Prostatitis and Prostate Cancer are serious conditions affecting
men's health. Prostatitis is considered to be a precursor to prostate
Signs of Prostatitis
pain during urination
burning during urination
unusual discharge from the penis
pain in the pelvic region
Modern Medicine Approach To Prostatitis And Prostate Cancer
antibiotics is a common approach taken by your doctor. Unfortunately,
less than 30% of conditions will improve with those.
patients are kept on antibiotics for months. As no improvement is shown,
the doctor will change the antibiotics but to no avail. Repeat exposure
to these drugs will weaken the immune system and make prostatitis
complete removal of the prostate is often advised by surgeons. This
approach does not work for all as 35 percent of all patients require
more treatment within five years, and 76 percent within 10 years.
The side effects of this treatment according to Cancer Research UK:
may have some difficulty passing urine. Or you may not be able
to pass urine at all. This happens in up to 15 out of 100 men (15%). If
it happens to you, you must contact your doctor straight away. You
will need to have a tube (catheter) put into your bladder to drain it.
less common side effects include blood in the urine or semen
Swelling of the tissues in the back passage (rectum) can also cause constipation
You may find that you have to pass urine more often than usual. And you
may have a burning feeling when you do. This is called radiation
cystitis. The radiation has inflamed the lining of your bladder. This
may get worse as you go through your course of treatment. But it should
get better within a few weeks of finishing
Diarrhea is a common side effect of external radiotherapy. It is caused by radiation irritating the lining of your bowel
Long Term Radiation problems..
Erection problems (impotence)
Problems passing urine
Frequent, loose bowel movements
Inflammation of the back passage (proctitis)
A new case of prostate cancer is diagnosed in the US every 3 minutes.
scientists believe that if chronic Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia or
Prostatitis is allowed to last for several years; it contributes to the
development of prostate cancer.
Some men suffer from prostate cancer but are not aware of it as they ignored the symptoms, or these may not be present.
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Cleaning your mouth
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