I understand that medical science takes care to heal disease, but is there anything specific to ensure longevity? My dear friend of 50 years just died recently, after one day illness. She died at 61. Do you have any guidelines to living long?
– Georgina Solomon, Aba, Abia.
Sorry about your friend’s death. Yes, I do have some advice on how to live long. The following are some of the titles I am considering for my write-up on the matter: “How to Live Out Your Days and Enjoy Them; How To Live Long and Not Die Young; How to be Satisfied With Long Life; How to Live Long to Your Satisfaction –12 Simple Commandments by Dr. Caleb Bibbi Oluranti.” What I will do is just give you the skeleton of what I am getting ready to write right here and now. So here goes: Preamble- Body; Soul & Spirit; 4 points each. Body: a. Avoid poisons, toxins and other hazards – alcohol; cigarettes; drugs; b. Learn to eat good foods; beware man’s foods; c. Exercise daily/get sleep enough for yourself/drink tons of water; d. See your doctor and follow his advice. Soul – e. Relate well interpersonally; Marry; Have good, legal sex/f. Make Friends with people; Reach out to less privileged; Be out-going/g. Stimulate yourself; learn new things/spirit – h. Forgive everyone freely/ i. Repent of neglect or abuse of parents; Get your parents’ blessing/ j. Watch your dreams; Be pro-active/k. Speak and claim longevity and quality life /l. Fight death, disease; cancer spiritually (with prayer) –They are thieves. If you want further help, call the help lines.
How staphylococcus almost took his life
Could you please convince me you cure staphylococcus? Any stories about people you cured?
Jana Jebba; Jos
I could tell you many stories, but I’ll stick with just one, which we’ll call “About to Commit Suicide!!”
Around July/August 2003, a very successful but unmarried business man of 32 years of age wanted to commit suicide but decided to just come see me first before he would kill himself. The problem, you would have guessed right, was Staphylococcus. Ten years of torment was enough, he had decided. He had been to different hospitals/doctors and had spent a ton of money on the ailment. I was the seventh doctor he was seeing. Herbal practitioners also had been consulted -all to no avail. He had refused to consider thinking about marriage because of this ailment. He had deliberately neglected and let go of a relationship he really cherished but felt he could not, in all good conscience, continue with when he knew he had this ailment that had seemingly defied a cure. He was tired and despairing of life – he had seriously considered suicide.
At 32 he had no woman and was, frankly, not interested at all. He had begun building his own house in Lagos and it was a beauty to behold, judging by the photos he showed me. I asked him how he thought a house was complete without a woman but he was disinterested in that consideration – all he sought was to get well – and he was afraid he was not going to. Apart from staphylococcus — or along with it, he also complained that his manhood was too small!!! And that, I believe, was contributory to his refusal to marry or even consider it!!!
Like I said, despite the fact that God blessed him greatly, he was ready to give it all up and just kill himself — so terrible and wickedly persisting were his Staph woes — itching, movement/ funny feelings in the organ, weak erection, discharge from the penis during urination, frequency in urination, waist and back pain and ache etc. – all beset him terribly. The worst was that after treatment in all the places he had been to for help — after sometimes feeling well, he discovered the evil symptoms would come back!!! He was in tears as he narrated his woes, imploring me seriously to help him if I could. I assured him he was going to get well and encouraged him to get out of his depressive state of mind. We finally started treatment after doing extensive tests on him and spending substantial time interviewing him to get to know what was the source of the problem and what clues we could find to help with his treatment and once-for all cure. Once we began treatment, I must say I discovered in him a star patient!!. He came for his injections/shots regularly, kept review and follow-up appointments with the doctor very religiously, always calling to confirm his appointments. He also paid up promptly and joyfully because he acknowledged the fact that we were giving him very high value for what he was paying for.
Needless to say, by October ending that year, he had become so well that he had returned to his lost love and by December he was discussing wedding plans with him!! No more return or recrudescence of the symptoms or complaints — everything gone and gone forever. In fact, exactly about 15 months after I saw him last, he came again to see me. What for? He brought his cousin — a lady — for some other complaints. When I inquired from him about all his former woes, he assured me he never saw anything like those challenges again ever since he had seen me last!!! No wonder he was ready to marry that fast!!! To God’s glory, we cured him –like we will also permanently cure you when you come over to see us.
Three years marriage, no baby; Help!!
Good morning doctor,
I have been having the suspicion of my genital area not being okay. Having undergoing tests after three years of marriage without children I found out I had staph infection. I treated it for over a year, returned for test and the result read that there were insignificant traces of germs, which might mean it had been flushed off. Now I continue to experience low sperm count of about five million instead of the normal 20 million. Also I have this continuous weak erection and quick ejaculation.
Please I need your urgent help for a final and permanent cure to this frustrating and embarrassing menace. I also think this might have affected my prostrate section as I deduced from your blog, mediamedixdoctor.
– Francis. E
Dear Francis E,
Your problem is Infertility. It is interesting you never mentioned anything about your wife. Only you, as a male, cannot make a baby. There must be a woman too. What is the story on your wife’s side? Male issues make up one third of infertility problems. (In your case, yes, you have Chronic Prostatitis, what with your performance issues). Female issues are responsible for another one third. The last one-third is from problems that involve both the man and the woman. The best way to tackle the challenge of infertility for you or any other person for that matter is to see BOTH the man and the woman together.
To tackle low sperm count, here are half a dozen steps to take – that is while you are getting ready to see us. Your zinc intake is important. Same for your Vitamin B12. And your Folic acid. An egg a day is a good idea. Pumpkin seeds (as in ugwu- the vegetable seeds); dates and walnuts. Once you go see the doctor, all the factors disturbing your ability to be a father will be dealt with. You can call the help-lines for further help.