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D-mannose for Chronic Prostatitis: Does It Work?

You may have heard that drinking cranberry juice helps maintain a healthy urinary tract. Research shows that cranberry juice can help people by promoting healthy flora. A great discovery has been found in the connection between cranberry juice and the urinary tract. The active ingredients in cranberry juice that are beneficial to the urinary system have been identified and isolated - D-mannose.

 
 
D-mannose can be extracted from berries, peaches, apples, and other plants. Pure D-mannose is almost 10-50 times more effective than cranberry, and has no toxicity, no side effects and is completely safe. D-mannose can help cure more than 90% of urinary tract infections in 1 to 2 days, it is not a drug but a kind of natural sugar, closely related to glucose and even produced in your body.
 
It's very important that it doesn't cause metabolic stress like fructose because it's more like glucose, which can be used by every cell in the body. The body absorbs D-mannose much more slowly than glucose, which is not converted into glycogen or stored in the liver. 
 
Only a very small amount of D-mannose is metabolized, so it does not affect blood glucose regulation. Most D-mannose is filtered through the kidneys, transported to the bladder, and quickly excreted in the urine.
 
 
Mannose helps nourish healthy flora because it does not affect friendly bacteria. It doesn't kill any bacteria - it just keeps them from staying in the urine. When taking antibiotics to treat UTI, beneficial bacteria will be killed together with harmful bacteria, which is the reason for secondary yeast infection and digestive problems.
 
More than 90% of urinary tract infections are caused by E. coli, a bacterium commonly found in your gut. It has been proved that the pathogenic bacteria of male urinary tract infection and prostatitis belong to the same strain, and the recurrence of urinary tract infection is also caused by the same serotype strain. The main bacteria causing prostatitis (80%) is Escherichia coli, just like urinary tract infection.
 
This is because the prostate gland is the gland that surrounds the beginning of the urethra in front of the bladder in men. The prostatic fluid secreted by the prostate has the effect of anti-gram-negative intestinal bacteria and plays a certain protective role in reducing the occurrence of male urinary tract infection.
 
 
At the same time, the urethra is the discharge channel of prostatic fluid. The urethra and prostate are closely related. Therefore, it can also be an inducement of urinary tract infection when there is a pathological change in the anterior row gland.
 
Therefore, it is feasible to use D-mannose in the treatment of prostatitis, but it should be remembered that it is only effective for acute prostatitis and chronic bacterial prostatitis. However, bacterial prostatitis accounts for only 5% - 15%, while non bacterial prostatitis accounts for 90% - 95%. 
 
At present, there is no standard method for diagnosis and treatment. Antibiotics are the most commonly used drugs in the treatment of chronic prostatitis, but the clinical practice has proved that the treatment effect of most patients is not satisfactory.
 
 
Therefore, patients can choose to take the natural, safe traditional Chinese herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, which will not produce drug resistance, can effectively kill all kinds of bacteria, viruses, pathogens, cure prostatitis, eliminate the symptoms of patients' discomfort in urination and so on.
 
During treatment, we must cooperate with doctors to carry out comprehensive treatment of prostatitis, strictly follow the doctor's orders to use drugs reasonably, adhere to the medication, and strengthen the immunity to prevent the recurrence of prostatitis.
 
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