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Treatment Options For Prostatitis

Prostatitis is more often in young and middle-aged men. It refers to an inflamed and painful prostate gland. The treatments for prostatitis depend on the type of prostatitis you’re diagnosed with.


treatment for prostatitis

This inflammation is usually classified into four types, including acute bacterial prostatitis, chronic bacterial prostatitis, chronic nonbacterial prostatitis, and asymptomatic prostatitis. In general, the acute prostatitis can be treated with antibiotics effectively in most of cases. There is no need to treat asymptomatic prostatitis as it has no symptoms. The patient with this type should have regular check for prostate. However, patients with chronic prostatitis can suffer from the symptoms for a long time even after initial treatment. The cause of them are not exactly clear which can make it difficult for doctors to know how to treat them. There is no best cure for prostatitis, the treatments vary from man to man. And patients may have to try many different treatments to find the one that is the best for controlling the symptoms.
As the conditions differ in different men, each man will respond to the treatments differently. If the treatment you are taking doesn’t work, you should try a different one. There are a number of treatments you can choose from.
The most common medicines for prostatitis include the followings: 
• Antibiotics, which you’ll need to take for at least four to six weeks.
• Pain-relievers, if it’s necessary.
• Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).
• Alpha blockers  
• 5-alpha-reductase inhibitors  
These medicines can help to kill the pathogens and improve the symptoms such as pain and urinary problems. 
Other treatments
If you have recurring symptoms of prostatitis and last for a long time, you will be recommended to have the following treatments. Although different men have different response to the treatments, some men have found them helpful. 
• Alternative medicine. Alternative medicine approach can be used as a replacement of western medicine. A new herbal medicine called Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is proven to be effective in treating either bacterial or nonbacterial prostatitis. The herbal formula has no drug resistance or other side effects.          
• Prostate massage. Massage therapy may help to clear the prostatic duct and eliminate any symptoms you’re experiencing.
• Prostate surgery. Surgery is usually the last option for men with eight chronic bacterial or chronic nonbacterial prostatitis, it is typically done only if you have not had success with any other conventional, natural, and alternative treatments. It usually involves removing the part or all of the prostate gland. Prostate surgery does not always cure chronic prostatitis. The procedure may make your symptoms worse and cause a number of side effects such as ejaculatory dysfunction and blood in the urine. 
• Anti-depressants. Prostatitis may affect your mood and make you become very low, depressed or anxious, your doctor might suggest you try taking anti-depressants.
There are a number of things you are try to manage the symptoms of prostatitis. Lifestyle changes are believed imperative in the treatment. It’s important to avoid foods that may irritate your bladder and prostate, such as spicy foods, red meat, sweets, alcohol, fizzy drinks and caffeinate beverages. Avoid long-term sitting, driving and cycling to prevent the pressure on the perineum which may make the symptoms worse. Though there isn’t much scientific evidence behind them, some men find that these can help them manage their symptoms and make them feel better about their treatments.   

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