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Ilia told me that my Prostate was not very bloggy and may be majority of my symptoms are muscular and he asked me to see him after 2 months in july

I have eaten doxycyline for 23 days for no improvement in symptoms at all

I am not sure what to do now.

Any suggestions as Ilia was my last hope :-(


Fri Jun 01, 2018 12:48 pm
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ankush0687 wrote:
Ilia told me that my Prostate was not very bloggy and may be majority of my symptoms are muscular and he asked me to see him after 2 months in july

I have eaten doxycyline for 23 days for no improvement in symptoms at all

I am not sure what to do now.

Any suggestions as Ilia was my last hope :-(


If your symptoms are muscular then physical theraphy treatment will help. Jessica Nargi is the one who has knowledge in dealing this type of condition. Google her name to get more info.


Sat Jun 02, 2018 4:29 am
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Thanks for the reply bro

Now I have eaten DOXI for 25 days and Azithro for 22 days and no improvement till now..

ILIA asked me to take Azithro for 15 days and if it does not benefit then go to a Phsiotherapist

Did Ilia ask you to go see a Physiotherapist

I am very very confused as I was really hoping for Antibiotics to work but :-(

Why did the results say Mycoplasma and now Ilia is asking me to go see a Phsiotherapist

Who will answer this question if it is muscular or infection

There is another antibiotic named moxifloxacin, has anyone tried that

Regards,
Ankush


Tue Jun 26, 2018 5:17 pm
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Yes...i tried moxi for 10 days...made my achilles very sore and i stopped. I have done 2 dna tests since and no myco so i guessed it worked. BUT my symptoms persist...
Ilia has never suggested physio for me.


Tue Jun 26, 2018 6:19 pm
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I just want to clarify this, is it physiotherapy or physical therapy that Ilia recommended you?
The reason why Ilia recommended it is because he probably thinks your symptoms are caused by both bacterial and non bacterial causes. This is true to some CP\CPPS sufferers. Every time he do a prostate massage he checks the pelvic muscle floor if it is tight due to pelvic muscle floor dysfunction, a PT can help with that issue. Another thing is after a long period of infection, it can leave a nerve damage too which again PT can help somehow. My infection lasted for less than a year but it still left me with a mild nerve damage. I'm 90-95% symptom free now. The remaining 5% is the nerve damage which causes a mild discomfort on my perineum and penis after masturbation but its goes away after few hours. He also recommended me to visit a PT but I haven't done it yet.


Thu Jun 28, 2018 2:42 am
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Hi Guys,

@Yakuh, Ilia asked me to go to Physiotherapy. He said that my Prostate was not boggy and when he pressed it there was no pain in Prostate.

He then said that "antibiotics will clear the infection but I think the majority of your symptoms are caused by muscles"

Now I have eaten antibiotics for 52 days and honestly my pain has not reduced a lot.

Infact my urethra is a bit irritated as it sometimes burns if I go to pee after a long time e.g. after 5 hours

Sometimes I also notice a very stick but clear discharge from tip of urethra

Did antibiotics irritate your bladder? Did it hurt when Ilia used to press your prostate? Have you ever got a clear discharge?

Regards,
Ankush


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Yes, there was some pain when he pressed prostate....i also had clear discharge that im pretty sure was prostate fluid. Sometimes in the morning and usually when i was avoiding ejaculation. I no longer avoid ejaculation and i dont get clear discharge anymore.


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You said the majority of your symptoms are caused by muscles so I think you should visit a good physiotherapist. Pelvic physiotherapy provides relief from pain and improves urine control. You can find good pelvic physiotherapy clinics in Toronto.

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Hi Guys,

Its been long that anyone posted here.. as previously discussed I have taken 1 month of doxi and 1 month of azithromycin without any benefit....

I am confused whether I should keep visiting Ilia as last time i saw him he said that 'Take ezithromycin for 15 days and if you get better take for 15 more days else go see a physiotherapist'

Although I feel muscle pain all the time and I saw a physiterist who said I have pain in Pubic Symphasis but sometime I feel that there is slight burning in my penis, it could be the same muscle pain and I am getting confused

Has anyone got any luck with moxifloxacin

Thanks and regards


Thu Aug 23, 2018 11:54 am
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Hi all:

I'm new to the forum, but am also a fellow (God forbid 19+ year) 49-yr-old sufferer in Toronto.

