Prostate Treatment for Prostate Blockage 


Prostate blockage is a stealthy symptom of prostatitis and it is the major cause of most prostate symptoms and pain. Although prostatectomy and TURP surgery are capable of disintegrating prostatic blockage, traditional surgery and treatments have difficulties in curing prostatitis with blocked prostate. The western medical science has neglected this prostate problem or does not have any effective cure for it when treating prostatitis.

Prostatectomy to Treat Swollen Prostate

Latest prostatectomy and TURP surgery have pioneered in the treatment of enlarged prostate, BPH, benign prostatic hyperplasia, prostatic hypertrophy. The prostate surgery infiltrates into the prostate through pelvic path with antibiotics and herbal medicine to decompose waste and mass that form prostatic swelling.


Formation of Prostate Blockage

Western treatments for prostatitis are always on the eradication of infection. In fact, most cases of prostatitis are curable with oral antibiotics during the acute stage. The time frame effective for oral antibiotics is roughly three months after the first sign of prostatitis.

After three months, the condition is chronic prostatitis and swollen prostate starts to form deposits in various parts of the organ. Since the deposits block everything from entering into the prostate, including blood capillaries, prostatic acini, the prostate is now isolated from rest of the body. Only small amount of antibiotics or white blood cells can break through. Now, prostatitis is basically incurable with oral antibiotics, and the condition of infected prostate will get worse over time.

Our new prostate surgery is based on an ingenious theory unknown to western medical science. Prostatectomy an TURP surgery help antibiotics penetrating into the prostate through a special passage near the perineum area. The injected medicine consists of not just antibiotics (for infection), but also herbal medicine (for blockage, calculus, cysts, lumps, etc.). This is a complete new way to cure prostatitis safely and effectively.


Relationship between Prostate Blockage and Prostatitis

Prostatitis always begin with infection in urethra, and it travels along urethra to rear urethra, seminal vesicles, prostate, ejaculatory duct and epididymis.

Acute prostatitis lasts roughly three months, these genital organs are infected, inflamed, congested but not blocked or calcified.

After three months, it advances to chronic prostatitis. Bacteria metabolism, waste, toxin and dead bodies accumulate and form deposits in the whole genital system. Prostate, epididymis and seminal vesicles are the popular organs for blockage formation due to their special structures. In some cases, vas deferens are also blocked and enlarged.

Prostate is the perfect organ for prostatic blockage because the glands are long, small and twisted. It is also the most difficult organ for blockage removal and affects our prostatectomy, TURP surgery and other prostate surgery efficiency.

Prostatitis has a close link with prostate blockage. First, it is one of the prostatic symptoms and is also the source of many other symptoms. Second, the existence of prostate blockage affects penetration of medicine, thus it reduces greatly chance of s cure. Third, it is the cause of all urinary symptoms. Fourth, it causes enlargement of the prostate. Fourth, it compresses the nerve in the prostate and cause lower back pain and tingling foot. In short, blockage and obstruction has a much bigger role in prostatitis.


Problems in Treating Prostatic Blockage

Western Medicine View on Blockage and Prostatitis

Western medical science has neglected the issue of blockage in prostatitis. In fact, it has neglected prostatitis for many years and is continuing doing so. It is no surprise your doctor and urologist disagree that there are such things as blockage and obstruction in the prostate.

Our Clinic, Doctor and Surgery

On the contrary, our surgery center has devoted time and effort on surgery that include solutions to all problems of prostatitis. It encompasses eradication of infection, and also the obstruction and blockage. It not only cures these problems in the prostate, it also cures them in rest of the genital system, including epididymis, ejaculatory duct, seminal vesicles and urethra. With the surgery so comprehensive and meticulous that it is possible to cure most patients who came to us.


Blockage and Surgery

In fact, blockage is the biggest obstacle when treating prostatitis. It is the source of most symptoms and pain. It blocks the glands and obstruct the flow of prostatic fluid and blood supply in and out of the prostate. Even worse, it provides an environment for pathogens to hide and thrive.

