Prostatitis (Prostate) Treatment with Homeopathic Medicine

Homeopathic remedies aim to address the symptoms associated with BPH, such as urinary difficulties, frequent urination, incomplete emptying of the bladder, and discomfort.

Some homeopathic medicine for enlarged prostate may be considered to help slow down the progression of BPH and reduce the size of the prostate. The choice of remedy will depend on the specific symptoms and constitution of the individual. Homeopathic remedies are prepared through a process of extreme dilution and are generally considered safe, with minimal risk of side effects or interactions with other medications. They are non-invasive and can be used alongside conventional medical treatments.

Here are a few lists of homeopathic medicines for enlarged prostate:

Homeopathic medicines for prostate complaints should be prescribed by a qualified homeopathic practitioner after a thorough assessment of the individual's overall health, physical and mental symptoms, and constitution, and specific characteristics before selecting a remedy. Homeopathic remedies are selected based on a person's unique symptom profile, and the choice of remedy may vary from one individual to another.

Besides some of the following ingredients, the product contains Dr Shah's internationally Patented, Research-based, highly effective medicines.

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  • Thuja
  • Ferrum picricum
  • Conium maculatum
  • Sabal Serrulata
  • Baryta Carbonicum

Always consult with a qualified homeopath for personalized assessment and recommendations. They will consider your specific symptoms and overall health before recommending a remedy.

Important note:

Every case calls for a detailed study of the patient individually. There are no disease-specific medicines in homeopathy. The exact treatment is determined only by an "in-depth" evaluation of the individual case. The medicines described below are commonly indicated in LichenPlanus, only for the purpose of information. The readers are advised not to indulge in any kind of self-medication.

Additionally, it's essential to maintain regular medical check-ups with a urologist or healthcare provider to monitor and manage prostate enlargement.

Thuja:

One of the very good remedies for various prostate complaints especially for prostate enlargement. The patient complains of frequency, urgency. Pain and burning during urination. Pain in the penis. Urinary stream is split and small. The sensation of trickling after urinating. Severe cutting after urination. Frequent micturition. Desire is sudden and urgent, but cannot be controlled. The remedy acts on the skin, blood, gastrointestinal tract, kidneys, brain. It has a tendency to produce benign growths, spongy tumors, warts, condylomata. Has specific antibacterial action in gonorrhea. The patient, in general, feels better in dry weather and worse in damp, humid atmospheres. A patient has many fixed ideas; music causes weeping and trembling. Emotional sensitiveness. Thuja is sometimes used when there is a sensation of pressure and pain in the rectum, along with urinary difficulties. It may be helpful for BPH with associated urinary symptoms.

Ferrum picricum:

This remedy is prepared from potentized picrate of Iron and is another very good remedy for prostate disorders. Senile hypertrophy of the prostate. Pain along the entire urethra. Frequent micturition at night, with full feeling and pressure in the rectum. Starting at the neck of the bladder and penis. Retention of urine.

Conium maculatum:

This drug is prepared from the plant commonly known as poison hemlock. Acts on the glandular system, engorging and indurating it, altering its structure like scrofulous and cancerous conditions. Enlarged glands. Much difficulty in voiding. Urine flows and stops again. Interrupted discharge. Dribbling of urine in old men. This remedy is often used for slow and weak urine flow, dribbling, and a frequent urge to urinate. It may be beneficial when there is a sensation of incomplete emptying of the bladder.

Sabal Serrulata:

This medicine has been recommended for various prostatic troubles, but its homeopathic use seems confined to acute cases of the enlarged and inflamed prostate. The gland is hot, swollen and painful. Sabal is also a useful drug in senile hypertrophy. There has been a marked palliative action in several cases and avoidance of surgical interference after the use of this drug. Also known as Saw Palmetto, this is a common homeopathic remedy for prostate issues. It may help reduce the frequency of urination, especially at night, and relieve discomfort associated with an enlarged prostate.

Baryta Carbonicum:

It has a marked influence on the growth esp. of old people. There is a tendency to enlargement of the glands, with indurations, especially prostate, tonsils, and cervical. It is a remedy for early senility and when degenerative changes in old men begin in the heart, brain, and vascular system. Enlarged prostate gland. Urging to urinate; cannot retain the urine. Burning in urethra, while urinating. Frequent urination. Irritation of the bladder, worse at night. Constant urging and frequent emission of urine. Individuals who require Baryta carbonica may experience difficulties in starting or stopping the urine stream, a weak urine flow, or a frequent urge to urinate. They may also have dribbling of urine after urination.

Chimaphilla umbellata:

 This is the best homeopathic medicine for the prostate and is indicated for BPH when there is a feeling of fullness in the bladder, difficulty starting urine, and a frequent urge to urinate. It can be particularly useful if there is an associated feeling of weakness or tiredness.

Lycopodium clavatum:

 Lycopodium is considered when there are urinary difficulties with a sense of incomplete emptying, and there may be pain or discomfort in the lower abdomen.

 

However, it should be noted that there is no single specific medicine for prostate disease. Every individual medicine is selected on the basis of a constitutional approach. While some individuals may find relief and benefit from homeopathic treatment for BPH, it's important to note that not all cases of BPH will respond equally to homeopathy. Prostate enlargement can vary in severity, and some cases may require more conventional treatments, including medications or surgery. Always consult with both a urologist or medical doctor and a qualified homeopath to determine the most appropriate and comprehensive approach to managing BPH.

 

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