Side Effects of Antibiotics and Alternative Therapies for prostatitis relief


Updated By : August 27, 2018 4:38:47 PM JST

Side Effects of Antibiotics and Alternative Therapies for prostatitis relief

Prostatitis is inflammation of the prostate gland. Prostatitis is classified into acute, chronic, asymptomatic inflammatory prostatitis, and chronic pelvic pain syndrome. As known, antibiotics are the first line of treatment in infectious prostatitis.

Though high-dose, long-duration antibiotic therapy for chronic prostatitis is very common, it proves not that effective in clinical experiments. Many doctors prescribe antibiotics depending on their own clinical experience without giving patients any medical exam or just to meet patients’ demands of instant effect despite their real symptoms. Furthermore, more terrible antibiotic abuse are occurring in some informal medical institutions.

The most common side-effects of antibiotics are diarrhoea, feeling sick and vomiting that lead to fatigue, and antibiotics may also destroy the body's harmless bacteria that stop micro-organisms, such as fungi, growing out of control. Other more serious side effects include the formation of kidney stones with the sulphonamides, abnormal blood clotting with some of the cephalosporins, increased sensitivity to the sun with the tetracyclines, blood disorders with trimethoprim, and deafness with erythromycin and the aminoglycosides. For people allergic to antibiotics, particularly penicillins, it can develop side effects such as a rash, swelling of the face and tongue, and difficulty breathing when they take them.

For these reasons, many patients may wonder whether any other therapies have the same effect as antibiotics, or they could replace the role of antibiotics in curing prostatitis. Here I will introduce some therapies to deal with prostatitis pain relief.

Chinese Dietary therapy. In theory of traditional Chinese medicine “medicine and food share a common origin”, and food materials can be therefore be used to treat medical disorders. Zinc plays an important role in blood and prostate fluid to fight against bacteria, so food or fruit contains high level of Zinc is favorite.

Sits bath. It could reduce the itching, pain and discomfort associated with prostatitis. Chinese herbal substances such as Atractylodes Lancea, Aucklandia Lappa Decne, and Amomum Kravah Pierre may be added to the water to help patients recover.

Traditional CM therapy. Chronic inflammation responds well to traditional CM therapy which has no any side effect. Here I would like to introduce herbalist Li Xiaoping and her product product Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill.

You can know more about this product at http://www.diureticspill.com/

You can get professional treatments and suggestions from Lee athttp://www.drleetcmclinic.com/

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