Obstruction Complications

The wide spread of blockage, obstruction and calculus has a serious impact on prostatitis. First, medicine is not able to enter the prostate easily. Second, it obstructs the flow of infected fluid, toxin and waste out of the prostate. Third, it prevents medicine from flowing and reaching every part inside the prostate. Fourth, it provides a favorable condition for bacteria survival even though prostatectomy and TURP surgery are administered. In many cases, obstruction of cysts, lumps and calculus affects other genital organs, such as epididymis, vas deferens and seminal vesicles, and causes epididymitis, deferentitis and seminal vesiculitis.

Unsatisfactory Treatment for Prostatitis

Even though some doctors have realized the importance of blockage in prostatitis, they lack of effective treatment or surgery to get rid of this obstruction as the only treatment available is oral antibiotics and pain killer.

Inaccurate Laboratory Test

Identification of blockage is also not easy even with modern laboratory. For example, ultrasound scan can only detect irregular shape or size, and calculus, but blockage and obstruction show no obvious sign with the scan.

Digital Rectal Examination (DRE)

Digital rectal examination, or DRE, is the direct method for detection of blockage and obstruction. A gentle massage on different part of the prostate tells the doctor the severity of blockage. A heavily blocked and obstructed prostate is usually inflexible, even hard when touched, with uneven and rough surface.

Prostatic Obstruction and Blockage

Obstructed Prostate Causes Relapses

In some rare cases that antibiotics has cured all possible infections in the prostate, the cure is fragile and only temporary if most of the blockage is not removed. After some time, obstruction and blockage will promote the growth of bacteria and eventually lead to relapses. For instance, when one gets a cold or other diseases that has lowered the immune system for some time, certain bacteria will overgrow and dominate in the prostate. Due to this reason, our prostate surgery will treat infection and obstruction throughout the treatment so that both stubborn problems can be solved satisfactorily at the end of the surgery.

Synergy of Antibiotics and Herbal Medicine

This synergy is very important in the success of our prostatectomy compared with other prostate treatments, and it is the exclusive component of our prostate surgery system.

Antibiotics inhibit bacteria growth and eventually eradicate these pathogens, and it helps reducing or stopping further accumulation of waste and deposit from toxin, dead bodies and metabolism of bacteria. On the other hand, herbal medicine is able to soften and dissolve pieces of blockage and obstruction, shrink them bit by bit, reopen the glands, restore blood circulation and production of prostate fluid. The herbal medicine not just eliminates hostile condition that hinders antibiotics to work efficiently, it also reverses the hostile condition to a friendly condition that facilitate antibiotics penetration.

The synergy significantly enhances the efficiency of prostatectomy and TURP surgery, and also the cure rate. A complete and permanent cure is based on whether a surgery can completely and permanently eradicate infections and obstruction in the prostate.

Surgery Duration

It usually take four to six weeks for prostatectomy and TURP surgery to get rid of infection and blockage. Most patients have symptoms and pain significantly reduced in the middle of prostate surgery, and a full and complete recovery will be achieved after three months of rehabilitation.

Traditional Prostate Surgery vs New Prostate Surgery

Many patients are skeptical about the effectiveness of our new prostate surgery. In their mind, western medical science is far superior. This is partially true in some medical areas. However, in prostatitis, there is still no satisfactory treatment or surgery available. There are many reasons that are causing the situation. However, in our view, blockage and obstruction are not given enough attention and properly studied and therefore no treatment or surgery is invented to solve these blockage and obstruction problems.

Our surgery team understands the intertwine relationship between obstruction, blockage, infection and prostatitis. The key is that we have found the right herbs and the proper proportion to dissolve these blockage without resort to radical surgery. After removal of blockage, infection can now be eradicated easily and the cure is real without any infection and blockage. On the other hand, radical surgery can only remove some blockage by damaging or cutting part of the prostate tissue but the infection is still there. After some time, infection will form blockage again.

Comparison with Other Prostate Surgery

A few doctors in western countries also practice new prostate surgery. They inject only antibiotics to the prostate and there are only a few injections for the whole surgery. These primitive prostate surgery are not promising because simply pumping antibiotics in the prostate that are heavily blocked and obstructed is not effective. Infection will return immediately after surgery.

