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Home remedies and herbs to relieve the symptoms of prostatitis

Prostatitis denotes the inflammation of the prostate, a gland situated underneath the male bladder and in front of the rectum. The main symptoms of prostatitis include dysuria or painful urination, increased frequency of urination, difficulty urination, urgency for urination, abdominal or lower back pain, groin pain, pain with ejaculations, and painful male organ or testes. It can be associated with flu-like symptoms. Various factors can lead to this condition, including bacterial infection, a disorder of the nervous or immune system, trauma to prostate or prostate area, biopsies, prostate stones, sexually transmitted diseases, anal intercourse, and benign prostate hypertrophy. 

 
There are several home remedies for prostatitis that are found to be effective in relieving many of the symptoms of this condition. Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill  is widely considered as a good treatment for prostatitis. This herbal medicine has the effect to alleviate inflammation and relieve painful urination. 
 
Another natural cure for prostatitis is hydrotherapy. Fill a sitz bath or your bathtub with enough warm water to cover your bottom and sit in it for 10 to 30 minutes. Hydrotherapy improves blood circulation in your prostate and can ease pain and other discomforts. 
 
Plantago seed, pangolin are natural herbs beneficial in curing the urinary symptoms caused by prostatitis. Other Herbs such as Carthamus tinctorious, peach kernel, honeysuckle, houttuynia cordata, gardenia, scutellaria baicalensis which are made into "Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill" has the ability to reduce the symptoms of this condition. 
 
Useful home remedies for prostatitis include apples, green tea, black tea, cherries, blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, red grapes, broccoli, and red wine. 
 
Drinking watermelon seed tea is also an effective remedy for the inflammation of prostate. A simple way to reduce the symptoms of prostatitis is to add tomatoes into your diet. They contain lycopene, an antioxidant that can aid you deal with prostate symptoms and reduce the risk of prostate cancer. Pumpkin seeds are good for prostatitis. Eat plain pumpkin seeds or drink tea made from pumpkin seeds. 
 
Home remedies for prostatitis also include avoiding alcohol, caffeine, and spicy foods and following good hygiene practices. Sometimes, prostatitis may require bed rest for some days. Wear a condom during sexual intercourse to prevent the aggravation or recurrence of the prostate infection. Pain due to prostatitis can be relieved by sitting on a cushion or pillow.
 
Before taking any herbs for prostatitis, consult with your doctor to determine the proper dosage. There are also some yoga poses that can help relax your abdominal and pelvic base muscles and thereby reduce the pain caused by prostatitis.
 
 

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