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Prostate Complications

The prostate gland is a walnut-sized gland located directly below the bladder in men. It wraps around the urethra, a tube that carries urine from the bladder. The prostate is a subsidiary gland organ in the male genitourinary system. It is adjacent to the seminal vessels, vas deferens, urethra, bladder and rectum. When the prostate disease occurs, it is easy to affect the surrounding organs, resulting in genitourinary dysfunction and some complex complications.

     

Prostatic disease has the following common complications:

Epididymitis

Epididymitis is a common disease among young and middle aged males. Most of patients who have epididymitis have chronic prostatitis as well. Pathogens such as,Chlamydia, mycoplasma/ureaplasma, gonorrhea, escherichia coli, streptococcus, and other pathogens move into the epididymis through the spermatic duct and cause epididymitis. Thus, epididymitis is most often a secondary disease of urethritis, prostatitis and Vesiculitis. Epididymitis can also occur after urethra instrumentation or long-term indwelling catheterization.

Clinically epididymitis is divided into two types, acute epididymitis and chronic epididymitis.

The attack of acute epididymitis is quite fast. The acute epididymitis symptoms include discomfort in the scrotum on the infected side, and strong pain and inflammation in the local area. The pain can spread to the groin area, lower abdomen, and be accompanied by a general discomfort and fever. Physical examination: the epididymis is swollen with pain on examination. When the patient has severe inflammation, the infection will also cause swelling and produce a reddish color on the testicle(s) and scrotum.

Chronic epididymitis is more common than acute epididymitis. Most of patients who have chronic epididymitis also have chronic prostatitis. They often do not have a history of acute epididymitis. The chronic epididymitis symptoms include: pain in the scrotum and/or testicle(s), floating pain, pain in the lower abdomen, and pain inner side of the thigh. If a patient has chronic epididymitis on both left and right sides, the amount of sperm will be reduced, which can cause infertility. Physical examination: epididymis may appear swollen, hardening, induration, tenderness, and/or the homolateral spermatic duct is blocked and has thickened.

The 3D Targeted Treatment for Epididymitis

Simple acute epididymitis can often be completely cured within one week of 3D Targeted Treatment. Acute epididymitis combined with acute prostatitis can often be completely cured within two weeks of 3D Targeted Treatment. Over the last 20 years, our cure rate for treating acute epididymitis is 100%.

Chronic epididymitis always coexists with chronic prostatitis. Both conditions must be treated at the same time. The best treatment for these conditions is our 3D Targeted Treatment. Just like our 3D Prostatitis Treatment, our 3D Epididymitis Treatment involves the three critical factors: (1) proper examination and laboratory testing to accurately identify pathogens, (2) Targeted injection of the most effective antibiotics into the epididymis infected areas to kill pathogens, and (3) Targeted injection of the unblocking medicine into epididymal tubes and clear blocked passageways.

Simple chronic epididymitis can often be completely cured within two weeks of 3D Targeted Treatment Chronic epididymitis combined with prostatitis can often be completely cured within four weeks of 3D Targeted Treatment. Over the last 20 years, our cure rate for treating chronic epididymitis is over 95%.

   

Seminal Vesiculitis

Vesiculitis is the inflammation of the seminal vesicles. The seminal vesicles and the prostate gland are anatomically neighbors. They are connected. By means of a prostate massage the grape-sized seminal vesicles can be touched over both sides of the prostate. The excretory tube of seminal vesicle and the end of vas deferens converge and form ejaculatory duct. This duct passes through the prostate into the urethra. Because of their anatomical relationship, prostatitis (prostate infection) is easily spread to the seminal vesicle, which causes vesiculitis. Seventy Percent of prostatitis cases involves vesiculitis. Once the seminal vesicles are infected, inflammatory secretions are silt easily to form blockage in many of the mucosal folds and turns. As a result, chronic vesiculitis occurs; cyst of seminal vesicle form, and calcification of seminal vesicle wall develop, etc.

The common pathogens of vesiculitis are similar to those of prostatitis. These pathogens include: bacteria, viruses, chlamydia, mycoplasma, and fungi, etc.

