why is prostatitis difficult to cured?‏

I took antibiotics for weeks. The symptoms get reduced. But they come back when I stop antibiotics. what should I do

2 answers - 2013-07-18

Prostatitis is quite difficult to be cured if you don’t choose a correct treatment. Antibiotics are often used to treat the prostatitis. However, due to the specialty of the prostate, it usually takes a long time to cure it. But if antibiotics are used for a long time, the bacteria will become resistant. That’s to say, the antibiotic becomes less effective against that type of bacterium.
The symptoms recur when you stop antibiotics, so your prostatitis hasn’t been cured completely. Now, the antibiotics are not so effective against the bacteria. In the future, your symptoms will probably become more severe. You need more time to treat the prostatitis by antibiotics. But the antibiotics has some side effect, you can’t use it any more even your prostatitis still there.
The herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pills are used for eliminating inflammation, killing bacteria, clearing heat and promoting blood circulation. Take this pill, and your pain will be reduced in the first month, and your prostatitis will be cured within 3 months. When you are recovered, you’ll get rid of the symptoms forever. More questions are welcome.                                    
Released in 2013-12-12