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Prostatitis symptoms and natural prostatitis treatments

Date:2012-06-15 click:

Prostatitis is an inflammation or infection in prostate gland, which is usually diagnosed without any test at all. As we have known in a study of physicians, a large number of doctors consider prostatitis as an inflammation or bacterial infection, and almost all prescribe antibiotics as the treatment. In fact, most urologists can know from their own experience that antibiotic treatment for prostatitis without evidence of infection routinely fails to help the patient’s symptoms and yet almost one hundred percent of those cases of this kind of prostatitis receive antibiotics. We are often surprised to hear this routine diagnosis and antibiotic treatment in the patients who come to visit us, when the patient’s doctor made no attempt to establish the presence of infection. Here we just mean necessary tests are required before the doctor makes diagnosis and antibiotic can not be a solution of any infection. We should go out of the mistake direction of prostatitis treatment.  

 
First, we should know prostatitis symptoms, which can help us make a tentative diagnosis on our own.   
 
Primary prostatitis symptoms:
 
Urinary frequency (need to urinate too often)
Urinary urgency (hard to hold urination once urge occurs)
Pain or discomfort during or after ejaculation
Suprapubic pain (pain above the pubic bone)
Sitting triggers or exacerbates discomfort/pain/symptoms
Discomfort in the rectum (feels like a “golf ball” in the rectum)
Ache/pain/sensitivity of testicles
Discomfort/pain in the penis (commonly at the tip or shaft)
Groin pain (on one side or both)
Low back pain (on one side or both)
Coccygeal pain (pain in and around the tailbone)
Pain after intercourse
Dysuria (pain or burning during urination)
Nocturia (frequent urination at night)
Reduced urinary stream
Most cases of Protstatits mistakenly treated with antibiotics
Hesitancy before or during urination
Reduced libido (reduced interest in sex)
Anxiety about having sex
Social withdrawal and difficulty in intimate relations
Discomfort or relief after a bowel movement
Anxiety and catastrophic thinking
Depression
Impairment of self-esteem 
Prostatitis treatment may be the most concerned questions of prostatitis patients. For those prostatitis patients who was deeply hurt by antibiotic, other solutions can work. 
 
1. Take zinc supplements. It works by reducing the size of your enlarged prostate while helping your immune system in resisting bacterial infection related with prostatitis. So this mineral works has anti-inflammatory properties. Take one zinc tablet per day.
 
2. Take pygeum tablets. The active component of the pygeum tree is phytosterol. This compound helps reduce bacterial infection, inflammation and swelling of your prostate. It can also help you urinate less painfully. Take one tablet every day preferably before you go to bed.
 
3. Take quercetin tablets. Quercetin is a potent flavonoid that can help reduce the pain, bacterial infections and swelling associated with chronic prostatitis. You can also eat citrus fruits such as oranges, grapefruit and lime. Take one tablet once a day, preferably in the morning.
 
4. Take herbal tables. Herbal medicines such as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill will not cause drug resistance and can reach a higher drug concentration when it enters the focus. Generally, symptoms can be relieved with a week. Because it can promote blood circulation and clear away toxic materials in a short time. Three to four months is enough to get a good result. 
 
5. Consume quercetin capsules. The potent biological ingredients in the quercetin plant are called bioflavonoids. These compounds help reduce the pain and inflammation associated with prostatitis. Take two tablets with meals every day.
 
6. Consume saw palmetto tablets. The derivatives of this powerful plant help reduce prostate specific antigens while lessening the swelling and inflammation. Take two tablets twice a day, preferably with meals.
 
7. Get acupuncture. Acupuncture works by stimulating the nerve cell receptors of the affected area, lessening the pain caused by chronic prostatitis. Contact an acupuncture therapist in your area to find out how this treatment can help reduce inflammation and pain.
 
8. Do yoga exercises. Yoga can alleviate the pain associated with chronic prostatitis by relaxing your abdominal muscles and the muscles of the base of your pelvis. It can also relieve stress and anxiety. See the link in our Resources section for a yoga video.

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