Prostate Treatment for Enlarged Prostate 


Enlarged prostate or swollen prostate is a common symptom of prostatitis. TURP surgery and prostatectomy are modified to treat enlarged prostate and prostatitis. The prostate surgery penetrate into the prostate with antibiotics and herbal medicine to shrink the prostate caused by prostatitis, enlarged prostate and bph.

In fact, a man may notice that his prostate is enlarged or swollen when urethral symptoms appear, such as urgent urination, frequent urination, weak urine stream, unable to empty the bladder completely, dribbling urine. Clinically, enlarged prostate always come with bacterial infections or inflammation, sometimes mild enough that a man may not even notice it. Prostate enlargement is caused by the accumulation of deposit, waste and other substances from bacteria metabolism and growth. Prostatectomy or TURP surgery are the most thorough and complete prostate surgery available.


Prostatectomy and TURP Surgery for Enlarged Prostate

Shrinking enlarged prostate or swollen prostate with new prostatectomy and TURP surgery with antibiotics and herbal medicine injecting to the prostate is the most successful surgery globally. The prostate surgery gets rid of the root of the problem of swollen prostate by eradicating pathogens and dissolving blocked waste that was stuck in the glands of the prostate. This is the only surgery center that uses both antibiotics and natural medicine to tackle prostatitis, bph, hyperplasia and hypertrophy and successfully shrink enlarged prostate or swollen prostate. Currently, no surgery center in other countries know how to use herbal medicine as the unblocking element in the surgery of enlarged prostate.

Diagnosis of Enlarged Prostate/Swollen Prostate

Swollen prostate or enlarged prostate, is closely related to prostatitis that almost all cases of prostatitis have some degree of prostate enlargement. It all begins with bacteria infections invade the tip of urethra after sexual contacts or other means and the infection moves along the urethra and eventually reach the prostate. The metabolism and growth of bacteria produce large amount of waste and inorganic substances. Due to the special structures of the prostate glands, these wastes are trapped in the prostate, further deteriorating the condition of the infected prostate. Over time, the swelling produces enlarged and swollen prostate.


Infections Causes Enlarged Prostate

The swelling process continues when there is presence of infections from prostatitis. After some time, infections also cause irregular shape and hardening. It is the beginning of calcifications and cysts formation.

Enlarged Prostate VS BPH

Many urologists have misdiagnosed symptoms of enlarged prostate or swollen prostate as benign prostatic hyperplasia, prostatic hypertrophy, or BPH. In deed, enlarged prostate is often caused by infections and cure with natural medicine such as Quercetin, Saw Palmetto, etc, is not effective to shrink the swollen prostate.


Problems in Treating Swollen/Enlarged Prostate

Treating swollen prostate or enlarged prostate is not easy because it involves prostatitis, swelling, cyst, infection, calcification, abscess and a list of other factors.

Misdiagnosis on Swollen Prostate

Western prostate surgery and treatment have repeatedly misdiagnosed and mistreated swollen or enlarged prostate because these surgeries are on the symptoms, not the room problems. Doctors always regard swollen prostate as non-infectious, and prescribe herbal medicine (Saw Palmetto, Quercetin) to shrink the enlarged prostate, rather than treating the real causes behind these prostate symptoms. A local prostate surgery such as TURP surgery and prostatectomy with penetration technique are the latest surgery with promising results.


Inaccurate Laboratory Tests for Enlarged Prostate

Many urologists have given improper laboratory tests for patients with enlarged prostate and prostatitis, based on the limited sometimes wrong knowledge on prostatitis. For instance, urine is used as the specimen for culture test, in fact, prostate fluid or semen should be used. Often simple white blood cell count test is used instead of specific tests on various types of bacteria, Chlamydia, Ureaplasma and Mycoplasma, the common pathogens of prostatitis and enlarged prostate.

Reluctance Performing Digital Rectal Examination

Extracting a few drops of prostatic fluid of the tip of penis after vigorous digital rectal exam for lab tests seem impossible, a common phenomenon in medical visits in Canada, Australia, United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany and other western countries, as many western patients have complained to our surgeon. This lab procedure is the necessary part of accurate lab testing and examination on prostatitis and swollen prostate.

