Trigger point pain is gone, CPPS Symptoms continue

Exercises, stretches, relaxation methods, intra-rectal massage, anti-anxiety meds
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Trigger point pain is gone, CPPS Symptoms continue

Post by coldsteel » Wed Jul 03, 2013 11:00 pm

I am a fairly recent graduate of the Wise-Anderson clinic, about 8 months ago. Working several hours almost daily I worked out all the external trigge...login to view the rest of this post
Age:28 | Onset Age:16 | Symptoms: burning pain extending from base of scrotum to tip of penis, Bladder Urgency/frequency (4-5 times daily), depressive feelings but no nocturia, or sex related Sx's. Work up by 3 different urologists. Tried every treatment known to man: Wise/Anderson book and clinic, cognitive therapy, PT, Posterior Tibial Nerve Stimulation (PTNS), plus Prosta-Q, Quercetin, (3) antibiotics, Vesicare, Uroxatrol, Elimiron, SSRI's, Effexor, Valium, Celebrex, Motrin, etc. | Helped By: Well, I wish I could say something has helped me, long term ...but it hasn't. Exercise helps short term-I feel better after running 15-20 min, hot baths give me some short term relief.| Worsened By: "Stress" may play a role, however my symptoms are cyclic , some days I feel ok, other days I feel really lousy | Other comments:

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