Prostatitis is the swelling of the prostate that causes pain in the abdomen during urination and sexual activity.
The cause of prostatitis may be due to a bacterial infection but in most cases is a non-bacterial cause.
Treatment goal is to help increase circulation through the prostate and abdomen providing an anti-inflammatory effect. This can help to decrease pain and improve urination. Treatment plans take from 2-4 months and ideally symptom changes and improvements may be observed within a month.
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia
BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia) is a non-malignant enlargement of the prostate gland, a small gland that resides below the bladder surrounding the urethra. As this gland grows, it begins to constrict the urethra, this constriction can result in symptoms such as delayed urine, slow flow of urine, increased frequency of urination and difficulty in starting and stopping urination. These symptoms can be difficult to manage and affect both during the day and at night.
Treatment goal is to help stabilize the prostate gland by increasing circulation through the prostate to help improve urination. Treatment plans take from 6-12 months and improvements are observed within a month.
Hydrocele can develop with no known reason and is the result of fluid buildup in the scrotum. This growth is painless and usually possess no harm, other than some discomfort if it grows to a larger size. There is a safe natural treatment that can help reduce the fluid buildup, decreasing the discomfort.
Chinese Herbal Medicine may help to reduce fluid buildup and improve water metabolism through the testes and lower abdomen. Herbs are taken on a daily basis for a period of 3-6 months.