The history of HAT Medicine

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This happened in 1980. As a young doctor who had been working as an ophthalmologist in a clinic in the city for about a year, I suffered from chronic prostatitis. The disease developed gradually and manifested itself through pain in the lower back and abdomen. At the same time, frequent urination was observed. I turned to my venereologist and urologist friends. Several courses of treatment were conducted but they yielded no positive results. On the advice of an anesthesiologist friend, even reopirin treatment was conducted. I spoke to many doctors about my problem, but to no avail, and disillusioned, I began to treat myself.

During inoculation, a white staphylococcus (normally harmless saprophyte), which is sensitive to ristomycin, carbenicillin, ampicillin and novobiocin sodium salt, was detected in the urine. Treatment was started with intravenous ristomycin injections. Prostate massage was periodically performed (once in three days). According to plan, pirogenal treatment was conducted. An interesting phenomenon was noted. During the intravenous administration of ristomycin, the symptoms of prostatitis fully disappeared but reappeared after the injection. With drip injections of ristomycin with a high frequency of administration, the symptoms disappeared but reappeared during slow administration. Once amid the lack of symptoms for half an hour after an intravenous injection, I rapidly climbed to the third floor and characteristic sensations that remained until the next injection appeared again. One gets the impression that with harsh physical exertion after injections of the antibiotic, symptoms of prostatitis reappear.

The condition improved slightly. One week later, intravenous and intramuscular carbenicillin treatment commenced, which lasted 10 days. The pain was completely gone, leaving only a slightly increased frequency of urination. Then, ampicillin treatment with 2 tablets (0.25g each) four times a day was started. This treatment continued for about a month. 20 days after the treatment, all symptoms passed, and I felt completely healthy, but continued the treatment. A week later, on the background of perfect health I had to lift a heavy object. Then, back pain and frequent urination suddenly reappeared. The natural question arose. Why are special heavy duty doses of antibiotics, selected on the basis of the sensitivity of microorganisms, unable to cope with usual harmless microbes? Why did the symptoms of prostatitis pass, but appeared again and again after lifting weights. Thus, the treatment lasted continuously for two years. At the same time, I carefully recorded all cases of deterioration and improvement.

In some cases, the complaints of prostatic origin passed, but appeared after further treatment or after physical activity, sexual arousal or violation of the diet. Then it occurred to me that I just need to stop in time after antibiotic treatment. In order to improve gradually and avoid acute exacerbation it is desirable to drastically reduce the dose. During the treatment, changes were made to the dosage of medicines. One day after the end of another course of treatment and the disappearance of symptoms I ate salted cabbage with brine. After 5 minutes, back pain reappeared, which did not pass itself. At first it seemed a pure coincidence, but then it happened again, and not only with salted cabbage. I had to start the treatment again. This fact indicates that your diet can dramatically affect the occurrence of symptoms of prostatitis. The treatment was carried out periodically over the next three years. During this period, the effectiveness of treatment was honed, and the impact of various factors, especially characteristic diet on the course of chronic prostatitis was determined.

In principle, it is from this point that the epic of treatment by the HAT medicine system began.

After it became apparent that recovery occurs every time the new method is used, I tried it on my brother and father, and then on other people. Non-bacterial chronic prostatitis today affects about 30 million men in the United States. One of the common symptoms of this disease is pain in the back and in the area of genitals. This greatly darkens the lives of people. The quality of life is reduced. The standard use of antibiotics gives a limited effect. About 1% of all visits to general practitioners and 8% of visits to urologists are by patients with chronic prostatitis.

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