Chronic Prostatitis

Submitted by Markus on Fri, 2010-07-23 21:04
Has anybody used the protocol for chronic prostatitis? Would be very happy about any experiences so far.  I would also like ask whether Chlamydia Trachomatis has the same life cycle as Chlamydia Pneumonia?

Welcome, Markus

Some answers may lie in the information at the top of the page of this site.  And others who can answer that particular one may come and share their knowledge.  But, there is much to be gained from reading the Getting Started and about the supplements.


3/9 Symptoms returning. Began 5 abx protocol 5/9 Rifampin 600, Amox 1000, Doxy 200, MWF Azith 250, flagyl 1000 daily. Began Sept 04 PPMS EDSS 6.7 Now good days EDSS 1 Mind, like parachute, work only when open. Charlie Chan  In for the duration.&am

Regarding prostatitis ~ My nephew had chronic prostatitis and was on doxy for several months which seemed to get rid of it..but supposedly it was not complicated  with chlamydia.  Prior to that, other types of antibiotic did not help him, despite the fact that they were the abx usually used to treat prostatitis.

 Someone I know treats all three forms of chlamydia and has said that all three forms are treated the same way and for the same length of time....there is no chlamydia which responds to just one short course of antibitotics, unless you just conttracted it, like with Lyme and the bullseye rash.  then, only some respond to a one week course of a single antibiotic (azith).


Thank you for this. I have started with the protocol and find the impact astonishing. The effects are very much what can be found on this site. I did also some research on the web and that has confirmed your comments. Probably, it will be a long way to get cured but at least there is now a chance to see better times in the future and every comment will help and support me on this journey. Many thanks to you. Markus

There are some doctors who inject antibiotics directly into the prostate to treat chronic prostatitis. The website of one of them is here. The argument for injections is that much higher concentrations of antibiotics can be achieved that way.

Thank you for this comment.

I must say I would not consider this option as many complications are mentioned on the web and the success of such measures is not guaranteed. It is possible that the problem is enhanced through direct injections.

I rather wait for the results achieved with the protocol of this webpage. 


Markus, My husband years ago had epididymitis (1990) which turned into RA. He has been in so called remission since 96 with the use of standard RA drugs. 2 years ago he developed chronic prostate problems, when he went to the urologist he was told he had an infection and was put on cipro for 6 weeks and it went away only to return shortly after abx was pulled. The urologist then stated it wasn't ever an infection. My husband thought he was nuts backtracking like that. I convinced my husband to start this protocol however the dr. that he was seeing was a llmd and put him on levaquin and he had signifigant herx reaction (pain) in his prostate. He was too stubburn to stick with the program because he says that it didn't bother him that much. I can only nag so much. His titres for cpn were elevated for both igg and igm . So to answer you question yes cpn can cause this.

200mg doxy daily, 500 zithromax mwf,flagyl 1000 m-fri.rifampin 2x daily,chloestryramine 2x daily

Thank you for this valid comment. I have to add that even so I do not have the certainty to have cpn I assume it is the case. The treatment has helped already even so it has not yet completely resolved it. I am treating the disease for about 10 days now. That is short in comparison to what will probably be required. According to the information on this site, your husband should use a multiple drug regime as even Levaquin cannot address the whole life cycle of cpn. He should address the prostate problem immediately. I find it a very big burden in any imagineable way.