Hemospermia:

Hemospermia (blood in seminal fluid) is the main symptom of vesiculitis. Blood may appear during urination and ejaculation. The pain commonly associated with hemospermia occur in the abdomen and buttocks. This pain can radiate to the groin, waist and back, and the root of thigh. The pain symptoms can increase during or after ejaculation. Also, this condition can be accompanied by low libido, premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, and infertility, etc.

Routine examination of seminal fluid often indicate: decreased volume, increased viscosity, non-liquefaction, a large number of red blood cells, white blood cells, and positive semen pathogen cultures. When performing a digital rectal examination (DRE), seminal vesicle inflammation can be felt. The swelling is often accompanied with significant pain when pressing down on the glands. Through trans-rectal ultrasound, swollen seminal vesicles, rough seminal vesicle walls, seminal vesicle cysts, and calcification lesions of seminal vesicles can be found.

Conventional treatment methods (e.g., oral antibiotics, IV antibiotics, and intramuscular antibiotic injection) present difficultly in curing vesiculitis with these treatments showing a high failure rate.

In contrast, the 3D Targeted Treatment for vesiculitis has obtained a cure rate of greater than 95%. The 3D  Targeted Treatment for seminal vesicle infection consists of three elements: 1) A full set of laboratory tests to accurately diagnose pathogens and lesion sites; 2) Targeted transperineal injections directly into the infected seminal vesicle and lesion sites with the most effective antibiotics for complete killing of the pathogens; 3) Targeted transperineal injections directly into the seminal vesicle with unblocking medicines for removing blockage, calcification, cysts, and lesions. And, the discharging of toxins, blockage, and calcification substances.

Cystitis

Cystitis is inflammation of the bladder. Most of the time, bladder inflammation is caused by bacterial infection. Common cystitis pathogens include: E. coli, Paracolobacterium, Proteus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Streptococcus faecalis, Enterococcus, and Staphylococcus aureus. The Prostate is located below the bladder. Pathogens from the prostate (as a result of prostatitis, prostate inflammation, and prostate infection), can retrograde through the prostatic urethra into the bladder to cause cystitis. Prostatic hypertrophy, urinary tract obstruction, dysuria, uric acid deposit, bladder stones, and increased residual urine in the urinary bladder can also cause cystitis. And, prostate diseases that cause urinary retention, and/or indwelling catheters as a result of prostatectomy or prostate surgery can lead to cystitis.

Cystitis can be divided into acute cystitis and chronic cystitis. Acute cystitis often embodies sudden onset of symptoms, which include: burning and pain in the urinary tract when urinating, urgent and frequent urination (up to 5-6 times or more per hour), less reduced urinary volume (as low as a few drops), lower abdominal pain at the end of urination, turbid urine, hematuria, and mild pressing pain above the pubis and in the bladder area.

Chronic cystitis symptoms include those that reoccur and/or persist for a long time, such as, urinary frequency, urgency, and pain when urinating. However, they may not be as painful or seem as serious as in the acute phase.

According to the patient’s history of urinary frequency, urgency, and pain when urinating the routine examination of urine may indicate red blood cells, pus cells, and/or bacterial cultures having more than 100,000 bacterial counts per milliliter of urine. This can gave a clear diagnosis of cystitis.

For cystitis treatment includes: drinking plenty of water (preferably two liters per day), timely urination without holding back urine, and most importantly antibiotic treatment, which is the main treatment of cystitis. When antibiotic treatment is administered, the most effective antibiotics should be selected through pathogen sensitive testing.

Cystitis caused by the prostate disease can easily recur. The objective of the 3D Prostate Targeted Treatment is to eliminate prostate disease and urinary tract obstruction, thus reducing and eliminating cystitis, and preventing recurrence. We are very successful in achieving this objective safely and effectively.

Urethritis

Urethritis is very common urinary tract infection. Urethritis is often classified as non-gonococcal urethritis (the pathogens include:chlamydia trachomatis, ureaplasma urealyticum, fungus, trichomonas vaginalis, and herpes simplex virus, etc.),gonococcal urethritis is usually caused by neisseria gonorrhoeae, and non-specific urethritis (the most common pathogens are E coli, streptococcus, and staphylococcus,etc).

Urethritis Causes

1) Sexual Activity: unprotected sex can cause urinary tract infection.

