A while ago I was asked if I was certain that the source of the debris
was from my prostate via the penis. I replied that I was because I had worn a condom
early in the process and had verified that the debris was coming from my penis.
After giving the subject much thought, I have to state that
I can only be certain about that one occasion. Obviously, I cannot be certain about any other occasion.
I would suggest, if you consider that this method has merit and
are going to try it, do the following.
Make up a "penis sheath" from a lint-free fabric, such as
polyester. Wear the sheath while doing the baths and you will be sure that any debris captured in the sheath came from
Prostate Debris Collection Sheets
These are the first of the prostate debris collection sheets that show the proof
of my prostate drainage obtained by using the Clean Prostate Treatment.
Each collection sheet holds approximately twenty days of prostate debris samples.
Click on the link to find out how this type of prostate debris can result in
because the debris acts as an irritant to prostate tissue.
This sheet shows the results from the first 22 days of prostate drainage.
You can see that the debris was generally small and made up of individual pieces.
This sheet shows the prostate drainage results from day 23 to day 42. The prostate drainage was relatively light until January 12.
On that day there were some substantial lumps of prostate debris passed.
From that point each bath would usually result in significant passage of debris.
This collection sheet shows the prostate drainage results for day 43 to day 61.
January 30 resulted in the first appearance of hair-like debris.
Most of the prostate debris on this sheet consisted of smaller particles. From
February 8 some baths produced debris that was in clumps and this pattern would continue for much of the duration of the prostate cleansing.
This collection sheet shows the prostate drainage results for day 62 to day 79.
At day 79 the passage of large prostate debris becomes more consistent.