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How to cure chronic prostatitis with Chinese traditional medicine?‏

I am 58 years old. I had prostatitis on and off for seven years. I’m in the U.K. so treatment may be different to that in China. I was given trimethoprim for the first few episodes, but I became allergic to it (hives and swollen throat), so I migrated to ciprofloxacin. Currently, I have perineal pain (hard to sit). I also have pain in my pubic region, at the front of my abdomen, and burning when urinating. It makes it hard to sleep, and of course, there's the worry of "something worse." I'm now on my second-week course of Cipro, and it returned with a vengeance after a couple of days. I have a fever as well, so I’m feeling pretty low.So how to cure chronic prostatitis with Chinese traditional medicine? 
Thank you.

1 answers - 2010-11-10

Doctor
You've made a right decision to choose traditional Chinese medicine to cure your disease.Western doctors have the idea that effective treatment requires identification and correction of the defect in the prostate before antibiotics can be effective and then long-term antibiotics. Even with appropriate therapy, this type of prostatitis can recur.

However, traditional Chinese medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can cure chronic prostatitis effectively without any side effects. Prostatitis, orchitis, and urethritis are caused by vesiculitis, and there will be symptoms of urethral discomfort. Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, combined with alexipharmic can eliminate irritative symptoms of bladder and get rid of such symptoms as urethra redness, pain, and urethral burning.                                    
Released in 2010-11-10