2) Urethra injury: Injury and/or scratch of the urethral mucosal caused by urethral equipment inspection, etc., can cause bacterial infection.

3) Urethral obstruction: Obstructions, such as, urinary stone, urethra stricture, urethral tumor, and prostate calcification can cause urination difficulty and a secondary urinary tract infection.

4) Neighboring Infection: Inflammation and/or infection of neighboring glands and/or organs, such as, prostatitis,seminal vesiculitis, epididymitis, etc, cause urethritis. The inflammation and infection will spread and affect the urethra. These are the most common cause of urethritis.

Urethritis Symptoms

1) Urethral irritation symptoms include: frequent urination, urgent urination, pain, itching or burning sensation in the urethra.

2) The tip of urethra is reddish and swollen; discharge; tenderness along the urethra.

3) Increased amount of white blood cells (WBC) and red blood cells (RBC) in the urine. The first glass of urine shows abnormal result in the three-glass test.

4) Causative pathogens are detected in urethral smears, semen, prostate fluid, and/or blood samples.

Urethritis Treatment

1) Drink plenty of water, to increase the urine. Urination can flush the urethral discharge.

2) Use antispasmodic sedative analgesic medicine to reduce the pain. Use weak acid care solution to wash the vulva (women).

3) Rest, and avoid sexual contact during the acute period. No alcohol and spicy food.

4) Identify the causative pathogens and take the proper antibiotic treatment. Choose sensitive antibiotics according to the culture result and sensitivity results.

3D Targeted Treatment for Urethritis

If the urethritis turns chronic urethritis and does not respond to a normal course of proper oral antibiotic, then most likely the infection of neighboring organs and/or glands is the cause of the chronic urethritis. In this case it must be determined if prostatitis, epididymitis,sexually transmitted disease STD, and/or other genitourinary infection is the cause of the urethritis. If this is the case, then the other infected areas must be pathogen free, and blockage and/or calcification must be cleared to achieve urethritis cure. The best treatment to accomplish is our 3D Targeted Treatment, which includes 3D Urethritis Treatment. our 3D Urethritis Treatment involves the three critical factors: (1) proper examination and laboratory testing to accurately identify pathogens, (2) direct injection of the most effective antibiotics and unblocking medicine into the posterior urethral infected areas to kill pathogens,and clear blocked passageways.(3)urethral filling or bladder filling are helpful for patients who have stubborn urethritis or bladder infection.

   

Prostate Disease and Sexual Dysfunction

Male sexual dysfunction mainly includes: sexual desire disorder, erectile dysfunction, and ejaculation disorder. Sexual dysfunction caused by prostate disease shows decreased libido, premature ejaculation, and impotence. The reasons for sexual dysfunction caused by prostate disease are as follows:

(1) Long-term prostate infection can cause symptoms of prostate congestion and swelling, voiding pain, ejaculation pain, pelvic pain, and further induce sexual dysfunction;

(2) Prostate blockage and calcification caused by prostate disease can press the surrounding nerves and blood vessels. This pressure can lead to blood circulation disorder in the prostate and surrounding tissues, neurological disorder, and sexual dysfunction;

(3) Long-term inflammation can affect hormones secreted by the prostate (prostaglandins) and negatively affect sexual function;

(4) When prostate infections spread to the seminal vesicles and verumontanum, patients may experience significant ejaculation pain, hemospermia (blood in the semen), and low libido;

(5) When prostate infections spread to the epididymis and testis, pathogens, such as, viruses and chlamydia, can directly damage the testicular and epididymal cells and epididymal tubes become blocked. And, testis atrophy, decreased secretion of testosterone, secretion disorder of sex hormone, and impotence and infertility occur; and

(6) Recurrent prostate disease brings psychological and mental burdens to patients, which contribute to further sexual dysfunction. There are many reasons of sexual dysfunction.

If the diagnosis is prostate disease, which is determined to be the cause of the sexual dysfunction, patients receiving our 3D Prostate Targeted Treatment often recover their sexual function after all the pathogens are killed, and the blockage and calcification cleared.

