Natural Remedies

26 Year Old With Chronic Prostatitis and Interstitial Cystitis

Posted by Milos (Belgrade, Serbiq) on 07/20/2021

Hi! I need help, please! I have a problem that has been going on for a year and a half. Chronic prostatitis and interstitial cystitis, but also a problem with the intestines due to bladder problems. Can you help me with any advice? I used HP 3% but it didn't help. Could HP 35% be helpful and how should it be used? I am 26 years old and these diagnoses have ruined my life.

Replied by Mama to Many
TN
07/20/2021

Dear Milo,

I have had a lot of success using baking soda for bladder pain. 1/4 or 1/2 teaspoon in 1/4 cup of water. It tastes salty but it helps a lot. I do this a couple of times a day or as needed for pain.

Marshmallow root herb is also soothing for for inflammation of the bladder and also soothing to the digestive tract. 2-4 capsules 2-4 times a day or as needed.

Nettle root (not leaf) is a good herb for prostrate inflammation. 2 capsules a couple of times a day. It may also help the bladder issue.

Turmeric and Quercetin are also good supplements for inflammation.

If you eat a lot of processed foods or sugar, reducing them would probably help, as would making sure you get plenty of water.

There are lots of things to try, so take heart! I hope you find a good solution soon.

~Mama to Many~

Replied by Rob
Kentucky
07/21/2021

Milo-

Dr Ruben Schwartz, an Amish Doctor from Tompinsville Ky USA tells people with Interstitial Cystitis to take Marshmallow Root. A friend of mine (her mom) went to him and shall results in 1 week.

Also, consuming Colloidal Silver 10ppm internally. 1oz CS in 3oz pure water drank 3x/daily for 15 days. This should also clear up chronic bacterial prostatitis.

If you are into essential oils, you can make a dulited topical rub to apply to the pelvic area, thighs, groin (use caution here..duh) buttock. I've used them myself and they do help to speed the healing process. The plant oils will penetrate the surrounding skin and goto work killing the infection in the prostate area.

EO for Prostate Area:

Infection
Oils – Lemon, tea tree, oregano (very hot! ), eucalyptus, frankincence, fir needle, lavender, myrrh, patchouli, thyme (all topically)
Inflammation
Oils – Lemon, lavender, roman chamomile, hyssop (all topically)
Swelling
Oils – Eucalyptus, lavender, rosemary, cypress, hyssop, juniper (all topically)

Good Luck...

Replied by Cindy
Illinois, USA
07/21/2021
313 posts

For such an issue, I would probably use DMSO - BUT - the ONLY reason I would do DMSO would be because I would probably NOT do "auto-urine therapy". Which is, I suspect, what is actually called with regard to interstitial cystitis. Fresh urine. It tastes like mineral water, it's filtered plasma and sterile with living stem cells which I happen to think is key to its efficacy with regard to any illness and I've read that they don't live long once evacuated. Something like around 20 seconds so you want to take them back before that.

For some reason, men don't seem to have as much of a problem with urine therapy as women so it's what I'd do if I was a man.

BUT, I'm not a man so if I didn't have DMSO or couldn't get some relief after the very first day of a dropper of DMSO under the tongue morning, noon and night, I would probably switch to urine because the worst thing about being sick, for me, is the interruption of my life which is even worse than the idea of drinking urine if I can't get an indication of some sort of end to it. I just won't stand for it.