The main symptom of chronic prostatitis is pain in lower back, pelvic or genital area. Other symptoms include burning on urination, frequency of urination, increases sexual desires, lack of or reduced sexual desires, slight discharge from urethra, premature ejaculation, painful ejaculation, backache following intercourse.
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Cold or infection can be triggers to prostate inflammation and swelling. In order to eliminate irritation the blood circulation increases by expansion of capillaries. This vessels growth (additional tissue) increases pressure inside the prostate immerging focus of hypothermia that itself becomes a trigger for chronic inflammation. Thus the physiological process at the capillary level in the prostate eventually becomes the cause of CP/CPPS.
Thus, easing the swelling and improving the prostate’s condition can only be achieved by increasing blood circulation locally. And Thermobalancing therapy is the only way to achieve this. Therefore Dr. Allen’s Device treats CP/CPPS successfully, despite a commonly held view that treatment for nonbacterial prostatitis is difficult, and since the problem is hard to cure, the goal should be to merely control its symptoms.
Standard treatment of chronic prostatitis can be damaging. For instance, the prostate massage carries a number of risks, such as bleeding around the prostate, development of prostatic calculi, acute epididymitis, cellulitis, a serious skin infection, spreading of prostate cancer, if it is already present, the occurrence and worsening of haemorrhoids, damage to the rectal lining.
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