Prostate Surgery for Calcification 


Prostate calcification normally present in chronic prostatitis and rarely in acute prostatitis. Prostate surgery with prostatectomy and TURP surgery are the best treatment. During prostatectomy, herbal medicine administered in prostatic injection has special properties that can dissolve calcifications, abscess, lumps and cysts. The special properties of the herbal medicine has made our prostatectomy and TURP surgery the most successful treatments for prostatitis with lumps, cysts and calcifications.

In addition to prostate calcifications, lumps, abscess and cysts are also common in chronic prostatitis with mixed std infections. Prostate surgery for calcifications, lumps and cysts is more difficult than cases with mere prostatitis. Herbs such as Quercetin and Saw Palmetto are ineffective in dissolving calcifications. Other herbal remedies do not contain properties that can eradicate calcifications too.


Diagnosis with Prostate Calculus (calcifications)

Ultrasound scan examination is the most effective way to identify symptoms of cysts, lumps and calcifications before starting prostatectomy or TURP surgery. Scan report provides a detailed picture of specific locations therefore it is much easier for the doctor to locate and monitor these symptoms during the prostate surgery.

Prostate Symptoms of Lump, Cyst and Calcification

Bacteria growth and metabolism produce some waste, dead bodies and excretion and normally can be absorbed by the body tissue. However, the prostate is a special structure that the glands are small, long and roundabout. making it difficult to remove these foreign particles from the prostate. Over time, the waste and excretion accumulate and block the prostate tubes in various positions. Once the blockage gets thicker and concrete into a mass, it starts to cause some symptoms in the prostate, such as bloated pain, and it is extremely difficult to remove them with simple prostate massage. After several years, the mass solidifies into calcified stone.

Cysts and lumps are formed in the similar way. Bacteria grow and produce abnormal tissues which then become cysts and lumps. Fibrosis, abscess and sclerosis are also closed related to the cysts and lumps.


Prostate Surgery for Calcifications, Lumps and Cysts

Prostatectomy for Calcifications, Lumps and Cysts

Most cases of prostatitis, bph and prostatic hypertrophy do not involve calcifications, cysts or lumps. However, when these symptoms are present, it is a complicated case. Removal of these symptoms are not simple and it takes a long time for the herbal medicine to dissolve them bit by bit. In fact, calcifications, cysts and lumps provide a perfect hiding place for bacteria to grow and hide, so it is critical that TURP surgery and prostatectomy remove most of these symptoms so that the cure is permanent. Prostatectomy with injection of herbal medicine to dissolve calcifications, cysts and lumps right in the prostate is the best way to get rid of these annoying prostate symptoms.

Source of Prostate Pain and Symptoms

Most of the symptoms and pain of prostatitis are from the blockage, lumps, cysts and calcifications. In addition, tissues around these structures are highly infectious and inflamed, blood supply and circulation there are also stagnant, causing these structures to grow and expand further.


Prostatectomy and TURP Surgery to Treat Calcifications

The strategy to treat calcifications in the prostate is to dissolve them constantly with injected herbal medicine. Nowadays, there is still no effective cure for calcifications with western medicine. The only treatment option is surgery such as TURP surgery and prostatectomy.

The herbal medicine is a lot more simple and natural. Each injection sends the medicine solution to the targeted calcifications and virtually "soak" them for the whole day. After repetitive prostate surgery, the exterior layer of the calcifications begins to decompose. Although it may take a long time to completely remove calcifications, most of the calcifications can be dissolved after completion of the prostate surgery.


Herbal Medicine to Treat Prostatitis

Most cases of chronic prostatitis are with blocked and calcified prostate, in some severe cases, with lumps and cysts. These structures cause obstruction in the prostate and create problems for antibiotic penetration to various parts of the prostate, leading to incomplete eradication of pathogens. So it is ideal to have herbal medicine working with antibiotics in the prostatectomy and TURP surgery to solve the obstruction problem.

Observing Prostate Unblocking Process in Urine

After a week of prostate surgery, you may observe some signs of unblocking from urine. When calcifications starts to dissolve, detached small particles are flushed out with urine. Urine from each pee is collected and observed. Cloudy urine or urine with a thick layer indicates the unblocking process. Pee immediately after prostate surgery. First pee in the morning and pee after ejaculation are more noticeable. The doctor will examine urine samples to monitor the speed of unblocking process.

Surgery Duration for Calcifications, Lumps and Cysts

For most cases, the surgery takes about 5 weeks for eradication of pathogens and part of calcifications. For prostatitis with severe calcifications, the prostate surgery needs more time to get rid of the calculus.

