Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS) - chronic non-bacterial prostatitis

Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS)

Chronic pelvic pain syndrome is often called chronic non-bacterial prostatitis. The clinical symptoms include: pelvic area pain, lower abdomen pain, perineum pain, penis pain, perianal area pain, urethra pain, and pubic area or lumbosacral pain. Urination abnormalities include: urgent urination, frequent urination, pain when urinating, and increased nocturia. This type of chronic pain usually cannot be cured by long term conventional treatments. The patient’s quality of life decreases as he experiences pain, sexual dysfunction, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and memory loss, etc.

The etiology of chronic pelvic pain syndrome is very complex. Most doctors believe the main causes of chronic pelvic pain syndrome are non-bacterial, such as, inflammation, abnormal pelvic floor neuromuscular activity, and immune abnormalities. As a result, chronic pelvic pain syndrome lacks an objective and specific diagnostic basis. Thus, traditional treatment methods and medications, such as, alpha-blockers, oral and IV antibiotics, analgesics, antidepressants, plant extracts, and biofeedback therapies have poor curative effects.

Dr. Song has proved, through long-term research and many clinical case studies, the main cause of chronic pelvic pain syndrome in men is pathogenic (e.g., prostate infection, prostate blockage, and prostate calcification). Dr. Song has found a variety of pathogens hiding in prostate blockage and calcified lesions. These infected, blocked, and calcified areas are difficult to detect by general examination. However, Dr. Song uses specialized test methods, which allow for pathogenic specific testing and examination of infected areas, and blocked and calcification lesions. For example, trans-rectal ultrasound (TRUS) is used to detect irregular echoes, prostate calculus (calcification), and enlarged venous plexus around the prostate. Causative pathogens often hide in the blocked and calcified areas, and produce various biological toxins. When a patient’s immunity is weak from illness or other internal and external factors, increased pathogenic growth makes the prostate irritated and enlarged. The surrounding tissues (lymphatic ducts, tiny blood vessels, glandular tubes, nerves, posterior urethra, vas deferens, and ejaculatory duct) become compressed, damaged, and lose function. Often, the causative pathogens spread to the seminal vesicles, spermatic duct, epididymis, and other areas. They cause additional symptoms.

3D Prostate Targeted Treatment can kill pathogens, clear blockage and calcification, and achieve a complete cure for chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS).

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