Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome
is commonly known as chronic prostatitis. and this condition, accounting for 90%-95% of prostatitis diagnoses, is also known as chronic nonbacterial prostatitis, and can be divieded into Inflammatory CP/CPPS and nonInflammatory CP/CPPS. In the inflammatory form, urine, semen, and other fluids from the prostate contain pus cells (dead white blood cells or WBCs), whereas in the non-inflammatory form no pus cells are present.
The etiology of male CPPS is not fully understood but treatment options are variable.
Many patients with CPPS first use over-the-counter pain medications, like ibuprofen, to manage their pain. For brief flare-ups of pain, this can release inflammation and symptoms. However, this treatment plan doesn’t resolve the underlying cause of your pain. Because of this, it’s only recommended in combination with other therapies or for short periods of time. Other medications that may show some benefit include: antidepressants, antibiotics, alpha blockers.
Trigger point release therapy on pelvic floor and abdominal muscles, and also yoga-type exercises with the aim of relaxing pelvic floor and abdominal muscles. A prostatic massage can help ease prostate infection symptoms.
Home remedy for prostatitis
1. Drink cranberry or carrot juice: A glass of cranberry or carrot juice, which has properties that dislodge bacteria from the bladder wall so that loose invading bacteria are washed away, is an excellent remedy for prostatitis and other prostrate diseases.
2. Drink more water to help keep the system flushed.
3. Eat plenty of high-fiber foods such as vegetables and whole grain breads.
4. Natural herbs. Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill
can be used as an alternative supplements to control the symptoms of prostatitis. This product contains many natural herbs with excellent diuretic properties in keeping urinary tract clean by systemic flushing. It also contains flavonoids and other natural compounds that reduce prostatitis inflammation and helps clears toxins from the body.
Some treatments will realy do wok, and researchers are constantly looking for new therapies to help. If you’re ready to talk to a specialist about your pain, herbalist Lee Xiaoping, who specializes in the field of male and female reproductive and urinary system disease for 30 years, can help you. She will help you find the treatments you need to relieve your pain.