In men, prostatitis can take two forms: acute or chronic. In the first case, inflammation of the prostate gland develops rapidly. This form of prostatitis manifests itself with severe symptoms. The main symptom is painful, delayed urination. Toilet calls can be up to 6 times per hour and a small amount of urine will be excreted. In this case, unpleasant sensations in the lower abdomen and perineum, cramps and burning sensations may appear. The acute stage of prostatitis is accompanied by erectile dysfunction and fever with characteristic symptoms (weakness, headache, etc. ).
The next form of prostatitis, chronic, differs from the first stage in the milder severity of clinical symptoms. In this case, the body temperature is normal, but the man's sexual activity decreases.
Principles of treatment
First aid for acute prostatitis should only be provided by medical personnel.Self-medication is strictly prohibited. Painkillers can be used to relieve severe pain. However, it is desirable not to use a tool that can cause blurred clinical symptoms before a medical examination.
In the hospital, doctors perform antibacterial and detoxification therapy. Painkillers, antispasmodics and anti-inflammatory drugs are used. Physiotherapy procedures and massage are prescribed to the patient only after the acute symptoms have resolved and the intensity of clinical symptoms has decreased.
With a sedentary lifestyle in the small pelvis and chronic prostatitis that develops against the background of obstruction, the patient needs prostate massage. Allows the contents of the prostate gland to be discharged into the bladder through ducts. This allows the size of the body to be reduced, which in turn stops the pressure on the urethra and frees the lumen to secrete urine, greatly easing the man's condition.
In the acute stage, these actions are contraindicated, because they can only aggravate the course of the disease.
A man should treat chronic prostatitis with an integrated approach at home. To do this, he must take the medication prescribed by his doctor and may also use special exercises to relieve congestion and folk remedies.
Mandatory antibacterial treatment is prescribed not only for acute inflammation, but also for chronic prostatitis provoked by the bacterial flora. With the help of antibiotic therapy you can get rid of the disease in a short time, but you need to follow the scheme of their use and dosage of drugs. In the acute stage of prostatitis, a person is given an intravenous or intramuscular injection to have a faster effect on the bacterial flora. Tablets or suppositories are used to treat chronic forms of the disease. The latter has less effect on the liver, but is no less effective than tablets.
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are often used with inflammation of the prostate gland. Intoxication helps to relieve pain symptoms and eliminate inflammatory foci. They are in the form of oral tablets and rectal suppositories. The second option is more appropriate, because the rectum is located near the inflamed prostate, which has a local effect on the focus of the disease.
Antispasmodics and painkillers are used for severe pain. The first group helps to relieve muscle spasms in the internal organs. They relax the smooth muscles of the prostate gland. Alpha-blockers are also used to prevent spasms. There is a special rectal suppository with analgesic effect.
Venotonic drugs are used to improve blood circulation in the small pelvis with obstruction.
Herbal remedies are used to treat and prevent chronic prostatitis. Drugs derived from a similar prostate extract have a similar effect.
All medications provided are for informational purposes only.The final decision on the treatment regimen and duration is made by the attending physician.Self-medication is not recommended, as all medications have their own contraindications.
If prostatitis is triggered by an inflammatory process rather than an infection, it may be due to a disrupted blood supply to the muscle tissue surrounding the prostate gland. Exercise can effectively restore blood circulation. The most effective is squatting.
Test gymnastics is performed to get started. To do this, stretch your arms straight over your head and do deep squats. If you can sit at least 50 times without pain in your legs, this is a good result. In contrast, it indicates muscle weakness and insufficient blood supply to the pelvic organs, including the prostate.
Squats are performed 3 times a week. An exercise includes 3 sets of 50 repetitions each. There is a 3-minute break between them. Other exercises are recommended to increase the number of squats:
- sit on the floor, keep your hands behind your back and cross your legs 20 times like scissors;
- lie on your stomach and lift your straight legs 20 times.
You can use the following with these exercises:
- Lie on your back, bend your legs at the knees and press them to your chest so that your knees are as close to your face as possible. You should cover your feet with your hands and stay in this position for 5-20 minutes. The effect will depend on the duration of training, but you should not lie for more than 20 minutes.
- After waking up in the morning, massage the perineum for 5 minutes. It will help to get rid of the stagnation in the prostate gland that occurs at night.
- Stand on your feet, place them on top of each other, sit on 1/3, and take turns bringing your knees back and forth in this position. Exercise should be done 5 minutes before breakfast. The evening can be repeated.
Folk remedies based on natural ingredients:
- Pumpkin seeds. Contains large amounts of zinc, a trace mineral that is essential for men's health. During prostatitis, 30 of these seeds are eaten. It is more useful to mix them with honey. To do this, take 500 g of pumpkin seeds (raw), grind in a meat grinder or coffee grinder and mix with 200 g of natural honey. The resulting mass is wrapped in balls the size of hazelnuts and stored in the refrigerator. Dissolve 1 ball a few days before meals. The whole course of treatment consists of the consumption of the entire prepared product.
