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 Prostatitis from Early 1900's, Injection Therapy 
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Post Prostatitis from Early 1900's, Injection Therapy
A while back I came across an article in an online medical journal about a field medic during WW1 that successfully treated a soldier who had prostatitis. Supposedly the medic used a one time injection of a certain chemical substance which resulted in symptoms being completely gone within a couple of days. I absolutely cannot remember what drug he was using and can't seem to find the article any longer.

Has anyone here come across something like that via google searches?

Anyway, if I remember correctly, some users were asking what would happen if this injection was given now. Needless to say, a few posters said that injecting this material into the gluteal muscles would result in tissue necrosis. However, nothing in the journal article seemed to mention anything about that.

Just curious to see if anyone else has come across this in their research, please let me know.


Fri Aug 21, 2015 12:33 pm
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