Prostatitis is a disease characterized by the presence of inflammation and/or infection localized in the prostate gland.
The preparations for prostatitis are distinguished by their effectiveness, since they are made from a herbal complex that does not bear side effects, but eliminates the cause of inflammation of the prostate gland in men.
- Increased body temperature;
- Pain in the groin and perineum;
- Problems with urination (difficult at the beginning, weak jet pressure, frequent urge, uncontrolled interruption);
- Uncomfortable and painful sensations are inherent at night;
- Secretion of pus from the urethra.
Drug release form
Trustpharmacy pills for prostatitis are available in various forms: tablets, powders, etc. This is for the convenience of the patient.
There are drugs in the following pharmaceutical forms:
- tablets (usual, dosage and convenient form);
- capsules (begin to act and dissolve in the desired place, and not in the stomach as usual);
- solution for intramuscular injection (prescribed for complicated stages of the disease).
- suppositories (injected into the anus) and an extract are also on sale.
- lyophilisate for intramuscular injection is dissolved in novocaine, sodium chloride.
Treatment of prostatitis
Antibiotic therapy is the basic therapy for patients with prostatitis of all categories.
Alpha-blockers are also an effective group of drugs. As a result of their action, the tone of the smooth muscles of the prostate gland, the bladder neck and the prostatic part of the urethra decreases, thereby improving urination and reducing the possibility of urine entering the prostate gland (intraprostatic reflux of urine), which is one of the prostatitis causes.
The most effective and popular drugs are Tamsulosin and Silodosin. They are also widely used to improve urination in patients with prostatic hyperplasia.
It is possible to use anti-inflammatory drugs (Diclofenac), which effectively reduce pain and discomfort during urination, reducing prostate swelling, and also contribute to some improvement in the quality of urination.
Acute bacterial prostatitis is often a reason for hospitalization, where antibiotic therapy in the form of intravenous injections is prescribed. After stabilization of the patient’s state, the patient continues to receive antibiotics in the form of tablets for 15 or more days in order to prevent the transition of acute prostatitis to chronic bacterial prostatitis.
According to statistics, 10% of patients with acute prostatitis develop chronic bacterial prostatitis. Another 10% of patients will develop chronic pelvic pain syndrome (chronic prostatitis IIIb) in the future.