Many years ago, I visited Dr. Curtis Nickel in Kingston (the supposed guru in Canada), but his assistant was unable to get a prostatic fluid sample, and at that time they were in the midst of doing Cipro ABX studies (and I wasn't a good candidate, cause I had already been on Cipro w/o permanent success), and I was not impressed by the fact that Curtis spent only a few minutes with me after driving 2 hrs to get there and waiting to see him. Today, his clinic boasts an 80% cure rate, but I think this is dubious.

Recently, I tried Ilia Kaploun at the MSH Koffler Centre (tad cheaper than his private clinic but takes longer to get in). He's an ok guy once you get to know him, and genuinely wants to help. After spending $500 or so on the tests/ultrasounds, they detected calcification (stones) in the prostate and 2 common bacteria (I don't recall their names) and then 3 months of occasional prostate massage (massage, no, it's more like complete drainage and hurts) and several courses of multiple ABXs and a few supplements to improve penetration/efficacy later, and I was no better off than when I started (despite seeing a reduction in white puss cells in my prostatic fluid over that time). In fact, my condition MAY have gotten worse as a result of this arduous process. I was off work for 9mos (it took 3 mos just to get an appt w Illya - they try to turn you away once you've seen a rookie uro at MSH but I persisted), 3 mos of painful but bearable treatments, and 3 mos to recover. Came back to work for a few mos and now faced with needing to take a longer leave. Like others have said, Ilia recognizes that prostatitis may be caused by an infection, or by sore pelvic muscles near the prostate (albeit I speculate the reason you have sore pelvic muscles is because your prostate is infected and sits right in amongst them). Tried internal PT once but found they don't go anywhere near the prostate area where it hurts.

I've tried every supplement out there, broccoli water treatment, yada yada yada and nothing works. The only way I was able to get by for many years was extra strength enteric coated 650mg ASA (you can only get 325mg pills nowadays) a few times per day as needed to take the edge off, and sitting on an air-filled donut cushion. Sadly, that no longer works, and I went on Tylenol, then tried CBD oil (worked for several months). Now I'm considering regular use of Ultracet (occasional use doesn't help much).

I've heard it all when it comes to potential causes:

1) TMS - it's all in your mind, and caused by stress due to unconsious feelings of inferiority, etc. [No doubt stress makes this condition much worse, but not sure it is the root cause.]

2) OCD - I have severe OCD (fear of peeing/defecating in my pants or on furniture due to the pain in the perenium area; excessive hand-washing). Many CPPS/prostatitis sufferers have associated anxiety disorders (OCD, PTSD, IBS, etc.) that c/b the cause of their prolonged pain, long after the initial injury or infection has healed. [No doubt OCD makes the condition much worse and vice versa, so considering counselling for OCD. I'm able to better manage the OCD when I can get the pain level of prostatitis down to a bearable level.]

3) It's a bacterial infection [No doubt mine all started with a UTI, and I suspect the ABXs just aren't able to penetrate and/or get at all of these microgerms. Unclear whether calcification is a mere remnant of such recurring infections or helps to trap/protect this bacteria. The bacteria may in fact be viral or fungal (for which standard ABXs won't kill it). [I still believe this is the most likely answer, and that direct injections (preferably non-anal) are best, but many have mixed results from getting them and unclear whether it's safe. I sure don't want to go all the way to Dr. Song in China, and there are only a handful of less advanced uros doing injections in the US, and again travel time and cost is a big factor. Dr. Bahn in Cali does injections through the anal cavity but apparently Dr. Song avoids the anal cavity and associated risk of reinfection.]

4) It's a pelvic floor dysfunction [again, sure your pelvic muscles near the prosate are going to hurt... heck even others casue we all tend to unconciously "hold/protect" ourselves down there sometimes, but surely an infected prostate amidst said muscles may be the root cause. I tried Standford-Wise inspired exercise for a few days and gave up.]

5) It's an allergic reaction to gluten or something else [seems kinds dubious to me, but some have found success in avoiding wheat, etc. Personally, I have enough trouble avoiding alcohol, spicy food, and caffeine, so I really don't want to avoid wheat.]

6) It's caused by excessive uric acid [This shows some promise... I have had uric acid cause kidney stones and gout, but was able to control it by limiting salt intake. Nevertheless, uric acid c/b the cause of aggravation to my bladder/prostate, so I'm going to try a uric acid cleansing suppplement. Clinical trials of reducing uric acid had mixed results, so I am not optimistic.]

7) I'm sure there are a few other possible casues I've missed lol.


