Without a Diagnosis for Prostatitis, you're sailing with no wind..
The reasons for the inability to find exactly what is causing your Prostatitis Symptoms are many and varied:
- Family doctor or Specialist inexperience
- A lazy Doctor or one with an overloaded work schedule
- Testing limited to EPS and nothing more
- Short laboratory culture periods - as countries with Govt. paid medical schemes find it harder and harder to fund such programs, shortcuts are happening
- Medical Insurance programs which are limiting specialist visits or blanket-banning reimbursing costs for chronic conditions
- Running testing procedures into drug treatment periods - crazy!
- A general reluctance by the whole Western medical system to properly investigate cases of Prostatitis - some medical professionals see dealing with Prostatitis as "distasteful", others lament the lack of resources and avoid it.
Why is our 3D Prostatitis Treatment Clinic different to any other?
Why is our detection/diagnosis system successful?
We are testing for a more complex environment.. All the following are considered: prostatitis, enlarged prostate, chronic prostatitis, prostate calcification, prostate infection, prostate blockage, spermatocystis, epididymitis, sexually transmitted disease, chronic pelvic pain syndrome CPPS, Chlamydia, genitourinary infection, and pathogen identification.
Methods of Testing For Chronic Prostatitis
- Prostate Massage: Prostate massage takes skill and experience, only gained by having carried it out thousands of times. By contrast, your family Doctor's technique is liable to be insufficient enough to generate a good specimen for analysis.
- Digital Rectal Examination (DRE) is used to confirm prostate size, prostate quality, existence of sclerosis and prostate stones, prostate blockage and prostate calcification.
- Look closely at the main indicators of the Expressed Prostatitic Secretions (EPS) results: Usually with Prostatitis the quantity of white blood cells (WBC) is increased and lecithin is reduced (infertility). Normal WBC levels should be less than 10/HP and normal Lecithin levels should be above 75%.
- Further EPS results with cultures for pathogens: Each infection has its special set of causative pathogens and these include: Staphylococcus Aureus, Gonococcus, Hemolytic Streptococcus, Bacterium Aeruginosum, Corynebacterium, Escherichia Coli, Proteus, Trichomonas, Klebsiella, Tubercle Bacillus, Enterococcus, Chlamydia, Mycoplasma, Ureaplasma and numerous other viruses and fungi.
- Blood Tests
- Ultrasound: Here, pathogen infections can be commonly indicated by an enlarged prostate, shadows, uneven echoes, prostate calcification, enlarged seminal vesicles, prostate stones, cysts and other abnormalities.
- Urine tests are not valid or reliable for pathogen testing and identification. In many cases, a prostatitis patient’s urine will show nothing abnormal. However, a Western Doctor will often use a urine test as their principal diagnostic decider.
Exhaustive, experienced testing for pathogen identification is absolutely critical for achieving a Prostatitis/PID/Infertility cure.
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