Prostate Pain 


Prostate pain is one of the major symptoms of prostatitis, whether it be bacterial or nonbacterial. The clinic cures prostate pain with prostatectomy and TURP surgery. This is the only prostate surgery which allow antibiotics to maintain extremely high concentration in the prostate. In addition, the prostate surgery use herbal medicine to break up obstruction, blockage, lumps, abscess, cyst and calculus in the prostate, epididymis, ejaculatory duct and seminal vesicles.

Prostatectomy and TURP Surgery

Our surgery center knows the causes of prostate pain and has a real and proven surgery solution for prostatitis. New prostate surgery such as TURP surgery and prostatectomy have shown proven track record in curing prostate pain in the past years. The focus of the prostate surgery is to eradicate cause behind prostate pain and not try to reduce pain superficially. The causes of prostatic pain are swelling, obstruction and infections in the prostate.


Causes of Prostate Pain

Prostate Pain and Acute Prostatitis

When infected with acute prostatitis, the prostate starts to form congestion and swelling. Toxin and metabolic activities from bacteria infection will cause prostate pain and discomfort. The typical symptoms are dull pain in the perineum or in the area between the anus and the scrotum. Patients often can feel hot and burning sensation in the prostate.

Prostate Pain and Chronic Prostatitis

When infected with chronic prostatitis, the prostate is swollen, obstructed, enlarged and hardened. Prostate swelling causes discomfort and pain in the perineum. Also, obstruction of the prostate squeezes nerve and causes weird symptoms and pain, such as lower back pain, tingling sensation in the thigh and foot. In some severe prostate infection cases, obstruction may spread to vas deferens and epididymis and cause groin pain and scrotal pain.


Prostate Pain and Bacterial Prostatitis

In bacterial prostatitis, the urologist need to know the kind of bacteria infection is causing your problem based on laboratory test reports. Most common bacteria are: Pseudomonas, Staphylococcus, Corynebacteria, Enterococcus, Trichomonas, etc. However, Chlamydia, Ureaplasma and Mycoplasma are not easily identified in hospital laboratory and are always classified as nonbacterial prostatitis. Generally speaking, bacterial prostatitis is easier to treat than nonbacterial prostatitis because the doctor knows the kind of bacteria you have and prescribe specific antibiotics to enhance cure rate.

Prostate Pain and Nonbacterial Prostatitis

In nonbacterial prostatitis, the urologist do not know what kind of bacteria infection is causing your problem based on laboratory tests. The lab tests are either not sensitive enough, or the doctor uses urine/semen as specimen for the tests. It is very common that many lab reports show negative results for any bacteria infection yet the patient knows clearly he is infected with an infection.

Many hospitals and clinics may not have a comprehensive lab test to cover a full spectrum of possible pathogens, especially Chlamydia, Ureaplasma, Mycoplasma. These pathogens are extremely stealthy and hard to get detected in a lab. Furthermore, these pathogens are not as sensitive to antibiotics as other common bacteria, so nonbacterial prostatitis comprises the main bulk of chronic prostatitis cases.


Different Kind of Prostate Pain

Prostate pain is only one of the symptoms of prostatitis. The pain may come from the scrotum, perineum, groin, lower back, thigh and foot. Swelling, infection and compressed nerve are the major causes of prostate pain.

Problems in Treatment of Prostate Pain

There are a lot obstacles treating prostate pain by traditional treatments or surgery. Many prostate surgery and treatment end up with recurrence.

Palliative Treatment to Treat Prostate Pain

Due to limited understanding on prostatitis and limited treatment options, doctors and urologists have no answer for the cause of prostate pain. Some even refuse to accept the existence of such pain even when patients keep complaining about it. After failure of antibiotics treatment, doctors can only prescribe pain relievers to relieve prostate pain. This kind of palliative treatment is of little effect because the causes of prostate pain are infection and blockage.


