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Prostate Calcification Treatment - Prostate Blockage Treatment
- keywords: prostate calcification, prostate blockage, seminal vesicle calification, seminal vesicle blockage, epididymis calcification, epididymis blockage, prostatitis, epididymitis, urethritis, STD
- 8/5/2012 11:51:18 AM
Prostate calcification and prostate blockage are indications of unhealthy genotriaury systems and are usually related to prostatitis, seminal vesicle calcification, seminal vesicle blockage, epididymis calcification, epididymis blockage, urethritis, and chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS), etc. Prostate calcification and prostate blockage, and/or calcification and blockage in the genitourinary system can cause severe genitourinary pain and discomfort, seminal vesicle blockage, epididymitis, sexual dysfunction, and male infertility, etc. Prostate calcification and blockage usually form as a result of active genitourinary infections (pathogens). Prostate calcification and blockage and/or calcification and blockage in the genitourinary system are not normal conditions; these are indications problems exist. And, most likely these problem are serious and/or will become serious if not properly treated.
If patients test negative for infection or have been told they do not have an infection, this is often due to improper "Laboratory Testing" methods and/or a lack of understanding of the problem. It is important for the patient to understand prostate calcification and blockage forms as are result of active infection. The pathogens are often held by the calcification and blockage, and they are difficult to detect. If a patient has prostate calcification and/or calcification and blockage in the genitourinary system, then most likely the infection is still active, and the clarification will continue to grow making the condition much worse overtime. Furthermore, regardless if the infection is active or not, the prostate calcification and blockage must be safely cleared to regain genitourinary health; the calcification and blockage must be cleared without causing damage or dysfunction to the prostate, seminal vesicles, epdidymitis, tubes, and structures, etc. With our 3D Urology and 3D Prostatitis Treatment we can safely clear the calcification and blockage by flushing out these toxic materials, and kill the causative pathogens. Our cure rate is over 95%. We believe our 3D Treatment is the only method currently avialable that clears calification and blockage safely and effective without damaging the prostate gland, tubes, epididymis, tubes, structuces, and function of the genitourinary system.
Prostate calcification and prostate blockage are some of the main reasons why prostatitis is so difficult to completely cure, and why patients often relapse. The prostate gland has 30 to 50 acini. There are 15 to 30 ducts opening in the posterior urethra. Acinus produce prostate fluid and the fluid discharges through the ducts. One reason why chronic prostatitis occurs is because of the formation of calcification and blockage in the prostate gland and the ducts. When calcification and blockage form, pathogens tend to be held inside the blocked areas. As a result oral antibiotics cannot penetrate in to the calcified and infected areas. Also, antibiotics, even when directly injected, cannot penetrate into the blocked areas to kill the pathogens. This results in the re-occurrence of infection or relapse. The blocked material includes prostate fluid, inflammatory secretions, calcification, polysaccharide shield, and biofilm, etc. Infection and blockage material cause inflammation and press on the surrounding nerves and the posterior urethra causing a variety of painful symptoms otherwise known as prostatitis and chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS).
During the acute phase of prostate infection, when a patient is initially infected with pathogens, the acini and duct epithelium will become congested and swollen, and inflammatory secretions cannot drain easily. The prostate tries to circumscribe the infected area by surrounding it with a polysaccharide shield. Oral and/or IV antibiotics are unable to penetrate the infected areas because of lack of blood flow the to prostate and the formation of the polysaccharide shields.
During the chronic stage of infection, the infection was not eliminated during the acute phase. The prostate fluid produced by acini and inflammatory secretions caused by infection are held in the acini and ducts. As the pathogens reproduce and the infection spread, the prostate continues to try and circumscribe the infected area by surrounding it with polysaccharide shields. Overtime, more tubes and passageways become blocked, and pathogens are held in these blocked areas. When the prostate is irritated by some negative factors and/or the person’s immunity is down, the pathogens will grow heavily and cause the symptoms of infection to reappear. Overtime, prostate calcification and blockage develops. The pathogens exist inside the infected, obstructed calculi, and acini, which cannot be reached by antibiotics. Thus, active infection is the source of recurrent symptoms (relapse)overtime; the infection is always there. It is important to note active infection and symptoms tend to fluctuate with the immune system.