My condition has improved over the years a bit, but once stress hits (death in the family, etc.) I'm much worse. I used to mostly get pain after prolonged sitting, but now it's more constant pain. It sure w/b nice if the medical community would spend the research dollars to at least figure out what casues this damn disease let alone how to cure it. They say 5-10% of the male population suffers from this, or 3million American men, but that seems grossly exaggerated to me. Obviously the odds of having CPPS/prostatitis and another anxiety disorder is even more remote. I know of only one other case in Toronto of a fellow prostatitis/CPPS sufferer who also has identical OCD fears as mine. Someday, somebody is going to stumble on the cause and a cure; I just hope it's before I turn 90.


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Rocky007 wrote:
Hi all:

I'm new to the forum, but am also a fellow (God forbid 19+ year) 49-yr-old sufferer in Toronto.

Many years ago, I visited Dr. Curtis Nickel in Kingston (the supposed guru in Canada), but his assistant was unable to get a prostatic fluid sample, and at that time they were in the midst of doing Cipro ABX studies (and I wasn't a good candidate, cause I had already been on Cipro w/o permanent success), and I was not impressed by the fact that Curtis spent only a few minutes with me after driving 2 hrs to get there and waiting to see him. Today, his clinic boasts an 80% cure rate, but I think this is dubious.

Recently, I tried Ilia Kaploun at the MSH Koffler Centre (tad cheaper than his private clinic but takes longer to get in). He's an ok guy once you get to know him, and genuinely wants to help. After spending $500 or so on the tests/ultrasounds, they detected calcification (stones) in the prostate and 2 common bacteria (I don't recall their names) and then 3 months of occasional prostate massage (massage, no, it's more like complete drainage and hurts) and several courses of multiple ABXs and a few supplements to improve penetration/efficacy later, and I was no better off than when I started (despite seeing a reduction in white puss cells in my prostatic fluid over that time). In fact, my condition MAY have gotten worse as a result of this arduous process. I was off work for 9mos (it took 3 mos just to get an appt w Illya - they try to turn you away once you've seen a rookie uro at MSH but I persisted), 3 mos of painful but bearable treatments, and 3 mos to recover. Came back to work for a few mos and now faced with needing to take a longer leave. Like others have said, Ilia recognizes that prostatitis may be caused by an infection, or by sore pelvic muscles near the prostate (albeit I speculate the reason you have sore pelvic muscles is because your prostate is infected and sits right in amongst them). Tried internal PT once but found they don't go anywhere near the prostate area where it hurts.

I've tried every supplement out there, broccoli water treatment, yada yada yada and nothing works. The only way I was able to get by for many years was extra strength enteric coated 650mg ASA (you can only get 325mg pills nowadays) a few times per day as needed to take the edge off, and sitting on an air-filled donut cushion. Sadly, that no longer works, and I went on Tylenol, then tried CBD oil (worked for several months). Now I'm considering regular use of Ultracet (occasional use doesn't help much).

I've heard it all when it comes to potential causes:

1) TMS - it's all in your mind, and caused by stress due to unconsious feelings of inferiority, etc. [No doubt stress makes this condition much worse, but not sure it is the root cause.]

2) OCD - I have severe OCD (fear of peeing/defecating in my pants or on furniture due to the pain in the perenium area; excessive hand-washing). Many CPPS/prostatitis sufferers have associated anxiety disorders (OCD, PTSD, IBS, etc.) that c/b the cause of their prolonged pain, long after the initial injury or infection has healed. [No doubt OCD makes the condition much worse and vice versa, so considering counselling for OCD. I'm able to better manage the OCD when I can get the pain level of prostatitis down to a bearable level.]

3) It's a bacterial infection [No doubt mine all started with a UTI, and I suspect the ABXs just aren't able to penetrate and/or get at all of these microgerms. Unclear whether calcification is a mere remnant of such recurring infections or helps to trap/protect this bacteria. The bacteria may in fact be viral or fungal (for which standard ABXs won't kill it). [I still believe this is the most likely answer, and that direct injections (preferably non-anal) are best, but many have mixed results from getting them and unclear whether it's safe. I sure don't want to go all the way to Dr. Song in China, and there are only a handful of less advanced uros doing injections in the US, and again travel time and cost is a big factor. Dr. Bahn in Cali does injections through the anal cavity but apparently Dr. Song avoids the anal cavity and associated risk of reinfection.]

4) It's a pelvic floor dysfunction [again, sure your pelvic muscles near the prosate are going to hurt... heck even others casue we all tend to unconciously "hold/protect" ourselves down there sometimes, but surely an infected prostate amidst said muscles may be the root cause. I tried Standford-Wise inspired exercise for a few days and gave up.]

