I was diagnosed in 1996 with prostate cancer; for more info www.placenta-anticancer.info
So, I decided to treat myself!
When you’re diagnosed with prostate cancer, so many things feel like they’re out of your control.
How bad is it?
How fast is it spreading?
Is it treatable?
It can feel like you’re just rolling a dice, either you’re lucky or you’re not, however that’s all starting to change, I was just ahead of the time.
With sex being a hobby, what I really wanted to do was examine the possibilities of incontinence and impotence.
With that being said I treated my own placenta with anti-cancer extract + PC SPES (Google Prostasol, Medpro in Holland) a herbal product in an ultra high dose.
I also alternated days with intravenous drip infusions, 1 time 50.000 mg Vit C and a mix of taurine, reduced glutathione, selenium and zinc. Guess it’s easy if you have your own clinic and a nurse.
You can see a letter from my urologist Dr Rougeron in Antibes, France on my homepage, even he was surprised!
As a retired research doctor I scan with Quantum Medicine on men for prostate cancers even when they have a high PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen) which is not specific at all: if the patient goes on a bicycle to the laboratory, the test has a much greater chance to be positive.
Most of these hormone-related cancers like breast, colon and prostate are not cancers at all!
They are “non-specific inflammations” and you should seldom trust a PSA test – the manufacturer can secretly increased the sensibility by 25 % bringing more patients to the Big Pharma indoctrinated $$$ medical industry.
Every man as they get older will come across these issues such as nightly and frequently peeing generally caused by a benign enlarged prostate.
Modern mainstream docs stop testing PSA in men older than 70 and there is also the Scandinavian approach of “wait and see”, because these cancers are often “in situ”, meaning encapsulated and will never spread.
You also should not be surprised if ultrasound finds stones in this organ, however they can be removed by blue laser or TURP, a nerve-sparing operation.
You get spinal anesthesia and follow the acrobacy of the urologist on a flat screen and stay one night in hospital to recover.
You will be impotent for a month and incontinent, but that will disappear.
However be prepared for inside ejaculations but cuming is coming…
AND THEN YOU HAVE PROSTATE CANCER
The mainstream medicine approach is (unreliable) PSA + a rectal (with an anesthesia) biopsy.
Because of where it’s going inside a part of the body that’s not exactly known for being clean there is a risk of moving bacteria around sending it into places that it shouldn’t go and causing an infection.
It’s also known as Russian Roulette: if that needle goes into a real cancer cell it will spread like hell.
Some men end up hospitalised after their biopsies because of these infections.
Better to take a non-invasive and cheap ultrasound first, and let the radiologist tell you how big is the prostate and if there are stones or obstructions.
The researchers say that a MRI scan can also help cut down on detecting – and treating – harmless cancers, as it’s better at sorting out the rarer high-risk cancers that may really need treatment.
While some docs have already been using MRIs for prostate cancer and other forms of the disease, it might be some time before the practice becomes standard.
For now, that means that you may have to take action on your own. If you’re at risk of cancer or have a warning sign that a doc wants to check you out, ask if an MRI might be a better option for you.