Lack of Effective Treatment for Prostate Pain

The reality is that oral antibiotics is the only treatment option available for prostatitis. Once the treatment fails, the doctor has no other treatment option available. Many doctors and urologists do not understand that prostate pain is just the symptom of blockage and infection, and should never be the focus of a prostate surgery. The correct way to cure prostate pain is to eradicate infection and remove obstruction in the swollen prostate. After these two major obstacles are solved, there should be minimal prostate pain left. However, traditional western treatment is of little use in treating obstruction and infection, that is the reason why prostate pain keeps coming back.

Treat Prostate Pain Directly

Although prostate pain is the most unbearable symptom of prostatitis, there is no direct cure for it. When your doctor prescribes pain killer for your prostatitis, it is useless for your pain problem. Prostatectomy and TURP surgery treat prostate pain with two strategies, shrinking and softening the swollen prostate, and complete eradication of prostatic infection.

Prostate Gland Structure

The complex structure of the prostate gland is easy to get obstructed when it is infected. Bacteria produces waste and dead bodies and are trapped in the glands. Furthermore, the surface layer is an obstacle for the penetration of medicine. The toxin, waste and infection cause irritations, discomfort and pain.

Antibiotics Ineffective for Prostate Blockage

Although antibiotics is effective for some cases of acute chronic prostatitis, it is not effective when the prostate becomes chronic. When one is with chronic prostatitis for some time, blockage, obstruction and swelling in the prostate will slowly appear. Our surgery center is the first and the only surgery center that knows about the role of blockage and has effective surgery to deal with it. We find that obstruction in the prostate determines chances of relapses. However, traditional surgery and treatment are still unaware of the role of blockage when treating prostatitis, so recurrence is very high.

Prostatectomy for Prostate Pain

Prostatectomy consists of a long needle and a syringe. The medicine is a mixture of both antibiotics and herbal medicine. A long needle is a custom made extra long and thin needle, designed for prostate surgery injection. The needle is a passage for the medicine entering to the prostate.

Antibiotics is selected based on the type of bacteria the patient is infected with. During prostate surgery, switching to different antibiotics is possible. Herbal medicine is administered from first day of prostatectomy. Dissolving process takes time, so large volume of herbal medicine is pumped into the prostate so as to speed up unblocking process. The surgery center will not treat your prostate pain but he will go directly to solve the root causes behind the pain symptoms. Prostatectomy indeed is a surgery for blockage and obstruction in the prostate.

Prostate Surgery Procedure

The first step of prostatectomy is to eradicate prostate infection because it is the root of all symptoms and pain. Our laboratory tests find out what are the pathogens that are causing the problems, then based on the results, specific antibiotics or viral medicine is selected.

The second step of the prostatitis treatment is to decompose waste and deposit that cause blockage and obstruction along the small glands. A specific herbal medicine formula is added in the solution. This formula is very important because it clears waste, deposit, blockage and calculus that hinder antibiotics effectiveness. The surgical formula also greatly enhances the chance of permanent cure without relapse.

Post Prostatectomy

Once prostate infection is inhibited and obstruction is partly removed, the patient will immediately feel reduction of prostate pain and other symptoms. At the end of prostatectomy, most patients have significant reduction of prostate pain and symptoms. Generally speaking, the amount of prostate blockage remains determines the degree of prostate pain left.

Calcified prostate can also be dissolved by herbal medicine. However, it will take more time because calculus is much harder and denser than deposit. Multiple spots of calcification are very common in chronic prostatitis and they cause various prostatic symptoms and pain.

TURP Surgery Procedure

First, the surgery team put proper amount of antibiotics in a solution with herbal medicine, and then put in a syringe. A gloved finger is inserted to the prostate through anus and locates the area for injection, then injection is performed near the anus. The needle will enter the prostate with guidance of gloved finger. Medicine is pumped into the prostate to fight infection and blockage.

After medicine solution is released, the gloved finger massages the prostate right after the doctor withdraws the needle. The prostate is now filled with medicine solution and patient should feel some pain and discomfort. A slow walk will help to relieve the pain from the prostate surgery.


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