Inaccurate Laboratory Reports on Prostatitis and Enlarged Prostate

Since many medical laboratories have very poor performance with prostatitis cases, almost all cases are tested negative when they are obvious infected. These lab reports mislead doctor and patients to believe that there is no infection, so that is why some doctors may tell you that enlarged prostate or prostatitis is not infectious and unprotected sex with sex partner is safe. When a patient follows his diagnosis, he may transmit infections to his sex partner.

Sensitive and Boggy Swollen Prostate

When the prostate is enlarged, it is boggy and sensitive to pressure. The doctor may not be able to perform digital rectal exam if the patient is extremely painful when the finger exerts pressure on the swollen prostate. That may prevent the doctor from getting prostate fluid for testing.

Unclogging the Enlarged Prostate Takes Time

A swollen prostate poses two obstacles, bacteria infection and blockage. Since bacteria infection takes at least one month to get eradicated, and the dissolving process for blockage is slow, the doctor needs to tackle two obstacles at the same time so that it won't take a long time to unclog enlarged prostate. For patients who take herbal medicine Saw Palmetto or Quercetin, the effect is very slow and often it takes many years before you can see some slight improvement.

Complications of Enlarged Prostate

Enlarged prostate is not simple, it is a lot more complicated. First, when prostate is enlarged, it is often caused by prostatitis which is extremely difficult to treat. Second, enlarged prostate causes severe urination problems, such as urgent urination, frequent urination, unable to empty the bladder completely, weak urine stream, etc. Third, abnormal structure may appear, such as calcifications, lumps, cysts, abscess, fibrosis, hardening, etc, which are also incurable with western medicine. In order to cure enlarged prostate or bph, all these complications must be treated properly and effectively so that the doctor can cure enlarged prostate and prostatitis completely and thoroughly.

Urinary Symptoms of Swollen Prostate

The most noticeable symptoms of swollen prostate are urination related, such as urgent urination, frequent urination. Many patients also have symptoms such as unable to empty the bladder completely, weak urine stream. These urinary symptoms are caused by the enlargement of the prostate that compresses the prostatic urethra and hinders the flow of urine. Sometimes during prostatectomy, chunks of dissolved blockage may accidentally block the urethra and cause inability to urinate temporarily, and a urethral catheter is used to drain urine out of the bladder.

Assistant Treatment for Complications of Swollen Prostate

It is common that swollen prostate may cause other complications such as proctitis. In some cases, hard stools, bleed and discomfort in the rectum and colon. During prostatectomy, our doctor will apply rectal perfusion assistant treatment to improve these symptoms and cure them eventually.

Prostate Shrinkage an Indicator of Improvement

In clinical experience, when a severely swollen prostate has shrunk significantly after a few sessions of prostatectomy, the patient often get a satisfactory cure because it indicates efficient unblocking process. The dramatic shrinkage also facilitate eradication of prostate infections.

Reduction of Prostate Symptoms and Pain after Prostatectomy

After successful completion of prostatectomy, it takes some time for the prostate to get rid of all symptoms and pain completely. It is normal that some residual symptoms and pain are still there immediately after prostate surgery and it will go away gradually in a few months time. You will get a complete cure when you don't feel any pain and symptoms anymore.

Surgery for Enlarged or Swollen Prostate

Prostatitis Consultation

In the first day arriving the surgery center, our urologists will have an in-depth and comprehensive consultation with you. The surgery center will review all aspects of your symptoms, pain of enlarged prostate, and the related connection with prostatitis. The surgery center will review previous lab tests, diagnosis and treatments done in your country. All previous documents are for reference only as we will perform a comprehensive test on you specifically for enlarged prostate and prostatitis.