Prostatectomy for Calcifications

Preparation of Medicine Solution For Prostatectomy

For prostatitis with calcifications, the prostatectomy consists of two types of medicines, the western medicine with antibiotics, and the traditional herbal medicine with unblocking herbal formula. The doctor selects the sensitive antibiotics based on the type of pathogens you have, and also administer large amount of herbal medicine for the calculus.

Prostatectomy for Prostatitis and Calcifications

Before surgery, the doctor needs to examine the prostate to find out the changes of the prostate from previous day. He will perform a digital rectal examination in the prostate. Then, he tries to find out the spot with most pain or symptoms. Once he has located the spot, he will inject with a needle somewhere around the perineum area. The prostate surgery is safe because the path of injection has bypassed rectum and colon. In fact, the surgery can be done daily for a few months without causing any side effects.

Prostatectomy for Lumps and Cysts

Lumps and cysts are somewhat different from calcifications, so the approach is also different. During prostatectomy, the doctor injects large amount of antibiotics to the core of the lumps and cysts to eradicate pathogens first. After several weeks, the cysts and lumps are cleared of bacteria and they stop growing. The cysts and lumps will decompose into smaller pieces and are flushed out to the urethra. The lumps and cysts start to break up after a few days of surgery and you can witness the break up process by observing pieces of large strips of mucous-like material floating in the urine.

Final Laboratory Test on Calculus, Lumps and Cysts

At the end of prostate surgery, you may have another ultrasound scan on the prostate to see how much calculus, lumps and cysts are removed. In the scan picture, bright spots of calculus are much smaller or gone completely. Lumps and cysts are also gone when the prostate becomes smooth and flexible.

Kinds of Obstructions

Formation of Fibrosis and Stones in the Prostate

Infections of the prostate causes a scar and called fibrosis. If left untreated, it could lead to calculus or stone. When there is prostate stones, the man is often suffering from symptoms of prostatitis, such as urinary symptoms, perineal pain, sitting discomfort, etc. Ultrasound scan can detect these lesions caused by the prostate stones.

Cure on Prostatic Calcifications, Stones and Fibrosis

Western medical science has no better method to treat calcification and stones in the prostate due to its special and complex structure. However, this case has a cure in our surgery center with modified prostatectomy and TURP surgery. Since the stones will breed bacteria, prostate fibrosis (calcification) is also a reason for recurrent prostatitis. Doctors cannot ignore calcification when treating prostatitis. A clean and thorough prostate surgery is complete eradication of stones, fibrosis and calcification.

Formation of Prostatic Cyst and Abscess

Prostatic cyst is often accompanied with infection and chronic prostatitis. Certain bacteria is more likely to cause prostatic cyst in chronic prostatitis. Symptoms of prostatic cyst and abscess are urinary symptoms such as urinary obstruction, or bowel obstruction. The urinary obstruction causes a list of common symptoms include urinary retention, frequent urination, urgent urination, dysuria, etc. During prostatectomy, dense secretion from prostatic cyst flow our of the urethra with urine. You can even touch the fluctuation of the prostate with self digital rectal examination (DRE). The formation of prostatic cyst and abscess usually happens in chronic stage of prostatitis and rarely in acute prostatitis.

Occasionally, abscess may rupture into the gaps around the urethra, rectum, perineum or bladder to cause the infection and inflammation of connective tissue. The ruptured abscess is infectious and causes inflammation and infections. However, some patients may have no fever and mainly have lower urinary tract obstruction which causes urine retention. In additional to prostatitis, cyst and abscess may grow in epididymis called epididymal cyst in patients with epididymitis and orchitis or testitis. Epididymal prostatectomy and TURP surgery is used in the surgery center to treat epididymal cyst.

Surgery on Prostate Cysts, Calcification and Stones

In western medicine, surgical drainage is the main treatment solution for cysts. Epididymal drainage or transurethral prostate resection drainage are the popular choices. In fact, surgery is the major treatment option in treating cysts and stones in the prostate from western doctor's point of view.

On the contrary, our doctor suggests a non-surgical treatment option for prostate cysts, epididymal cyst, calcification and stones. This non-invasive treatment includes prostatic injection and epididymal injection with antibiotics and herbal medicine to the prostate and epididymis, respectively. These prostate and epididymal surgeries are called prostatectomy and TURP surgery with injection technique.

In summary, prostate calcification or calcified stones must be treated because the prostate after calcification will generate calcified stones to cause a variety of symptoms. In addition, calcified stones will breed bacteria, so prostate calcification, cysts and stones are also a reason for recurrent prostatitis and must be treated. If treated only with traditional surgery, the infection is not completely eradicated, and some symptoms can not be eliminated in a long term, and there are also side effects from surgery. Therefore, our surgeon suggest new prostatectomy and TURP surgery that can permanently cure the cysts and stones in the prostate and the epididymis.


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