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Therapeutic Recipies for Non-Bacterial Prostatitis

How do you know if you suffer from Non-Bacterial Prostatitis? The main clinical symptoms are as follows.

1. Increased urine volume: When urine volume increases, the frequency of urination increases accordingly. Under physiological conditions, such as drinking plenty of water, eating watermelon or drinking beer, due to the increase of water intake, urine volume increases and the frequency of urination increases through the regulation and filtration of the kidney. 
 
Under pathological conditions, for example, some patients with diabetes mellitus and diabetes insipidus tend to drink more water and urinate more often, but they have no symptoms of urinary discomfort.
 
 
2. Inflammatory stimulation: When there is inflammation in the bladder, the urinary center is in an exciting state, producing frequent urination and reducing urine volume. Therefore, frequent urination is an important symptom of prostatitis, especially acute prostatitis. Children with chronic penile foreskin inflammation, vulvitis and so on can also have a higher frequency of urination. Under the stimulation of inflammation, frequent, urgent and painful urination often occur, which is called urinary tract irritation, commonly known as "triuria".
 
3. Non-inflammatory stimulation: For example, urinary calculi and foreign bodies, usually go along with the frequent urination as the main symptom.
 
 
4. Reduced bladder volume: Such as bladder space-occupying lesions, tuberculous bladder contracture or large bladder stones.
 
5. Psychoneurotic frequency of urination: Frequent urination occurs only in the daytime or before going to bed at night, and often occurs in patients with mental stress or hysteria. At this time it may also be accompanied by urgent and painful urination.
 
6. Functional decline: Long-term suffered patients are often accompanied by sexual dysfunction (premature ejaculation or impotence).
 
 
7. Mental tension and fear: Often appear as dizziness, memory loss, lack of concentration, mental retardation, fatigue, fear of cold, sweating, insomnia and other neurological symptoms.
 
8. Dull pain on the small joints of the lower back: There are varying degrees of pressure on the back, which has nothing to do with body gesture. Sexual impulse is aggravated, and prostatic massage will reduce it. Perineum, external genitalia and anus are bloated and in pain. Sometimes it extends to the inguinal and suprapubic regions, scrotal roots, lower back sacral regions and medial femoral regions. Patients also have a feeling of fall-swell or acid distress and discomfort. The feeling will be aggravated especially when there is a sexual excitement without ejaculatation.
 
Here are several dietary regimens for patients with Non-Bacterial Prostatitis:
 
 
1. Cucumber and prunella vulgaris soup
 
Ingredients: 50 grams of cucumber, 15 grams of prunella vulgaris, 10 grams of polygonum aviculare, and 10 grams of fringed pink. Suitable amount of salt, sesame oil and monosodium glutamate. 
 
Cooking Method: Fry prunella vulgaris, polygonum aviculare and fringed pink with water, and get juice out of them. Boil the juice again, put cucumber slices, add seasoning and it's done.
 
Note: Cucumber can clear heat, quench thirst, diuresis and detoxify by entering stomach meridian. Prunella vulgaris has the function of softening the lumps, can make the proliferative prostate shrink gradually and alleviate the swollen symptoms. Polygonum aviculare and fringed pink have the function of clearing heat, diuresis and freeing strangury, which fits for treatment of damp-heat diarrhea.
 
 
 
2. Codonopsis pilosula, astragalus membranaceus and wax gourd soup
 
Ingredients: 15 grams of codonopsis pilosula, 20 grams of astragalus, 50 grams of wax gourd, suitable amount of salt, sesame oil and monosodium glutamate.
 
Cooking Method: Fry codonopsis pilosula and astragalus membranaceus with water in a sand pot for 15 minutes, remove residue and filter, and then add wax gourd slices while it is hot. Continue to cook until the wax gourd is done and edible, add seasonings to accompany the meal.
 
Note: Codonopsis pilosula is able to reach to spleen and lung meridians nourishing them. Astragalus is good at promoting Yang and wax gourd can diuresis and moist, clear heat and remove irritation. The three of them work to achieve the effect of rising Yang and diuresis.
 
 
3. Cinnamon and plantain porridge
 
Ingredients: 5 grams of cinnamon, 30 grams of plantain, 30 grams of japonica rice, and appropriate amount of brown sugar.
 
Cooking Method: First, fry cinnamon and plantain with water, remove dregs and get filtered juice, then boil the japonica rice in juice, add brown sugar and it's done. Be aware to take it on an empty stomach.
 
Note: Cinnamon can warm the meridians, as well as the lower energizer and the gate of vitality.
 
 
Although dietary therapy can play a certain role, it consumes much time and the curative effect can not be obvious enough. Therefore, Wuhan TCM Clinic features a herbal pill called Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, it is a natural medicine which acts as a more efficient way to cure Non-Bacterial Prostatitis. By promoting blood circulation, activating Qi and unblocking blood stasis, it can eliminate symptoms of frequent urge to urinate, burning and swelling sensation, lower back pain, blood in urine, blood in semen, pain after ejaculation, etc. Step by step, the pain gradually disappear and urination resumes to normal frequency. 
 
Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill are made of herbs such as peach kernel, angelica, red peony, fringed Pink, safflower, Knotweed Herb, houttuynia cordata, psyllium seed and Cowherb Seed, etc. No side effects or drug resistance, and since the medicine restores the urinary and reproductive system, enhances immunity and self-healing ability, patients have little chance of relapse after recovery.
 

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