Prostatitis damned brick hitting me on the head … When I was diagnosed with prostatitis I didn’t know what to do. It was like a damned brick falling and hitting me on the head. Thankfully I didn’t have an acute prostatitis, I was diagnosed with a non bacterial chronic prostatitis which apart from the fever and obvious infection dangers is the same thing and can lead to a lot of unpleasant complications. Now I consider myself a pretty healthy man in my 40s but it still got me. I did a lot of reading on the subject and turns out that prostatitis might be the next damned plague. No one knows exactly where it comes from and how to fix it. It changes man’s body causing impotence and infertility – imagine that a world is full of infertile men. That is going to be the end and this is not to mention other uncomfortable symptoms like always wanting to take a leak and burning sensations and pain while having sex. All of this sounds and feels horrible. I was lucky that my doctor is an open minded man and he pays attention to what’s going on in the medical battle fields across the world. He showed me the Dr. Erector site where they sell a device, electric stimulator used to treat different forms of prostatitis. He told me that I should give it a try and see where it takes me. So I did. This thing is not expensive, hell it costs less then my co pay for a doctor’s visit. When came in the mail I took it to my urologist and he helped me figure out how to use it. It can be a little uncomfortable but once you get a hang of it, feels all right. I did a complete therapy course which lasted about 2 months and then went for a prostate examination. The prostatitis went away. My prostate gland is back to its normal size and functions properly. Overall I feel better and not having to take a piss every 5 seconds is a huge relief. I also noticed an improvement in my sex life as I can go longer and my erection is better. The prostatitis is a pretty mysterious thing and it can come back, no one knows why. So it’s a good idea to keep this device handy in case symptoms start to come back, but for now Dr Erector did a great job and I’m thankful.
Published on Oct 30, 2008