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100% Cure For Prostatitis, Is It Possible?

Some patients with prostatitis take a long time to be treated and have recurring episodes, so they assume that prostatitis can't be cured. 


So, will prostatitis get better?

Prostatitis is not a lifelong disease in men, and it is a curable disease. According to worldwide epidemiological surveys, more than 90% of men have one or more episodes of prostatitis in their lifetime. Many people who have prostatitis do not realize it and gradually cure it on their own. So, prostatitis can heal itself if the symptoms are not severe and heavy.

However, for bacterial prostatitis with fever, urinary frequency, urinary urgency, urinary pain, and these obvious subjective symptoms, the patient must actively cooperate with the professional doctor's treatment and adhere to the regular review, which is the key to getting rid of prostatitis as soon as possible.

To really solve the prostatitis, patients first should correctly recognize prostatitis.

The causes of prostatitis are complex and varied.

In addition to bacterial infection, an autoimmune response or immune abnormality, pelvic psycho-muscular tension, urinary reflux in the prostate, physical injury, prostate stones, inflammation, prolonged congestion, uric acid abnormalities, urethral stricture, seminal testicular hypertrophy, prostatic hyperplasia, food allergies, and fungal or viral infections can be important factors in the pain and inflammatory response of the prostate. Dysfunction of the tissues and organs surrounding the prostate, muscles, and nerves may also contribute to the pathologic changes of prostatitis.

The prostate gland has a special physiological organ position.

The prostate gland is located above the bladder, behind the rectum, with the seminal vesicles and vas deferens located on the outer upper side. In the middle, there are the urethra and the ejaculatory duct passing through it. These organ lesions and prostate lesions can affect each other.

The prostate gland is a glandular secretion organ. The prostate gland outside the area of the gland duct vertical angle or oblique into the posterior urethra, the path is long, and the opening is small, susceptible to many factors and poor excretion, resulting in the retention of prostatic fluid, and easy to induce infection.

Factors affecting prostatitis continue unabated. The cab driver's urine holding and sedentary behavior; the businessman's drinking and staying up late; unhealthy sex life, such as frequent masturbation and the pursuit of prolonged ejaculation, etc., all of which will trigger the re-emergence of prostatitis factors.

Prostatitis is a common male disease that is easy to recur. So, in daily life, one must learn scientific self-conditioning, which is a key measure to prevent and control chronic prostatitis. 

The following is what you need to know about prostatitis after treatment:

Adherence to treatment and simultaneous treatment of other inflammatory diseases of the genitourinary system can prevent the recurrence of prostatitis. Natural medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can be a nice treament. It works effectively and directly into reproductive system and urinary system, to completely clear up infections.

Regular life, normal living, and adherence to appropriate physical exercise can improve blood circulation, increase prostatic fluid secretion, and dilute bacterial toxins. At the same time, it can help the absorption of drugs and enhance resistance.

Drink plenty of water and urinate more often at normal times. Flush the urethra with urine to help discharge prostate secretions to help prevent infection.

Abstaining from masturbation and sex can achieve the purpose of reducing prostate congestion and edema, which is conducive to the health of the prostate. Keep the external genitals and perineum clean to prevent infection.

Avoid eating savory, spicy and irritating foods, quit smoking and drinking, and keep the bowels unclogged to minimize the factors triggering this inflammation.

Wearing less or no tight-fitting underwear is beneficial in preventing the recurrence of prostatitis and treating it.

Prostatitis can be clinically cured, but if there are factors that trigger prostatitis, then prostatitis may still recur. Therefore, men need to protect their prostate, and after prostatitis has been cured, care must be taken to avoid the reappearance of factors that trigger prostatitis.

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