Even these specialized prostate surgeries have no idea about obstruction and blockage, not to mention solution for these stubborn problems. Furthermore, total sessions of injections for the whole surgery is only a fraction of our prostate surgery which is obviously not sufficient enough. Prostatectomy and TURP surgery require at least sixty to eighty injections on various parts of enlarged prostate, swollen epididymis, enlarged vas deferens and seminal vesicles. The numbers are based on the bacteria growth cycle, blockage and calculus dissolving process, and the degree of complications.

Clinical Procedures for Prostatectomy

Prostatitis Consultation

After arriving surgery center, you will have a pre-treatment consultation with our surgery team. We will review the details of your symptoms, pain and causes of prostatitis. It is also helpful to know previous diagnosis, treatments and lab tests. If you have medical reports with you, we will also examine them.

Digital Rectal Examination (DRE)

Next step, the surgery team will examine the prostate with digital rectal examination (DRE). He will insert a gloved finger into the rectum and massage the prostate and observe the size of swelling, degree of hardening, or check for other abnormal structures such as abscess, lumps, calculus, fibrosis, etc.

Extracting Prostate Fluid

Then, a vigorous massage is done to extract prostate fluid in the head of penis. The procedure is very painful as the infected prostate is squeezed with a lot of pressure. It is also a very important procedure because it is the only right method to force bacteria out of the prostate with its fluid. The collected fluid specimen contains high concentration of bacteria for lab test.

Laboratory Tests and Examinations

The fluid specimen is then used for a variety of lab tests. The most common bacteria are mycoplasma and ureaplasma, and other common bacteria such as Staphylococcus, Trichomonas, Pseudomonas, Enterococcus, Corynebacteria. We will also use blood test for Chlamydia. Furthermore, the doctor will show you the prostate fluid under microscopic view. Typically you will find particles of blockage, calculus, and also dead white blood cells and red blood cells. The doctor will show you again at the end of surgery to let you compare the difference.

Semen Analysis

You are then asked to produce semen sample by ejaculation, and then viewed under a microscope. Semen analysis is another way to know how much damage is done to the sperms, semen and fertility. First, the doctor check color, volume and viscosity of semen, then sperm mobility, sperm count, dead sperm and other abnormal symptoms. At the end of surgery, the doctor will retest semen again to let you compare the difference.

Prostatectomy and TURP Surgery

The prostate surgery is performed daily and each daily treatment session lasts about thirty minutes. After knowing the exact type of bacteria present, the surgery team will select the right kind of antibiotics for injection along with the herbal medicine solution. After mixing with both medicines, the solution is sucked to a syringe and ready for surgery.

The patient will bend over and get ready for prostatectomy. The doctor first inserts a gloved finger to the rectum and examines different parts of the prostate. He will tell you the changes of the prostate from previous day. Then, he locates the spot for injection by moving his finger. The needle is injected near the perineum. The finger in the rectum now gets near the needle and push it to the desired direction together with the other hand. Once the needle has reached the spot, medicine is administered by pushing the plunger.

After Prostatectomy

When all medicine fills up the prostate, the doctor will massage the prostate for better penetration into different parts. Some patients may have strong pain sensation but most patients find the pain tolerable. A slow walk is recommended to relieve the discomfort and for better medicine absorption.

Urinary Perfusion - Assistant Surgery

Urinary perfusion is one of the popular and effective assistant surgery in the clinic. It is particularly effective in prostatitis cases with severe urethral symptoms and pain. Urinary perfusion eliminates infection in urethra and is an alternative method for medicine entering the prostate through urethra.

Rectal Perfusion - Assistant Surgery

Rectal perfusion is good for prostatitis with severe colon and rectum inflammation, such as proctitis, burning rectum, inflamed rectum, hard stools. The medicine will be administered to the rectum and colon through a catheter. Herbal medicine improves the inflamed condition and reduces discomfort. In addition, medicine can also penetrate into the prostate through rectal lining.


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