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Home Remedies for Prostatitis will not only guide you through the the symptoms of Prostatitis and the various types of problems that can arise with prostatitis, but will also give you some natural ideas of what YOU can do to help ease the symptoms or even prevent the condition.
Chronic Infectious Prostatitis
Firstly you have to subject yourself to a digital rectal exam which is normally done in conjunction with a blood test to test the (PSA) levels of prostate-specific antigen, a protein secreted by the prostate.
It is recommended that these tests are done at least once a year, especially as you get closer to 50 years of age.
If Prostatitis is diagnosed it must not be left untreated as this can lead to impotence and problems with urination.
OK... so you have been diagnosed with bacterial prostatitis and the normal treatment would be antibiotics and analgesics.
But you might have the non-infectious type, and your question is what on earth do I do now?
Our earth has so much to offer and here is a list of natural "goodies" that will probably help YOU with your prostate problems.
Selenium has antioxidant properties that help protect cells from toxin damage linked to prostatitis.
For centuries, Cranberry Juice has been recorded as a natural remedy for urinary tract infections, and has been linked as a remedy to some forms of prostatitis.
Eat those onions DUDE.
Onions are rich in quercetin which is an anti-inflammatory and anti-tumor flavonoid.
Zinc has been linked as a balanced requirement in the body for all forms of prostate problems.
Garlic is one of nature's best natural antibiotics.
Don't worry about the garlic breath, just mix this smelly herb with parsley.
Magnesium and Calcium
Drink 2 to 3 quarts of spring or distilled water daily to help stimulate urine flow.
This will also help the function of your kidneys and prevent dehydration.
This article was printed from JillsMusic.com
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