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Original Source: Management of chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome: a systematic review and network meta-analysis.

Chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CP/CPPS) is common, but trial evidence is conflicting and therapeutic options are controversial.

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Treating Prostatitis Effectively: A Challenge for Clinicians

Urgency, frequency, and pain...How is prostatitis managed? U.S. Pharmacist

Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms Relief with Dr. Allen’s Device Can Be Achieved by Elderly and Young Men Who as Reported Recently Are Susceptible to LUTS

Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS) can be eased gradually and end with the continuous use of Dr. Allen’s Device without medications. The device is effective for chronic prostatitis and benign prost...

Male Infertility Linked to Prostatitis Can be Treated with Dr. Allen’s Device while Recent Article Says Beer Can Cause Infertility, Beer is Also Linked to Prostatitis

Drinking just a little more than three pints a week, or half a pint a day, can reduce sperm quality, says a recent article, however excess of beer consumption can lead to prostatitis which affects mal...

Chronic Prostatitis Treatment Effectiveness with Dr. Allen’s Device was Recently Discussed at Urology Conference in Batumi by Prof. Aghajanyan, Fine Treatment Reports

Results of an ongoing clinical trial for patients with chronic prostatitis and chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CP/CPPS) who receive therapy with Dr. Allen’s Device in the Department of Urology at the ...

Physical Activity Helps against Chronic Prostatitis, New Harvard Study Suggests, but the Fight for a Healthy Prostate Gland is Stronger with Dr. Allen’s Device

Dr. Allen’s Device relieves disturbing symptoms of chronic prostatitis and chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CP and CPPS), improving men’s wellbeing and helping to combat depression, which often devel...

Men’s Health Initiative Should Include the Use of Dr. Allen’s Device Which Helps to Improve Prostate Condition Naturally, Highlights Fine Treatment

During the men’s health month in June there were arranged meetings across the USA the goal of which was to support men’s well-being by introducing new health education initiatives. Fine Treatment ...

Initial Treatment Results of Enlarged Prostate and Chronic Prostatitis with Dr. Allen’s Device Have Been Reported at International Medical Conference in Georgia

Dr. Simon Allen participated in the GSSA XXXVI Annual Convention and International Medical Conference in Chakvi, Georgia, on July, 12 – 20, 2014, where the initial results of the Thermobalancing the...

PSA Test May Be Confusing, So Men Should Opt for Safe BPH and Chronic Prostatitis Treatment with Therapeutic Dr. Allen’s Device, Comments Fine Treatment

Senior men often experience lower urinary tract symptoms caused by prostate enlargement (BPH), while pelvic pain is the main symptom of chronic prostatitis (CP) typically affecting younger men. It is ...

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Hematospermia and xanthogranulomatous prostatitis: An unusual onset of a rare diagnosis.

Xanthogranulomatous prostatitis is a rare type of granulomatous prostatitis, with very few cases described. We report the clinical, radiological and pathological findings of 5 cases of xanthogranuloma...

Correlation study of chronic nonbacterial prostatitis with the levels of COX-2 and PGE2 in prostatic secretion.

The prostatitis syndrome is a multifactorial condition of largely unknown etiology. This study is to analyze the relationship between cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) and prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) with the chro...

A prospective interventional study in chronic prostatitis with emphasis to clinical features.

Chronic bacterial prostatitis displays a variety of symptoms (mainly local pain exhibiting vari­ability in origin and intensity). These symptoms often persist despite bacterial eradication. The pu...

Animal models of chronic prostatitis: an update.

Chronic prostatitis is a disease caused by a number of factors characterized by perineal discomfort, pelvic pain, irritative urination symptoms and even sexual dysfunction, and histologically with inf...

Proteinase-Activated Receptor-1 and Immunomodulatory Effects of a PAR1-Activating Peptide in a Mouse Model of Prostatitis.

Background. Nonbacterial prostatitis has no established etiology. We hypothesized that proteinase-activated receptor-1 (PAR1) can play a role in prostatitis. We therefore investigated the effects of P...

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