5) It's an allergic reaction to gluten or something else [seems kinds dubious to me, but some have found success in avoiding wheat, etc. Personally, I have enough trouble avoiding alcohol, spicy food, and caffeine, so I really don't want to avoid wheat.]

6) It's caused by excessive uric acid [This shows some promise... I have had uric acid cause kidney stones and gout, but was able to control it by limiting salt intake. Nevertheless, uric acid c/b the cause of aggravation to my bladder/prostate, so I'm going to try a uric acid cleansing suppplement. Clinical trials of reducing uric acid had mixed results, so I am not optimistic.]

7) I'm sure there are a few other possible casues I've missed lol.


My condition has improved over the years a bit, but once stress hits (death in the family, etc.) I'm much worse. I used to mostly get pain after prolonged sitting, but now it's more constant pain. It sure w/b nice if the medical community would spend the research dollars to at least figure out what casues this damn disease let alone how to cure it. They say 5-10% of the male population suffers from this, or 3million American men, but that seems grossly exaggerated to me. Obviously the odds of having CPPS/prostatitis and another anxiety disorder is even more remote. I know of only one other case in Toronto of a fellow prostatitis/CPPS sufferer who also has identical OCD fears as mine. Someday, somebody is going to stumble on the cause and a cure; I just hope it's before I turn 90.



Hi Rocky,

Thanks for sharing your story and most of us are in the same situation and have made compromises with our lives and the pain. Honestly I have forgotten how life was without pain. I have also consulted around 5 Urologist who all said there is no pain in my prostate and when I saw Ilia he said that my prostate is not at all boggy and any one who has done a DRE exam always said there is no pain in my prostate and its just the muscles around them.

When you get the DRE done and when your prostate is pressed, does it hurt or its like the normal pain that you always have ?

In my case when they press the prostate, it does not hurt at all but when they press the muscles around the prostate or infact muscles far away from prostate, it hurts like hell

infact my pain increases a lot if i jog after a long time.

Regards,
Ankush


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Thx for your insigths, and sorry for the belated response. That's a tough question. I think anyone even with a healthy prostate would experience some discomfort from a DRE, albeit in my case, when Ilia did the prostate drainage (full compression of the prostate to release the fluid) yes it hurt quite a bit. He also touched a few muscles around the prostate, and they hurt too. So my best guess is that the 3 month treatment of massage and anti-bios likely may have killed the bacterial infections, and that I'm now left with pain in the surrounding pelvic muscles, but that's just a guess. There doesn't seem to be any easy way to get at or stretch these pelvic muscles, and I doubt that stretch exercises or PT (they avoid the muscles around the prostate) will do much. I'm seriously considering alternative experimental treatments like pudendal nerve block injections (to suppress the pain in the perineum area), or prostate botox injections (to suppress the pain in the prostate). I'm really perplexed and disabled by this terrible disease, so any thoughts or comments about these cutting edge injection therapies w/b most appreciated.


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Lions Mane mushroom supplement eliminated the discomfort I had due to nerve damage which developed after a severe bacterial prostatitis. Can be ordered from Amazon. I started noticing the effect after 6 days of taking it. Been taking it for 6 weeks now.


Fri Apr 05, 2019 12:21 am
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Hi Guys,

Has anyone of you got any relief from trying anything ?

It might sound weird but I need to ask a question.

I have been noticing this since 2 years now in my stool pattern. In place of big chunks of stool, my stool comes as many small little chunks.

Has anyone of you noticed the same problem ?

Regards,
Ankush


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What are the costs for this clinic?


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Ilia operates out of a private clinic (Toronto Prostatitis clinic) and MSH Urology Prostatitis Clinic. If you want to get in quickly, opt for the private clinic, but they are more expensive. I opted to go to MSH, but it required visiting the MSH emergency ward, just to get to see a doctor in the clinic, who will likely do nothing, so you must insist to see Ilia. It'll take a few months just to see him. MSH charges $150 for initial consultation, and $40 thereafter for each visit. Ilia will also likely recommend (at your option) to pay $500 to get your prostatic fluid tested by a private lab he uses. The test will hopefully detect one or more bacterial infections, but does little to determine the type of anti-bios they give you, since they'll assume you have multiple bacterial infections and give you every conceivable anti-bio out there to treat them anyway. Yes, it was nice to finally confirm what I already knew all along that I had a bacterial infection, and this MAY be the only way Ilia will prescribe the anti-bios, but these meds are unlikely to rectify your pain if you've had the CPPS/prostatitis for a few years. The cost to see Ilia is manageable, albeit at some point you'll want to cut-off your visits unless he is helping you, otherwise you'll get stuck with $40 charges indefinitely say every month or few months, as he will insist on retaining you as a patient. I went for about 2 visits just to convince the student doctor to refer me to Ilia, and then about 8-10 treatment sessions with Ilia over the course of 2-3 months. I hope this info helps you.


