Prostate Symptoms 

 

Prostate symptoms of bacterial prostatitis and nonbacterial prostatitis are similar. A new prostatectomy that integrates penetration, antibiotics and herbal medicine is a new approach to cure prostatitis effectively and permanently.

Prostate Symptoms

Prostate symptoms can be classified into the following groups:

Infection 

Infection in the prostate is the source of various urological symptoms. Although prostate infection is not always easily detected in hospital laboratory tests, many have obvious symptoms that indicate the presence of certain bacteria, Chlamydia, Ureaplasma and Mycoplasma. Infection not only affects the prostate, it also invades other genital organs such as the epididymis (epididymitis), vas deferens (deferentitis), urethra (urethritis) and seminal vesicles (vesiculitis).

 

The most noticeable prostate symptoms are hot or burning sensation in the perineum, stinging and burning sensation in urethra. Prostate symptoms intensify when one sits for long time, during and after sex/ejaculation, after having alcohol or spicy food, or drink very little water.

Many prostate infections are caused by sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) after they have unprotected or unsafe sex. The following are some of the common pathogens:

 

Prostate Pain 

Prostate pain is one of the symptoms of prostatitis. Some of the common prostate symptoms are

Epididymis and Testicles 

Most cases of prostatitis often come with other complications, such as epididymitis. This is because infection will travel to other genital organs once it reaches the prostate. When bacteria invade epididymis and testicles, it will cause discomfort and pain sensation. When bacteria invade seminal vesicles, it is swollen and congested. Some of the symptoms from epididymis and testicles as follows:

 

Urinary Tract Infection 

Urinary symptoms are also common prostate symptoms. When bacteria invade the prostate, it starts to swell, block the urethra and affects the flow of urine. Urinary symptoms include:

 

Blockage, Obstruction and Calcification 

In chronic prostatitis, blockage and obstruction of the prostate is inevitable when deposit and waste from bacteria activities accumulate. After a few years, these deposits and waste will turn into harder structure called calculus or stones.

Infection not only cause prostatitis, it also causes epididymitis, deferentitis, urethritis, seminal vesiculitis, NSU, NGU, urinary tract infection (UTI). When prostatitis progresses, other prostate symptoms will develop, such as prostatic cyst, epididymal cyst, pus, lumps, fibrosis, calculus, sclerosis, hardening, stones, calcification and abscess. These abnormal structures will cause blockage and obstruction in the prostate, epididymis, vas deferens and seminal vesicles, and possibly calculus in the long term.

Sexual Functions

Sexual functions can be severely affected when one is suffering from prostatitis. Although these prostate symptoms are of most concern to men, restoration of these functions is not difficult after taking prostatectomy or TURP surgery.

Infection, blockage, obstruction and inflammation affect sexual functions tremendously. These problems not only present in the prostate, they also present in epididymis, vas deferens and seminal vesicles when one is having prostate infection. Pain sensation, discomfort and irritation prevent a man from getting normal sexual erection, libido and enjoyable ejaculation.

Sexual symptoms that are related to prostatitis:

Other Prostate Symptoms

Many prostate symptoms are strange. Clinically, some cases have weird prostate symptoms that look unrelated to prostatitis. Some examples are:

Prostate Surgery Program

The surgery center diagnoses the causes and condition of prostate infection based on your prostate symptoms. The surgery plan may include the following:

Prostatectomy Procedures

Initial Consultation

In the first day of your arrival, the surgery team will have a comprehensive consultation with you. He needs to know the cause, symptoms and pain pattern, previous diagnosis, laboratory tests and treatments done with your local doctors. He will examine the medical reports, laboratory exam reports brought with you.

Laboratory Test

After consultation, you will have a comprehensive laboratory examination. The doctor will perform digital rectal examination to see the condition of the prostate, for instance, degree of swelling, any lumps present, hardening, etc. Then, a vigorous massage is done to extract a few drops of prostatic fluid out of the penis. Since the prostate is blocked, calcified, inflamed and infected, the massage will be extremely painful.

