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Prostate is a walnut-sized gland located directly below the bladder in men.  The prostate gland produces fluid (semen) that nourishes and transports sperm. 

Prostatitis is inflammation of the prostate gland. Symptoms of Prostatitis include:

  • Frequent urination, particularly at night (nocturia)
  • Pain or burning sensation on urination (dysuria)
  • Pain in the abdomen, groin or lower back
  • Pain in the area between the scrotum and rectum (perineum)
  • Pain or discomfort of the penis or testicles
  • Painful orgasms (ejaculations)
  • Flu-like symptoms

According to the Mayo clinic staff, prostatitis can be caused by a number of different things. They believed that if it’s caused by a bacterial infection, it can usually be treated successfully by antibiotics. However, 80% of prostatitis isn’t caused by a bacterial infection or a cause is never identified.   Therefore, they suspect that the causes could be immunity or nervous disorders.  Based on my more than 30 years of clinical experience, I have found that these so called “non-bacterial infections” are actually yeast and parasitic infections.  And yes, low immunity and stress are incubators for yeast and parasitic infections!

Prostatitis may have acute or chronic symptoms.  Most cases are chronic and the causes are unknown according to the Mayo Clinic.  They are often referred to as chronic “abacterial prostatitis” or chronic pelvic pain syndrome.  Because of the ambiguity from the medical arena on this subject, you need take full responsibility to heal yourself.  Instead of being experimented on with various kinds of antibiotics which can make your health conditions worse, go for a natural approach.

In the next article, I will address the causes and natural remedies for prostatitis.  Stay tuned.

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