Why is prostatitis so hard to be cured?‏

I have prostatitis and so does my cousin. I am 57 years old and he is 52. We both have already taken many kinds of treatment but none of them can cure us. Why is prostatitis so difficult to be cured? Can your pills help us?

1 answers - 2010-12-03

I think your guys are taking treatment with western medicine and the medicine you are taking is probably antibiotics. It is sort of impossible to cure prostatitis with western medicine especially with antibiotics. The only hope of you is Diureticn and Anti-inflammatory Pill.
1. Antibiotics can hardly pass through prostate sebum membrane, so it is thought that no medicine could reach the location of prostate in Western medicine. While in traditional Chinese medicine, the channel-leading medicine can directly reach the prostate. 2. Prostate fibrosis and calcification affect the absorption of antimicrobial agents; traditional Chinese medicine can promote blood circulation and has softening function, making the calcification point to absorb.3. Antibiotics have specific purpose in killing bacteria. For example, in gonorrhea, with cross-infection of mycoplasma and Chlamydia, they still exist after the gonorrhea turns negative. But the traditional Chinese medicine has broad spectrum antibacterial function and can kill various bacteria and viruses in three months and turn mycoplasma negative. 4. Application of antibiotics can achieve the purpose of turning mycoplasma and Chlamydia negative in some patients, but the mycoplasma and Chlamydia stimulate the prostate, which causes prostatitis, so that the patient has more severe symptoms, showing testicular pain, perineum bulge and lower abdominal pain, groin pain, and decreased lecithin. In the treatment of traditional Chinese medicine, it cures prostatitis while killing bacteria and turning mycoplasma and Chlamydia negative, restoring lecithin corpuscle to 3 plus signs and returning semen to normal in 3 to 5 months, so that the disease can be cured.                                    
Released in 2010-12-03