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Success with Cernilton

I am a classic moderate CP sufferer. It started insidiously about 6 months ago and I went through the usual antibiotic/alphablocker route with limited success. I tried the usual alternatives with no real change. I started Cernilton about 6 weeks ago and the effects have been marked. Ejaculation is now normal (painful ejaculation was the start of it all) and the pain - including the golf ball feeling - has completely gone. Frequency/irritation with urination is still around but much more fitful and less intense. Urinary dribbling remains but I hope! The whole system feels non-irritated and happier. This is obviously an umbrella condition and multi-factorial (like IBS) and no-one thing will work for everyone but Cernilton seems worth a try - for me it has been a blessing. I also think the great masturbation debate depends on your own specifics - I certainly found that daily mb was a mistake, but that equally, leaving it longer than 4-5 days was another one. Above all, I have no doubt that in this condiction par excellence, stress directly affects symptoms in a dramatic way.

I wrote about my improvement with Cernilton about 6 months ago which you kindly published under the heading "Success with Cernilton". I was left then with urinary problems - the sexual side having cleared up. I am glad to say that this success has continued. As an organ, however, it does take a time to calm down after trouble. I added Prostanex (a flower pollen extract) and Prosta-Q to the mix and maintained the Cernilton. The urinary problems have now subsided to virtually nil. I found the improvement period was interrupted by flare-ups of the urinary problems but I noticed that these were less intense and shorter each time. Now they might be half a day a month andare only a bit of extra peeing. I also read "Headache in the Pelvis" and had some massage in the lower back area. Who knows? It might have all worn off by itself. Would I miss a day without the prostate remedies? No way. I do not intend to tempt fate. The memory of it all remains sufficiently unpleasant. I was seriously thinking of early retirement after a month of the nightmare (which felt like a year). I strongly emphasise that this condition is multifaceted and what works for one variant may not work for another, but I found the hopeful stories in this section cheered me up. The problem is that the cured and the survivors tend not to write in because the problem and the web site recede into happily forgotten memory...This may make a new sufferer feel that what he reads from sufferers (as opposed to the rest of the site) suggests that the problem is permanent and hopeless. This is why I felt a duty to write in again.

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