Digital Rectal Examination (DRE)

In order to get the correct specimen for testing and to examine the condition of the prostate, the doctor will perform digital rectal examination or DRE, after initial discussion. A gloved finger is inserted to the prostate through rectum and detect for swelling, hardening, calcifications, lumps, cysts, fibrosis and other symptoms. Size of the prostate is also an important indicator of the severity of enlargement in the prostate.

Getting Prostate Fluid from Tip of Penis

Next step, the doctor will perform a vigorous massage on the prostate to collect a few drops of prostatic fluid in the tip of penis. Often the procedure is extremely painful because the enlarged prostate is infected and inflamed. Extracting prostate fluid in the tip of penis is the only correct way to obtain specimen for lab test because the pressure from the finger forces bacteria out of the obstructed glands to flow to the urethra.

Laboratory Tests and Examinations

After prostate fluid specimen is collected, it is immediately used for various lab tests and examination. First, the surgery doctor will examine prostate fluid under microscope to check for particles of blockage, white blood cells, red blood cells, color, lecithin and other abnormal symptoms. Then, the prostate fluid is used for specific culture tube test for Mycoplasma and Ureaplasma, also, culture plate test for various bacteria commonly found in prostatitis and enlarged prostate, such as Trichomonas, Enterococcus, Staphylococcus, Corynebacteria, Pseudomonas.

Blood Test for Chlamydia and Viral Infections

For Chlamydia and viral infections, blood test is used. Typically, we will check for presence of Chlamydia, HSV, HPV, CMV and Coxsackie Virus. Once viral pathogen is found, a specific viral drip treatment is needed.

Semen Analysis

If possible, you are asked to ejaculate to allow surgery team to examine semen and sperm conditions. Semen is examined under microscope. Semen and sperm quality tell the surgery doctor severity of infection and blockage done on the prostate, spermatic ducts and the epididymis. Usually an infected prostate gives weak sperm mobility, low sperm count, delayed semen liquefaction and other abnormal symptoms.


After all lab reports are back, you are ready for prostatectomy. The prostate surgery provides a special path for both antibiotics and herbal medicine to penetrate to enlarged prostate effectively and safely. Each surgery session is simple and lasts only for thirty minutes. Selection of antibiotics depends on the types of pathogens the patient has. Herbal medicine is also used right from the beginning of prostatectomy as unblocking process takes longer time.

After antibiotics and herbal medicine solutions are mixed, prostatectomy begins. The patient will bend over so that it is convenient for surgery team to perform injection. First, a gloved finger is inserted to the rectum and check for spots in the prostate where most pain is felt. Once the spot is fixed, he will inject the needle to the prostate accurately and release medicine inside.

After Prostatectomy

The prostate surgery is not as painful as most patients thought and is generally tolerable although a few patients may experience strong pain sensation. After medicine is released, the doctor will massage the whole prostate for even penetration in various parts. A slow walk is advised to reduce pain sensation and it also helps medicine absorption. The pain sensation will subside in a few hours.

Urethral Perfusion - Assistant Treatment for Enlarged Prostate

Although infections are likely to be in the prostate, seminal vesicles, epididymis and spermatic ducts, some patients still experience symptoms and burning pain in the urethra. Perfusion is needed to eradicate infections in the urethra. Urethral perfusion is also an alternative method for medicine to penetrate into the prostate through urethra.

Rectal Perfusion - Assistant Treatment for Enlarged Prostate

Sometimes infected and enlarged prostate affects the rectum and colon and cause inflammation and other symptoms, such as proctitis, burning rectum, inflamed rectum, difficult to pass stools, stools with blood, hard stools, etc. Rectal perfusion is needed to eradicate inflammation and infection in rectum and colon. Herbal medicine fluid is perfused into the rectum and colon through a catheter. Herbal medicine not only improves inflamed condition and softens stools, it also penetrates into the prostate through rectal lining.

Magnetic Massage - Assistant Treatment for Enlarged Prostate

Since enlarged prostate is mostly caused by blockage, calcifications, cysts, abscess and lumps, magnetic massage can effectively loosen the mass and obstruction and speed up the unblocking process by bombarding particles of the obstruction.


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