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A Prostatitis Treatment That Actually Works: QUERCETA®So, are there natural remedies for Prostatitis? The answer is YES. QUERCETA® is a chronic Prostatitis treatment that targets chronic pelvic pain often associated with Chronic Prostatitis. Although Prostatitis is common, it can be more difficult to treat than a Prostatitis infection. As mentioned briefly above, the most common Prostatitis treatment is antibiotics and possibly muscle relaxers, but seldom do they treat and cure the problem 100 percent of the time. However, clinical studies have shown that natural supplements as a Prostatitis treatment may be more effective than traditional antibiotics or other medications. Clinical studies show that consuming up to 500 mg of Quercetin can help contribute to a significant reduction in pelvic pain in men suffering from chronic Prostatitis.
Quercetin: Prostatitis Natural TreatmentWhat exactly is Quercetin? Quercetin is a natural flavonoid that is famous for its super powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antineoplastic properties. Quercetin is naturally found in plant foods, such as leafy greens, tomatoes, berries and broccoli. It is also rich in Zinc, Lycopene, and Vitamin D, which have proven to help reduce symptoms of Prostatitis, maintain prostate health, and even possibly prevent prostate cancer. Although further studies and research are needed, some studies suggest that the inflammation of the prostate may have a direct link to the cause of prostate cancer. Therefore, because Querceta is made with Quercetin, and has proven to help naturally relieve pain and symptoms associated with Prostatitis, Querceta may also reduce the risk of prostate cancer.
Where to Find QUERCETA®The recommended dose of Querceta is two capsules per day. Each serving of Querceta provides men with 10 mg of Zinc, 3.5 mg of Lycopene, and 12.5 mcg of Vitamin D, a truly natural treatment for Prostatitis, and to help maintain a healthy prostate. One bottle of Querceta is only $49.99.
What is Prostatitis?
Prostatitis is a general condition that includes a range of bacterial infections and chronic pain syndromes which target the prostate. Prostatitis involves the inflammation of the prostate, which can lead to a number of uncomfortable and painful symptoms.Some of the most common symptoms of general Prostatitis include the following:
- Urinary obstruction
- Decreased libido
- Sexual impotence
- Painful ejaculation
- Lower-back pain
- Perineal pain
What Causes Prostatitis?Prostatitis is the swelling and inflammation of the prostate gland, which is part of the male reproductive system. The prostate produces semen that nourishes and transports sperm. The majority of Prostatitis cases involve painful or difficult urination. Some more serious cases can involve pain or discomfort in the groin and/ or genitals, and even flu-like symptoms. Prostatitis is directly caused by a bacterial infection, which is most often treated with antibiotics, muscle relaxers or even a prostate massage. Prostatitis can come on gradually or suddenly. The condition might improve quickly—either on its own or with a Prostatitis treatment—or it may hang around for months or keep recurring. Recurring cases of Prostatitis is known as Chronic Prostatitis.
What Are the Common Symptoms of Prostatitis?The most common signs and symptoms Prostatitis can vary, but typically include the following:
- Painful urination, often described as a “burning sensation”
- Difficulty urinating (dribbling)
- Frequent urination, particularly during the night
- Urgency, or the feeling the need to urinate
- Cloudy or bloody urine
- Pain or discomfort in the abdomen, groin and/ or lower back
- Pain or discomfort near the genitals and/ or rectum
- Painful ejaculation
- Flu-like signs and symptoms (with bacterial prostatitis)
How Common is Prostatitis?Prostatitis is a common condition among men ranging from the ages of 20 to 50, although it is most common in middle-aged men. In fact, approximately 2 million men are diagnosed with Prostatitis every year. Furthermore, 15 percent of men who visited a physician for genital pain and discomfort were diagnosed with Prostatitis. Although the likelihood of a man experiencing Prostatitis at least once in his lifetime is incredibly common, the risk of a recurring episode of Prostatitis is significantly elevated. Therefore, patients who experienced at least one episode of Prostatitis are at a higher risk for experiencing another. Despite how common Prostatitis is in men, the condition is often misunderstood and lacks sufficient research. Many physicians and urologists have claimed that prostatitis is often misdiagnosed due to the wide range of syndromes and characteristics of the condition. The spectrum of Prostatitis ranges from straightforward bacterial Prostatitis infection to more complex conditions that extend well beyond the inflammation of the prostate.
Prostatitis DiagnosisWhat is perhaps more frustrating than the pain is that most physical examinations and office visits fail to detect the exact cause of pain. Although some cultures and microscopic examinations of urine and prostatic secretions have proven to help pinpoint the specific cause of Prostatitis as well as help determine the best Prostatitis treatment, antibiotics have historically been the most common Prostatitis treatment method. Many patients have been subjected to antibiotics for three to four weeks, and some patients required Prostatitis treatment for several months! What’s worse is that the majority of men who have spent months on antibiotics aren’t 100 percent cured, and will experience recurring symptoms or a recurring case of Prostatitis after ceasing use of antibiotics. As a result, many frustrated men are looking into other Prostatitis treatment options, including natural remedies for Prostatitis.
- Quercetin: 500mg
- Zinc: 10 mg
- Lycopene: 3.5 mg
- Vitamin D: 12.5 mcg (500 IU)
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