Medication of Prostatitis

Acute bacterial prostatitis, as well as chronic bacterial prostatitis, is treated with antibiotics and anti-inflammatory medication. Non-bacterial prostatitis and prostatodynia is usually treated with analgesics. Stool softeners are used if the patient has constipation because this may worsen the pain of prostatitis. Treating the underlying cause (e.g., stones) relieves prostatitis symptoms.

Surgery for Prostatitis

Surgery is the treatment option for those cases that do not respond favorably to Conventional medication. It is also recommended in those cases that carry the fear of impending complications such as:

  • Damage to the kidneys caused by the pressure of urine backing up
  • Frequent urinary tract infections
  • Inability to urinate
  • Stones in the bladder

Surgical removal of a part of the prostate gland, complete surgical removal of the prostate (Prostatectomy) and TURP (Transurethral resection of the prostate) are the commonest treatment options available. Prostatectomy is very rarely indicated for the treatment of prostatitis. Severe symptoms that do not improve after all other methods of treatment have been tried are usually treated using this procedure. Patients can usually return back to their work after about 1 month after surgery. During the recovery period, patients must avoid:

  • Lifting heavy weights
  • Operating machinery
  • Driving

He must follow certain general guidelines such as:

  • Drinking plenty of water to flush the bladder effectively
  • Eat a balanced diet
  • Use laxatives to avoid constipation and straining at stools.

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A 51-year-old gentleman, Mr. S.K.A. (PIN: 37076) took online treatment for his long-standing problem of Prostatitis from Life Force Homeopathy on 8th June 2018. In his case history, he mentioned about his Prostatitis, which he was suffering from 2010, was recurrent in nature, and that he was on s.....Read more

A 46-year-old scientist working in BARC, Mr. K.D. (PIN: 9093) visited our clinic on 12th April 2017 for the treatment of Prostatitis. He presented with recurring urinary tract infections which he was suffering from the last 6 months. He would develop acute symptoms in every 3-4 weeks lasting for .....Read more

A 56-years-old male patient from Andhra Pradesh, Mr. R.N (PIN: 16899) had started online treatment on 6th September 2011 for his Prostatitis. He had grade 2 prostate enlargement with 40 ml post void residue for 3 years. He was suffering from recurrent urinary tract infections......Read more

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