trigger in my case
combined with a poor diet. I have done my best to correct both and I have
seen a lot of progress. I can tell you that a major stress attack will
bring on an attack that lasts for weeks no matter what you eat. I’m sure
this isn’t true for everyone, but it has been for me.
So, I am grateful for the warning and grateful for the diet information.
Nc 2012-08-14 14:27:13
The bottom line is that the people who come here looking for help will get
all kinds of advice, some good, some bad. You have to decide for yourself
what advice to follow. The people who come here don’t have one problem but
one of many problems that all get lumped under prostatitis. What works for
one will be useless for another. There is no one simple answer. And there is
no one forum that can give you all the answers. Do your own research and
decide on what works for you.
Myasshurts 2012-08-14 14:27:20
Jackie Bates said
Can you provide some diet advice? I’d be interested. I’m always open to
The real mah