- Aspen bark. The first leaves are collected in early spring, when the trees begin to bloom fresh. The thickness of the assembled shell should not exceed 3-5 mm. The raw material is dried and crushed in the oven and then placed in a one-liter container to fill 1/3 of the container. It should be poured with water from the top and removed for 2 weeks in a dark, cool place. After insisting, the product is filtered and consumed 1 tablespoon before meals. Aspen bark is contraindicated in patients with intolerance to constipation, other chronic diseases and dysbiosis.
- Hazel. Peel a squash, grate it and chop finely. A tablespoon of prepared raw material is poured into a glass of boiling water and insist half an hour. The product is then filtered, divided into 4 equal parts and drunk throughout the day. The course of treatment is 1 week.
- Chestnut peels. The shells are crushed, brewed with hot water and drunk instead of tea. The broth increases the appetite, so from time to time a cleansing enema is made.
- Parsley. Fresh parsley juice from the root is consumed before each meal. Also use the seeds of the decoction plant. To do this, they are crushed, pour 4 teaspoons of powder in a glass of boiling water and boil for 15 minutes in a water bath. The product is then removed for infusion. After cooling, the broth is used in a strained form, 1 tablespoon once a day at regular intervals.
- Pear. For the treatment of prostatitis, they drink compote from the fruits of wild tree varieties every day. 3-5 days after taking a source of pears, the situation is significantly improved.
- Garlic. Take 5 cloves of garlic, chop and pour 500 ml of boiling water and then insist overnight. The next morning the product is filtered and drunk twice on an empty stomach of 50 ml each.
- Natural juices. For chronic prostatitis take 1 glass of freshly squeezed carrot, cucumber, asparagus, beet juice in equal proportions every day.
- Oats. Take 100 g of oats, pour a liter of boiling water and cook the composition for 20 minutes. Then the agent is filtered and drunk 150-200 ml three times a day. Oatmeal is consumed every 5 days for 2 days at intervals of 45-60 days.
Herbal medicines are one of the main treatments for prostatitis. The following herbs are distinguished:
- Rhodiola rosea. Take the root of a plant and grind it. Pour a tablespoon of the resulting raw material into a glass of boiling water and cook on low heat for 15 minutes. After cooling, the broth is filtered and taken twice a day for half a cup.
- Celandine. There are two ways to prepare a medicinal product based on this plant:
- Take 100 g of dry grass, pour 700 ml of boiling water and cook for no more than 15 minutes. After cooling, the broth is filtered through cheesecloth. Dissolve 500 g of natural honey in it and remove the contents and store in the refrigerator. Infuse 1 tablespoon 3 times daily before meals.
- The juice is squeezed from the plant and mixed with alcohol. Ingredients are taken in equal amounts. Use the product on an empty stomach diluted in 50 ml of pure water. The dosage is gradually increased, starting with 1 drop. Add 1 drop daily until the daily dose reaches 30 drops. After that, they begin to reduce by 1 drop per day. As a result, it turned out that the whole course took 2 months. After that, a two-week break is given and the course is repeated.
- Kalanchoe. Grind 1 cup of plant leaves, pour 0. 5 liters of vodka and keep the product in a dark and cool place for 5 days for infusion. Then the tincture is consumed 1 teaspoon per day. After eliminating the symptoms of prostatitis, take the same amount of tincture as a prophylaxis, but once a week.
- Wheat grass. This plant is anti-inflammatory and diuretic. They take the roots of a plant, grind it and fill it with cold water to completely cover the raw material. Insist between 10 and 12 hours, removing the tool in a dark place. After this period, the roots swell, then again pour 1. 5 liters of boiling water, wrap the container and leave to infuse for 1 hour. The drug is taken 100 ml three times a day.
Bee products are one of the safest folk remedies that have a beneficial effect on the condition of the heart, blood vessels and the whole body. But you need to make sure that there is no allergic reaction.
The following bee products can be used in the treatment of prostatitis in men:
- Honey. Eaten in the morning after waking up in 1 tablespoon.
- Podmore. Take 2 tablespoons bee worm, pour 500 ml of water and bring the contents to a boil. After 2 hours, strain the product and take 1 tablespoon of broth mixed with a small amount of honey. The drug is taken 3 times a day and stored in the refrigerator.
- Pollen. Consume for 1 teaspoon after meals.
- Propolis. You can buy an tincture of this bee product in a pharmacy. For 40 drops of tincture half an hour before a meal, dissolve in half a glass of water. The duration of treatment is 1, 5 - 2 months. It can also be used for enemas. To do this, 40 g of propolis is mixed with 100 ml of medical alcohol and 2 g of cocoa butter. Dissolve 2 g of the resulting mixture in half a glass of water and use for enema. The procedure is performed daily for two months.
Honey candles have a good effect and can successfully treat prostatitis. To prepare them, mix 1 medium-sized egg with 1 teaspoon of natural, high-quality honey and 3 tablespoons of rye flour. The result is a dense dough in which the candles are rolled and removed and stored in the freezer. 1 suppository, previously soaked in warm water, is administered rectally every morning and evening.