Thanks for checking out this video again.
This is going to be another case study. This is a case study regarding a 27-year-old male.
I’m going to read a little bit from my book, and then I’ll give some explanation and some
talk around the case a little bit. This is a guy called Paul, and Paul’s a drummer
in a leading New Zealand rock band. He came to see me several years ago complaining about
his nighttime urination issues. He was getting up three to four times most nights to urinate.
His other complaints included night sweats and stabbing pains in the groin, insomnia,
gas and bloating, as well as depression. With no previous history of bladder or urinary
symptoms, I was rather intrigued and referred him to an urologist friend of mine who found
no abnormalities. I suspected prostatitis and inflammation of the prostate. I also requested
a complete blood count and that came back normal. In fact, all of Paul’s results were
normal. Yet he continued to complain of stabbing pains and night sweats.
I started to question him about his relationships and discovered that the problem only started
after he began a new relationship with a girlfriend about six months ago. I suspected Paul might
have an STD, a sexually transmitted disease, but this was also ruled out after sending
him to a sexual health clinic where they repeated urine and blood tests and did a thorough physical
examination. So I thought, “What the heck’s going on with this guy? There’s something
not right here.” This led me to conclude that he had an undetected
yeast infection, which was affecting his prostate gland, and this is where the stabbing pains
down the inner thighs and the groin came from. After a return visit, I convinced Paul to
have his girlfriend visit a female doctor friend of mine, and it was discovered that
she had a serious vaginal yeast infection. My suspicions were correct. Paul had contracted
a yeast infection through his girlfriend, and it traveled up his urethra and infected
his prostate gland. These infections are more common than you may think. And if you’re a
male with unexplained pains that go into the groin area or down the thigh, particularly,
if you have any bloating or gas with that, sugar cravings, then you may have a yeast
infection. What I did with Paul is I started working
with him with a strong antifungal product, very similar, but not quite as good as a product
that I’ve developed now. I’ve developed a product called Canxida antifungal, which is
way better than what I’ve ever used in the past. Paul was also put on a very strict,
no alcohol regime. A person who plays in a rock band is drinking usually a lot of alcohol,
staying up late at night, and partying a lot with people. This kind of party lifestyle
can lead also to not sleeping properly and eating the wrong kind of foods during the
day and spending too much time at nighttime doing what he does best, playing music.
In this case, it makes a lot of sense for the practitioner not to give up easily with
the patient, but be relentless and try to find what the cause is. There’s no doubt about
it. What I often see in relationships is a person will pass a yeast infection from one
to another. It’s very common for a woman to have a vaginal infection and pass it to a
male, and then she may partially recover and he can pass it back to her again. If there
is a problem, both people should be checked out very carefully by the doctor or a sexual
health clinic. And if it comes back as a yeast infection, then I’d recommend you try my Candida
Crusher protocol. Also, don’t forget to go to CandidaCrusher.com and do my online quiz,
the world’s best yeast infection quiz. It’ll give you a score of mild, moderate or severe,
and then you can start looking at good quality treatment.
I hope this video was of use to you today. If you’ve got or know anybody with these kind
of pains, if you’re a male or know a male with pain with ejaculation or just pain in
the groin region and it’s all coming back normal or clear, it could be prostatitis.
Thanks for tuning in.