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Is Chronic Prostatitis A Muscle Tension Disorder?

A new study, demonstrated a high correlation between the location of painful trigger points inside the pelvic floor muscles of males with chronic prostatitis and also the location inside the body where they routinely complain of pain, which is reserched in the November 2009 issue with the Journal of Urology, Stanford Medical School researcher Dr. Rodney Anderson and researchers at the National Center for Pelvic Pain Investigation.
 
It is estimated that 8 to 10% of American men suffer from prostatitis in which they have symptoms of urinary frequency, urgency, sitting pain, genital, sexual and rectal discomfort. Prostatitis is typically treated with antibiotics based on the conventional model that the source of prostatitis symptoms is an infection or inflammation inside the prostate gland. Antibiotics routinely fail to resolve chronic symptoms of prostatitis in well over 90% of guys diagnosed with chronic prostatitis.
 
The Stanford article adds to mounting evidence that prostatitis (chronic pelvic pain syndrome) is a psychoneuromuscular condition in which the muscles of the pelvic floor, in response to psychological or physical stress, become chronically contracted. Once this stress causes the muscles with the pelvic floor to chronically tighten, a condition of chronic spasm and muscle contraction occurs and is fed by a cycle of tension, anxiety, pain and protective guarding. 
 
The treatment known as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, originally developed at wuhan Dr.Lee's clinic, treats males with chronic prostatitis within three months. It has been successful in helping to reduce the symptoms of a huge majority of men diagnosed with chronic prostatitis who have not responded to any other treatment. It change the inner condition by berbs. The herbs clear heat and toxic material, promote circulation of blood and Qi. The efficacy has been proved by many years clinic study.

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