GARYS wrote:Hey SS, I am happy to hear you made it there and things went well!! Theres only 2 things holding me back from going. The $$$ but I would borrow from everyone I know to do it (so I guess thats not whats really holding me back). What really is is that I could handle one treatment but from past experiences I had horrible urethral burning afterwards for weeks, so I don't know how I could possibly handle several treatments in a short time. I also read that you seen others who couldn't find any TPs but he did. I saw Rhonda Katarinos who is a pretty big name in all of this and the only thing she told me was that my pelvic floor was tight. The only other big thing is the huge, unbearable possibility that I would do what I had to do to get the treatment out there and they would tell me SORRY we can't find anything wrong. I have been through sooo many painful tests that at the end I was told everything is normal. I think I would have to go into a mental hospital if this happened.
Very happy to hear your story and thanks for sharing it w/ us!!
I told my wife the same thing, what if this doesnt work, then what? Her answer, then you have tried everything and can quit wondering what if, and can then look in a direction different than the muscular theory. However, in my heart of hearts I knew it was muscular and that this would help.
At the clinic you are taught to look at your thinking. I am a big catastrophic thinker when it comes to me personally. However, when it comes to other people I always look for the bright side. My wife just went for what the doc thought was a cyst in her breast, and her gg died of breast cancer, but I remained very optimistic about the whole thing. She was fine, now if it were me in the same shoes I would have been expecting the worst. I have to change this, and accepting that the Wise-Anderson Protocol will work, and has already been positive, is a big step.
It took me 3.5 yrs to say enough is enough I need to go and see for myself.
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