The collected prostate fluid is immediately used for culture testing of Mycoplasma and Ureaplasma, and also for a long list of other common and STD bacteria. The doctor will show you the particles of calculus, blockage, dead white blood cells, red blood cells, if any, under the microscope view and let yourself know the condition of your prostate.

Then comes the semen analysis. If you are physically fit, you will provide semen for analysis immediately after the DRE. The doctor first check semen color, viscosity, mixture or particles, then it is viewed under microscope to check the sperm count, dead sperms, abnormal sperms, sperm mobility etc. You will also have a chance to view the microscopic view of the sperms too.

Prostatectomy

The next day, you will most likely get some of the laboratory test results, ie, Mycoplasma and Ureaplasma. If confirmed positive, you will have prostatectomy starting that day. Based on the kind of pathogens you have, the doctor will select the right kind of antibiotics, and prepare a special herbal medicine solution for the prostate surgery.

You will bend over a bed and hold knees close to the chest. The doctor first examine the prostate by inserting a gloved finger through anus, then massage different parts of the prostate gently. A moment later, the finger will locate a desired spot for surgery. Now, the other hand will hold a syringe filled with antibiotics and herbal medicine solution and injects to the perineum spot. Once the extreme long and thin needle is half way through, the finger in the rectum will locate the needle and guide it to the desired spot accurately. After the needle is injected to the prostate, the medicine solution is released. The whole prostate surgery takes only a few minutes.

After Prostate Surgery

After all medicine solution is emptied, the doctor slowly withdraw the needle. The finger in rectum massages the prostate gently for a minute. This is for better medicine penetration. Now the medicine fills up glands of the prostate, and the surgery is completed.

Urinary Perfusion - Assistant Surgery

In some cases of prostatitis that a man has obvious urethral symptoms and pain, they may need assistant surgery for these problems. Urinary perfusion is an effective way for elimination of infection in the urethra, and is another way for penetration of medicine to the prostate through prostatic openings.

Rectal Perfusion - Assistant Surgery

If the inflammation in the prostate affects the colon and rectum, it will cause proctitis, hard stools, burning rectum, etc, you may need the rectal perfusion to improve and cure the condition. Herbal medicine solution is injected to the rectum where it is close to the prostate, and the medicine is absorbed by the wall of rectum and colon. With daily medicine absorption, the inflamed rectum and colon will improve gradually.

Magnetic Massage - Assistant Treatment

Magnetic massage is effective in shaking up the particles of blockage, calculus and cyst so that it speeds up the unblocking and decalcification process. This assistant treatment is useful for patients with severe blockage, cyst and calcification.

Cure Standard

Below are clinical cure standard on prostate symptoms.

Prostate Infection

Complete, permanent and thorough clearance of all identified infection, including common bacteria, STD bacteria, Chlamydia, Ureaplasma, Mycoplasma, candida and fungi. The clearance not just covers the prostate, it also include the epididymis, seminal vesicles, vas deferens, urethra and rectum.

Prostate Swelling

Shrinkage of enlarged prostate, restoration of its original size, shape and texture. The shrinkage also covers seminal vesicles, epididymis, vas deferens.

Prostate Calculus

Complete or significant reduction of prostate abscess, calculus, sclerosis, stones, cyst, fibrosis, calcification and pus. These also apply to epididymis and seminal vesicles.

Prostate Blockage

Complete removal of blockage and obstruction in the prostate. Reopen blocked prostate glands, obstructed epididymis, blocked seminal vesicles, clogged vas deferens.

Prostate Function

Significant restoration of prostate functions, and also the texture. Complete restoration three months after completion of prostate surgery.

Prostate Pain

Significant reduction of prostate pain and symptoms. It also includes groin (groin pain), testicle (testicle pain, scrotal pain, testicular pain), back (lower back pain), perineum (perineal pain, sitting pain and discomfort), limbs (tingling foot and thigh). Complete reduction of pain will take a few months.

Body Recovery

Significant recovery of general health, rebuild body strength, improved libido, return of fertility, forceful ejaculation, hard erection, regain sexual drive. Complete recovery takes three months.

Impotence

Improved sperm mobility and count. Improved semen quality with better viscosity. No more impotence, weak ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, yellow semen.

Mental State

Regain confidence, positive attitude.

 

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