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yakuh11 wrote:
Lions Mane mushroom supplement eliminated the discomfort I had due to nerve damage which developed after a severe bacterial prostatitis. Can be ordered from Amazon. I started noticing the effect after 6 days of taking it. Been taking it for 6 weeks now.


How's the Lions Mane mushroom working for you? Any particular brand? Cost?


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Just joined, wish I had k own of this forum before. My problem was actually brought on after kidney cancer surgery that left me with all main nerves in groin, extending into testicle and right side of penis in pain that is affected by touch. One year after the surgery I could no longer urinate more than a couple dribbles a day, three urologists told me to leave their office as it was just in my head. Out of desperation I found Ilya, one week later I was able to pee again. He is now 80.00 a session, but 3 years later I still drive 3 1/2 hours with nasty nerve pain to see my hero, when he does the DRE, it is pain that causes tears, I have tried more antibiotics then I thought existed, but continue because he is the only one of 18 doctors that has done anything, I even went to the toronto pain clinic, had 12 injections in my groin, penis and anis, i know he can't help everyone, but i think he is great , i can pee 3 times a day and usually empty 80%.


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Painforlife, thx for sharing your story! I'm glad Ilia was able to help with the urination issue, if not the pain. What type of injection was used (chemical? Pudendal nerve block?). I'm about to undergo a pudendal nerve block injection in the coming months at St. Mikes, so I'll post my results. Unfortunately these are temporary solution, but I'm hoping it is indeed the pudendal nerve that can be blocked to prevent the pain emanating from the prostate and surrounding pelvic muscles, and the perhaps it will trick the mind/body into breaking this pain loop. It's likely a longshot like every other treatment out there but worth a try. I'm surprised Ilia didn't mention or offer injection treatment to me, but many uros don't offer it.


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Ilya is not really big on the injections, his attitude is basically if you want give it a try. Three of the infections were the Prudential nerve, the other injections were the ilioguinal and iliohypogastic and the genitofemoral nerves which head up the penis, into the testis, and down into the leg, because I have the added nerve damage problem, the 12 needles in the groin, penis, and testis were too much all at the same time. If you are just having the Prudential nerve done, it might be great, I hope for the best for you. The only bad thing is it is only temporary. I haven't tried pelvic floor therapy yet, but my greatest relief has been laser therapy, find a good laser therapist that is not afraid of the area and let them go. I am 4 hours north of To, so I can only suggest calling bioflex office in mississauga and get them to recommend someone close to you. Ilya talks to me about the nerve problem but has run out of suggestions in that area, but he is great at keeping the prostatitis at a minimum. Hope I didn't discourage you, but so nice to share with a understanding brother. Monday I go to princes marg for a transrectal ultrasound and samples of the prostate, Ilya doesn't like the feel of my prostate and my psa is way high.


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Painforlife, good luck my friend! Yes, I realize the injections are only temporary, but I'm hoping that if I can even get a few months of relief it might just break the pain loop, albeit a longshot. You can only get an injection say every 6 months, so I doubt the injection will last until then. I'm not familiar with laser treatment for prostatitis, but I did try internal physio once, and they didn't go near the prostate where it hurts, and I spoke with another client of Ilia's who had tried it but said he stopped after a few months because it provided nominal relief.


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Thought I would share an update from last test, it appears the pains have revealed more cancer, there was positive samples last week when I had the biopsy done. This means 3rd time is the charm right... I will be on Abiratrone acetate for two months, month off then Enzalutamide, then next biopsy and see where we are at. I am not a fan of prostate removal as my Dad died of that. You think the 3rd time the "C" ward is used it would be easier to hear, but it still comes with a BANG.


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Painforlife, I'm so sorry to hear the bad news. Try to stay positive. This is the 3rd time you've had to deal with the "C", and you survived the last two, so you will survive the latest one. Prostate cancer is a slow growing disease anyway, so you are more likely to die of old age long before the "C" ever gets you. They say most men have prostate cancer, they just don't know it. Pray to God, and he will carry you through this minefield.


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