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Pelvic Pain - Caused by Prostatitis
Nonbacterial Prostatitis and prostatodynia, called chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS), are the most common diagnoses of pelvic pain. Chronic Bacterial Prostatitis and nonbacterial Prostatitis include following symptoms: [1]
  • Blood in semen (hematospermia)
  • Lower back pain
  • Pain in lower abdomen
  • Painful ejaculation
  • Discomfort in genital area and perineum
  • Dysuria
  • Fever
  • Recurring urinary tract infection
Dangers of Abusive Masturbation
Abusive masturbation and frequent ejaculation over a long period of time can harm your prostate, bulbourethral glands and urethra. Many unwanted metabolites and byproducts are produced during prostate abrasion. An over abundance of DHT and prostaglandin-E2 are the two most over produced chemicals during inflammation.[2]

Continual ejaculation every 48 hours for Prostatitis patients will keep their DHT and prostaglandin E2 levels high, causing the swelling and burning of the prostate. A swollen and inflamed prostate causes urinary pains, and either pelvic or prostate pains after an ejaculation.

Solution Recommendations
Minimizing prostate pain requires a reduction in DHT and prostaglandin E2 levels. Cimicifuga, an all-natural supplement, stops enzyme 5-alpha-reductase, which converts testosterone into DHT. Meanwhile, Pygeum extract, Honeysuckle Flower, EcliptaPumpkin Seed extract, Quercetin and Saw Palmetto improve urine flow and reduce inflammation around the prostate that can cause pelvic pain.

Males who suffer from incessant pain near the prostate may benefit from Supreme Botanical Solution for Prostatitis & Prostate Pain Releif, which helps reduce DHT and prostaglandin E2, improves urine flow and stymies painful urination.

Males who cannot take pills may want to try an herbal tincture, which uses the same ingredients but blended into a liquid solution.

REFERENCE
  1. ^Sonmez NC, Kiremit MC, Guney S, Arisan S, Akca O, Dalkilic A., Sexual dysfunction in type III chronic prostatitis (CP) and chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS) observed in Turkish patients., Int Urol Nephrol. Aug1, 2010.
  2. ^Marszalek M, Wehrberger C, Hochreiter W, Temml C, Madersbacher S., Symptoms suggestive of chronic pelvic pain syndrome in an urban population: prevalence and associations with lower urinary tract symptoms and erectile function., J Urol. 2007 May;177(5):1815-9.
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