|Peptide therapy for prostate new therapy and study?
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|Author:||tehdude789 [ Mon Jan 13, 2020 11:57 am ]|
|Post subject:||Peptide therapy for prostate new therapy and study?|
I read an article about how peptide therapy may help prostatitis. Article is from Nov 2019. I was wondering if anyone has tried this seems interesting? This is a new form of therapy being offered.
http://prostatitis.org/redirect.php?lin ... Peptide_T2
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|Author:||AC1972 [ Tue Jan 21, 2020 4:23 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Re: Peptide therapy for prostate new therapy and study?|
Here is an interesting article about a probiotic that kills Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.
S. aureus causes prostatitis in many guys (like me).
S. aureus is a Gram + bacteria that most labs miss or doctors write off as contamination.
Mine was cultured from an EPS and the doctor thinks my original infection was several bacteria. Mine S. aureus infection is resistant to the following:
Cefodox (never taken by me)
Tarivid (never taken by me)
Norfloxacin (never taken by me)
The problem is, as many of us know, is getting the antibiotics INTO the prostate. Taking extended durations of Antibiotics is not pleasant. Has anyone else seen this article about Bacillus subtilis?
"By using techniques that let them analyze the components and activity of bacteria, the researchers found that Bacillus bacteria inhibited the specialized S. aureus system by producing molecules known as "fengycins."
Also, they noticed that fengycins inhibited the growth of many S. aureus strains, including USA300 MRSA, the potent superbug that is responsible for most of the threatening S. aureus community-associated infections in the U.S."
Question: has anyone ever used the probiotic "Bacillus subtilis. Bacillus bacteria are good at surviving in harsher environments, and they can be ingested with greens and vegetables. Bacillus also feature, together with other "good" bacteria, in several probiotic products."?
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http://prostatitis.org/redirect.php?lin ... 3315.php#5
ADMIN NOTE: Your link is valid to the group. No problem.
THANK YOU for the way you went about that!
EDIT: I added more info about the Bacillus subtilis in my question.
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