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Natural Therapy for Secondary PE Caused by Prostatitis

When men with chronic prostatitis suffer from PE (premature ejaculation), they could think it has nothing to do with prostathe te inflammation. But, will prospermia occur in patients with chronic prostatitis?

Experts say that the so-called prospermia refers to the penis in contact with the female genitals without inserting into the vagina or penis erection, or insertion activity less than a minute. The causes of prospermia are mostly psychological factors, such as excessive excitement of sex, excessive anxiety, nervousness, fearof failure, or excessive physical fatigue, lack of energy, which weakens the ability of ejaculation central control.

In recent years, it has been found that central lumbar disc herniation may cause cauda equina congestion, edema and dysfunction due to the compression of dura mater by the herniated intervertebral disc, which affects the circulation of cerebrospinal fluid. Because cauda equina nerve is a part of ejaculatory reflex arc, lumbar disc herniation causes abnormal nerve conduction and abnormal sensitivity, which leads to ejaculation praecox, which can be restored to normal by traction therapy.
Secondly, chronic prostatitis may also be one of the organic causes of ejaculation praecox, such as inflammation of the prostate, hypersensitivity and hyperemia due to edema stimulation. When there is sexual impulse, it can not be controlled (especially in young adults), and ejaculation will soon occur. However, it is not impossible for some patients with prostatitis to induce premature ejaculation to some extent due to untimely treatment, repeated illness and psychological tension.

Experts suggest that for patients with secondary prospermia caused by chronic prostatitis, although routine bacterial examination failed to isolate pathogens, their symptoms may still be associated with some special pathogens, such as anaerobic bacteria, L-form Proteus bacteria, nanobacteria, or with Chlamydia trachomatis, mycoplasma and other infections. Some studies have shown that the detection rate of local prokaryotic DNA in this type of patients can be as high as 77%. While some clinical "non-bacterial" prostatitis, mainly characterized by chronic inflammation, recurrence or aggravation, may not be related to these pathogens.

So, how to treat secondary premature ejaculation caused by chronic prostatitis? Experts say that the treatment of chronic non-bacterial prostatitis is mainly aimed at relieving pain, improving urinary symptoms, and treating secondary prospermia caused by pain and other psychological factors.

As for the treatment, some doctors recommend that antibiotics such as fluoroquinolone should be taken orally for 2 to 4 weeks, and then antibiotics be continuously taken only when clinical symptoms are alleviated. Due to drug resistance and side effects of these chemical tablets, some patients begin to look for natural solutions without harm to their liver and kidney.

Herbal therapy Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill are especially designed for this demand. It is safe and effective, pure natural, it acts as the radical cure wihtout side effects, and has helped tens of thousands of patients to solve the problem of prostatitis-related errection dysfunction and PE (premature ejaculation).

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