I read both sites. The fact a doctor could not find any infection and I know what sore muscles feel like due to my extensive athletic background, the SP approach was a no brainer. Sad, it took me a year to embrace it fully. I thought, eh, muscles, they will go back to normal eventually.
Anyways, I just can't understand why men would even consider paying someone 20K to inject the prostate gland, and yes, my pain was very bad at one time, and even then, no f'ing way.....in my opinion the prostate gland is the center of a mans sexual universe....sticking a needle in something that is already in pain makes no sense, now cancer--totally different topic.
Anyways, webslave you have much more energy than I. I can't bring myself to even go on that board and fight it. I dont know where you get your energy to help so many people....and this site truly does.
I've been feeling pretty damn good the last 4 weeks....I am even working out again....the SP just takes time....
Age:29 | Onset Age: 25.5 | Symptoms: Initially burning in prostate/perineum, burning in urethra, uncontrollable muscle contraction before urinating, dual ache in groin, left testicle pain, feeling of golf ball in rectum, soarness in rectum, and muscle spasms, now mainly very mild urinary tract inflammation, burning mildly after ejaculation, some days after physical activity involuntary mild muscle contraction before urinating | Helped By: .5 mg of Ativan, Aleve (naproxen), quercetin, alcohol in large quantities (vodka and soda), stretching, walking, internal massage the perineum area and levators. | Worsened By: sitting, weightraining, jogging, coffee, caffeine in general, alcohol bothered me at first, overdoing sex