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How the Chronic Prostatitis Network can help you

The more you read about your condition, and the more informed you are, the greater your chances of recovering from chronic prostatitis / chronic pelvic pain syndrome. Knowledge is strength. Many doctors and urologists are hopelessly misinformed about our condition, so it’s up to you to find out the best strategies for curing yourself. Go carefully through this website and join our forum. Whatever questions you have, you’ll find them already asked, and answered, on the forum.

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New Concepts

If you have chronic pelvic pain or a diagnosis of prostatitis or interstitial cystitis, start by learning about the latest concepts in this field. 

Not an Infection

A landmark study found that both normal men and pelvic pain patients had equal counts of similar bacteria colonizing their prostates…


Urologists admit that antibiotics are not the appropriate treatment for prostatitis (CP/CPPS), but many prescribe them to satisfy patient demand …

MAPP Network uncovering the secrets of Urologic Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome

The Chronic Prostatitis Network is supportive of the work done by the MAPP Network. The Multidisciplinary Approach to the Study of Chronic Pelvic Pain (MAPP) Research Network has been working diligently to produce a range of research that’s changing what we know about Urologic Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (UCPPS). The MAPP Research Network embraces a systemic (or whole–body) approach in the study of UCPPS. UCPPS is a term adopted by the network to encompass both IC/BPS and CP/CPPS, which are proposed as related based on their similar symptom profiles. In addition to moving beyond traditional bladder– and prostate-specific research directions, MAPP Network scientists are investigating potential relationships between UCPPS and other chronic conditions that are sometimes seen in IC/PBS and CP/CPPS patients, such as irritable bowel syndrome, fibromyalgia, and chronic fatigue syndrome.

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Confusing names: UCPPS, CP/CPPS, IC/BPS, Prostatitis Cat IIIb etc

This condition has a myriad of names, and it can become confusing. The table below may help to make sense of it

CP/CPPSChronic Prostatitis/Chronic Pelvic Pain SyndromeY
CPPSChronic Pelvic Pain SyndromeY
IC/PBSInterstitial Cystitis/Painful Bladder SyndromeN
IC/BPSInterstitial Cystitis/Bladder Pain SyndromeY
ProstatodyniaLatinate term meaning ‘prostate pain’N
Chronic Non-bacterial ProstatitisAs opposed to Chronic Bacterial ProstatitisN
CP/CPPS Cat IIIaCategory IIIa or IIIb depends on pus cells in semen, EPS, urineY
CP/CPPS Cat IIIbThe distinction is not very useful for diagnosis or treatmentY
Levator Ani SyndromeThe levator ani is a set of muscles at the base of the pelvisY
Chronic ProstatitisBecoming outdated as researchers discover the prostate is a bit player in CPPSY
UCPPSUrologic CPPS, covers all of the above. Gaining acceptanceY

Feedback from our Forum Members

I started with Prosta-Q, twice per day, and had relief after a few months, I took it for 3 months then switched to Q-Urol for 2 months twice a day, now I just went to 1 per day. My bladder issues are totally gone… Have faith, I never thought I’d get to this stage!!

ChewyDog, Forum Member

I just donated to your Chronic Prostatitis Network pelvic-pain forum. You do a magnificent job with the forum! It’s truly a lifesaver. I’m most appreciative of your efforts. Best wishes

HuckFinn (email), Forum Member

I really mean it when I say that your forum is a lifesaver. It was through your forum that I first learned about the Wise-Anderson Protocol for CPPS, and that knowledge made all the difference. So thanks for all your great efforts with the forum. You’re helping a lot of people

Mike (email) , Forum Member

I noticed that many sites advertised something called Prosta-Q. … picked up 120 tabs and thought I’ll give it a go. to be honest I’m GLAD I did. …I’ve found since taking one of those each morning it got me to my 95% stage. I now no longer feel the need to do internal trigger point therapy and just continue with my stretches and external massage

Vengeanz, Forum Member

Throw out the antibiotics and try these….


Q-Urol for prostatitis

Buy 1 get 1 FREE! Remember, use code 50UROL18. There is no better anti-prostatitis medication on the market, period. Q-UROL offers all of the benefits of Prosta-Q, but with time release technology and extra strength anti-inflammatory power. Published studies prove that both quercetin and pollen extract (also known as cernilton) calm CPPS symptoms. The combination is very effective for the majority of patients, and has been shown in published urological studies to help maintain prostate health and specifically target pelvic or genital discomfort.


BP-Qmax for prostatitis and BPH

Buy 1 get 1 FREE! Remember, use code 50QMAX19. BPH and Prostatitis share many symptoms. The proprietary blend of clinically proven all-natural ingredients found in BP-Qmax was developed in collaboration with leading urologists at major medical centers to assist men with prostate and urinary health issues and provide support for those seeking powerful, but natural, prostate health support. Contains optimum amounts of Beta-Sitosterol, Saw Palmetto, Flower Pollen and enzymes, as studied by academic urologists. Reduce nighttime urination and sleep through the night with BP-QMax™

TriverexMD and Trinoboost

trinoboost and triverex for libido repair

Buy 1 get 1 FREE! Remember, use code 30TRIN456. Trinoboost increases levels of nitric oxide (NO), vital for erections. TriverexMD contains Panax Ginseng, which has extensive clinical evidence (7 human clinical studies) proving effective for boosting male sexual health, especially erectile dysfunction. Try these natural remedies and avoid harmful ED drugs.


Multiright acide free vitamins

Buy 1 get 1 FREE! Remember, use code 2Multi3295. MultiRight is the only pH neutral, low acid multivitamin which means that it’s more bladder friendly than ever!  Most multivitamins are acidic (usually because of the cheap form of Vitamin C they contain) and can burn inflamed bladders, prostates and urethras. This product won’t do that. Kill the burn now!

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