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No difference between drug and placebo in treating chronic prostatitis

Published: April 03, 2009

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Stefen
December 28, 2017

good post. I have suffering from chronic pelvic pain syndrome for a long time, and have eaten so long time low-does antibiotics to control my symptoms. And last season I tried herbal medicine diuretic and anti-inflammatory pills to treat my prostatitis, which has been shared by my friends. Here sharing to you guys, hope this help you out from chronic pelvic pain syndrome(CPPS) pain.

Julio
December 12, 2015

I recently lost over 60lbs and went from size 42 waist to a 34. Exercise was a huge fctoar, but I would have to say what we eat and when is a more crucial fctoar. I try to eat 5-6 smaller protein-rich meals with plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables. Also, I eat my biggest meal of the day in the morning and taper off with subsequent ones throughout the day. This helps get the metabolism going and keeps the appetite under control. Obese people often eat less than I do, except they skip breakfast, chug sugary sodas all day, snack on greasy carb-laden junk food and then gorge before dinner and up until bedtime. By doing that, you are essentially telling your body to store fats and metabolize foods at a slower rate.

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October 12, 2014

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