Calcification and blockage form over time as a result of active infection. Oral and/or IV antibiotics are unable to penetrate into these infected areas because of the lack of blood flow, polysaccharide shields, and calcification and blockage. Thus, repeated and prolong courses of antibiotics and genitourinary medication will not be effective. However, overuse of anitbotics will make the condition much worse by causing antibiotics resistance, systemic fungal infections, and weakening the immune and musculoskeletal systems. The best solution for this problem is the 3D Urology and 3D Prostatitis Treatment.
Examination of Prostate calcification and Prostate Blockage
Utilizing DRE and trans-rectal ultrasound, our doctors can accurately diagnose prostate calcification and prostate blockages. The DRE we allow us to find the problem areas that are hard and have significant pain from the massage. And, the ultrasound will reveal inhomogeneous echo and enhanced optical spots.
Treatment of Prostate Calcification and Prostate Blockage:
1) As previously indicated, prostate calcification and prostate blockage usually form as a result of an active infection. If you have prostate calcification and prostate blockage, then you either currently have an infection or had an infection in the past. However, once prostate calcification and prostate blockage form, oral, IV antibiotics and/or other medications cannot clear the clarification and blockage to achieve prostatitis cure; there is not significant blood flow into or though the prostate to allow these medications to be effective. Repeated, prolonged, heavy and/or moderate use of oral and/or IV antibiotic will cause adverse side effects and weaken the immune system. This will allow the pathogens (if present) to become more aggressive and more prostate calcification and prostate blockage will form. We recommend patients to stop all "unnecessary" use of antibiotics and genitourinary medications.
2) The best choice of treatment is our 3D Urology and 3D Prostatitis Treatment. This is because both the proper antibiotics and our exclusive 3D unblocking formula are used during treatment. Our unblocking formula safely breaks down the calcification and blockage allowing the antibiotics to flow into the infected areas. As blocked areas respond to the proven proprietary unblocking formula pathogens are killed, and calcified and inflammatory material (toxins) are expelled through the urine. The immune system is then able to recover.
3) If the patient is not able to immediately come to our 3D Urology and 3D Prostatitis Treatment Clinic, he can begin a partial conservative treatment program until such time he can come to our 3D clinic for treatment. To help prevent the further development of prostate calcification and blockage, and to reduce recurring symptoms, we suggest the following:
• Stop taking oral antibiotics and/or genitourinary medications. The general rule is 4 to 6 weeks of oral antibiotics. If this first course of antibiotics or other medications do not work, then prolonged and/or repeated courses of these medications will only make the condition significantly worse and more difficult to treat. Again, you may develop serious complications, such as, antibiotics resistance, systemic fungal infections, and weakened immune and muscle skeletal systems, etc.
• Stop drinking alcohol and coffee. Stop eating spicy food and shellfish. And stop smoking. Stop anything that will weaken you immune system. You must keep yourself healthy.
• Plan to come to our 3D clinic for "Laboratory Testing" and 3D Urology and 3D Prostatitis Treatment. You should be off all antibiotics and all urological medications, such as Flowmax, etc., for at least 21 days prior to your arrival so your tests results will not be skewed. Once the causative pathogens are identified, our 3D Treatment will allow the pathogen specific antibiotic and unblocking medication to penetrate deep into the infected areas at high concentrations. As a result any resistant pathogens will be killed, and calcification and blockages cleared.
• Plan to come for treatment as soon as possible. Delays in treatment will allow the infection to spread and make your condition more complicated. Generally genitourinary system infections are time dependant. The longer a person is sick the more the disease progresses; more damage is done to the tissues and more blockages form. The disease become more complicated and will take longer to cure.
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