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Prostate Problems? Discover the Dual Benefits of Traditional Chinese Medicine for Treatment and Maintenance

For men, there is a disease called the "unspoken problem," which is not only challenging to cure and prone to recurrence but also harms the body and psychology. This disease is called prostatitis.


When the prostate is inflamed, the entire prostate will swell due to congestion, compressing the urethra, and causing symptoms such as uncomfortable urination, radiating pain, sexual dysfunction, neurological disorders, fatigue, dizziness, insomnia, and depression. It poses a fatal threat to men's health.

So, how can prostatitis be treated and maintained?

Treatment of Prostatitis

Early diagnosis and treatment is the best way to deal with prostatitis. Moreover, prostatitis is essentially a type of inflammation in the body. The most effective and thorough way to treat inflammation is through anti-inflammatory methods, which is also true for prostatitis.

There are many types of prostatitis, so to achieve a complete cure, one must identify the specific type of prostatitis and treat it accordingly, which will have a better effect with less effort:

For example, in the case of acute bacterial prostatitis and chronic bacterial prostatitis, antibiotics are needed to clear the bacterial infection and relieve symptoms such as painful urination and urethral burning. The course of antibiotic treatment is usually around 6 weeks. If it exceeds 8 weeks, the dosage should be reduced or stopped according to the doctor's advice to prevent the side effects of antibiotics.

If it is chronic non-bacterial prostatitis, traditional Chinese medicine or herbal remedies are the mainstream treatments for prostatitis, with the representative drug being Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. It is made from over 50 pure natural herbs and has the effects of clearing heat and detoxifying, promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis, diuresis and relieving stranguria, which can effectively treat various urinary and pain symptoms of patients. 

Moreover, it treats disease without causing harm to the body. Therefore, for the treatment of prostatitis, Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is a common choice for many patients.

Maintenance after the cure of prostatitis

As long as the patient follows the doctor's instructions and takes the diuretic and anti-inflammatory pill, the cure of prostatitis is just a matter of time. Of course, post-cure maintenance is also a very important part to avoid the recurrence of the disease.

First of all, patients need to adjust their lifestyle. Mainly by changing their behavior patterns of laziness, idleness, and dependence, breaking self-closure, being proactive and optimistic in the face of difficulties, eliminating tension and anxiety, and participating in some appropriate physical exercises, and avoiding activities that may be detrimental to prostatitis as much as possible.

At the same time, it is also important to adjust the diet. Consciously abstaining from alcohol, not eating spicy, sour, and other irritating foods, avoiding excessive consumption of fatty and greasy foods. The diet should be light, with more fresh vegetables and fruits.

The combination of medication treatment and post-maintenance is currently an effective treatment for prostatitis, and neither is indispensable. If we can persist, prostatitis, a troublesome disease, will eventually leave us, and more patients will return to a healthy, positive, and optimistic life.

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