Prostate Disease and Male Infertility

The prostate is a very important sexual organ for males. The function of the prostate is to secrete a slightly acidic fluid, milky or white in appearance, that usually constitutes 50–75% of the volume of the semen along with spermatozoa and seminal vesicle fluid. In healthy men, semen is made alkaline overall with the secretions from the other contributing glands, including, at least, the seminal vesicle fluid. The alkalinity of semen helps neutralize the acidity of the vaginal tract, prolonging the lifespan of sperm. Prostate disease, especially prostatitis, vesiculitis and epididymitis, can affect the semen quality and reduce male fertility resulting in infertility.

Prostatitis Causes Male Infertility

1) Reduction in the quality of semen occurs when the PH value drops because of prostatitis and/or infection. The osmotic pressure will increase, the viscosity altered, the liquefying time will be prolonged, the secretion function will decrease, and the nutrition will reduce. All these factors will reduce the quality and mobility of semen, and cause male infertility.

2) The white blood count (WBC) and other immune cytokines will increase in the semen because of prostatitis (infection). Overtime, WBCs in their attempt to kill causative pathogens damage sperm. WBCs are unable to eradicate many of the sexually transmitted pathogens, such as, Chlamydia, mycoplasma, and ureaplasma, etc. The metabolite oxygen derived free radicals (ROS) produced by inflammatory reaction will also harm sperm function and lower sperm mobility.

3) The immune reaction caused by prostatitis will lead to male infertility. Anti-sperm antibodies (AsAb) increase because of the immune activation. Anti-sperm antibodies attached to the sperm surface, mainly the head and tail of the sperm, severely affecting sperm mobility.

4) Chronic prostatitis can cause sexual function disorder. The symptoms of sexual function disorder include erection disorder, premature ejaculation, ejaculatory incompetence, and low sex drive, etc. Male infertility will increase as a result of sexual function disorder.

Thus, chronic prostatitis is closely related to male infertility. Special attention must be give to genitourinary infection and sexually transmitted disease (STD) when treating male patients who have infertility.

If the patient's infertility is caused by prostate disease, after receiving our 3D Prostate Targeted Treatment, you can quickly return to normal fertility.

Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS)

Chronic pelvic pain syndrome is often called chronic non-bacterial prostatitis. The clinical symptoms include: pelvic area pain, lower abdomen pain, perineum pain, penis pain, perianal area pain, urethra pain, and pubic area or lumbosacral pain. Urination abnormalities include: urgent urination, frequent urination, pain when urinating, and increased nocturia. This type of chronic pain usually cannot be cured by long term conventional treatments. The patient’s quality of life decreases as he experiences pain, sexual dysfunction, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and memory loss, etc.

The etiology of chronic pelvic pain syndrome is very complex. Most doctors believe the main causes of chronic pelvic pain syndrome are non-bacterial, such as, inflammation, abnormal pelvic floor neuromuscular activity, and immune abnormalities. As a result, chronic pelvic pain syndrome lacks an objective and specific diagnostic basis. Thus, traditional treatment methods and medications, such as, alpha-blockers, oral and IV antibiotics, analgesics, antidepressants, plant extracts, and biofeedback therapies have poor curative effects.

Dr. Song has proved, through long-term research and many clinical case studies, the main cause of chronic pelvic pain syndrome in men is pathogenic (e.g., prostate infection, prostate blockage, and prostate calcification). Dr. Song has found a variety of pathogens hiding in prostate blockage and calcified lesions. These infected, blocked, and calcified areas are difficult to detect by general examination. However, Dr. Song uses specialized test methods, which allow for pathogenic specific testing and examination of infected areas, and blocked and calcification lesions. For example, trans-rectal ultrasound (TRUS) is used to detect irregular echoes, prostate calculus (calcification), and enlarged venous plexus around the prostate. Causative pathogens often hide in the blocked and calcified areas, and produce various biological toxins. When a patient’s immunity is weak from illness or other internal and external factors, increased pathogenic growth makes the prostate irritated and enlarged. The surrounding tissues (lymphatic ducts, tiny blood vessels, glandular tubes, nerves, posterior urethra, vas deferens, and ejaculatory duct) become compressed, damaged, and lose function. Often, the causative pathogens spread to the seminal vesicles, spermatic duct, epididymis, and other areas. They cause additional symptoms.

3D Prostate Targeted Treatment can kill pathogens, clear blockage and calcification, and achieve a complete cure for chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS).


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