Case Study 13 Paul With Prostatitis
Thanks for checking out this tutorial again.This is going to be another case study. This is a case study regarding a 27yearold male.I'm going to read a little bit from my book, and then I'll give some explanation and sometalk around the case a little bit. This is a guy called Paul, and Paul's a drummerin a leading New Zealand rock band. He came to see me several years ago complaining abouthis nighttime urination issues. He was getting up three to four times most nights to urinate.His other complaints included night sweats and stabbing pains in the groin, insomnia,gas and bloating, as well as depression. With no previous history of bladder or urinarysymptoms, I was rather intrigued and referred
him to an urologist friend of mine who foundno abnormalities. I suspected prostatitis and inflammation of the prostate. I also requesteda complete blood count and that came back normal. In fact, all of Paul's results werenormal. Yet he continued to complain of stabbing pains and night sweats.I started to question him about his relationships and discovered that the problem only startedafter he began a new relationship with a girlfriend about six months ago. I suspected Paul mighthave an STD, a sexually transmitted disease, but this was also ruled out after sendinghim to a sexual health where they repeated urine and blood tests and did a thorough physicalexamination. So I thought, quot;What the heck's
going on with this guy? There's somethingnot right here.quot; This led me to conclude that he had an undetectedyeast infection, which was affecting his prostate gland, and this is where the stabbing painsdown the inner thighs and the groin came from. After a return visit, I convinced Paul tohave his girlfriend visit a female friend of mine, and it was discovered thatshe had a serious vaginal yeast infection. My suspicions were correct. Paul had contracteda yeast infection through his girlfriend, and it traveled up his urethra and infectedhis prostate gland. These infections are more common than you may think. And if you're amale with unexplained pains that go into the
groin area or down the thigh, particularly,if you have any bloating or gas with that, sugar cravings, then you may have a yeastinfection. What I did with Paul is I started workingwith him with a strong antifungal product, very similar, but not quite as good as a productthat I've developed now. I've developed a product called Canxida antifungal, which isway better than what I've ever used in the past. Paul was also put on a very strict,no alcohol regime. A person who plays in a rock band is drinking usually a lot of alcohol,staying up late at night, and partying a lot with people. This kind of party lifestylecan lead also to not sleeping properly and
eating the wrong kind of foods during theday and spending too much time at nighttime doing what he does best, playing music.In this case, it makes a lot of sense for the practitioner not to give up easily withthe patient, but be relentless and try to find what the cause is. There's no doubt aboutit. What I often see in relationships is a person will pass a yeast infection from oneto another. It's very common for a woman to have a vaginal infection and pass it to amale, and then she may partially recover and he can pass it back to her again. If thereis a problem, both people should be checked out very carefully by the or a sexualhealth . And if it comes back as a yeast
infection, then I'd recommend you try my CandidaCrusher protocol. Also, don't forget to go to CandidaCrusher and do my online quiz,the world's best yeast infection quiz. It'll give you a score of mild, moderate or severe,and then you can start looking at good quality treatment.I hope this tutorial was of use to you today. If you've got or know anybody with these kindof pains, if you're a male or know a male with pain with ejaculation or just pain inthe groin region and it's all coming back normal or clear, it could be prostatitis.Thanks for tuning in.
My Vaginal Discharge Smells Like Vinegar
My vaginal discharge smells like vinegar. Discharge is normally a little acidic andsmells a little like vinegar. We'll just say the smell is bad enough tobe more than normal. Fortunately, the cause of that isn't asfishy as it sounds, I mean smells. It is a little fishy, yes, but I'm not usedto it smelling like this. If you were used to yeast infections, youeither have a depressed immune system or diabetes. I know out of control diabetes means highblood sugar. I didn't think it could cause too much yeast in my own body.
It could also be because you're pregnant.The immune system decreases in some regards while pregnant to not harm the baby, raisingthe odds of a yeast infection. I don't think I'm pregnant. If the vaginal discharge smells bad and lookslike curds, you have a yeast infection. It is also more likely if the itching is bad,skin is red and it hurts when you pee or have sex. If I had that many symptoms, I wouldn'tbe having sex. You could also have bacterial vaginosis.
Just what I need, a social disease. You could have thick discharge that smellsmore than usual due to bacterial overgrowth of the bacteria normally there and it isn'tclassified as a social disease. So how could I treat it? Don't douche like you might do, since thosecleansings actually worsen the normal bacterial balance. And you need yogurt That sounds like a fancy new age treatment,up there with herbs and lotions in my underwear. You eat the yogurt to help restore your body'sbacterial balance. There are some people who
do put yogurt up there, but it isn't recommended,though tea tree oil is. Drinking herbal teas is supposed to treateverything. What else can I do? Make sure you wipe front to back when youpoop so there isn't any bacteria making it from back to front. Any other ideas of what could be causing this? It could be something sexually transmitted,especially if the cervical mucus is yellow or green or streaked with blood. I suppose the blood would be from lesionsor sores.
Yes, and you'll want to see a forany social disease. And it can be mistaken for a yeast infection, since the itching,burning and so forth are similar unless someone actually looks at it. Which is pretty much impossible for me unlessI reach the next level in yoga. You can try over the counter yeast infectiontreatments and diet changes, but if you have more than four in a year or it resists treatment,you need to see a .