Prostatitis and Diabetes, East Europe and Middle Asia

UroPro (UZ) – Revolution in the treatment of prostatitis


UroPro – How is your pain relief?

  • Step 1: Pain in the pelvis and lower back, cramps and discomfort are eliminated.
  • Step 2: stable urine output, reduce, stop inflammation.
  • Step 3: The ability to erect is restored, the body is replenished, prostatitis does not recur.
  • Important:
    * You are in pain.
    * Prostatitis impedes survival.
    * Your condition may worsen over the next 1 to 2 years.
    * Dry. Inflammation of the blisters.
    * Bleeding during ejaculation and urination. Bladder retention (up to 500 ml).

Price: 99000 SOM

1. Expert Opinions about UroPro

  • Leonid Staxovskiy, Professor KMN, male researcher, sexologist.
    UroPro has made the job of the “free doctor” easier. I see my patient 2 times. The first is when they’re diagnosed, and the second a month later they say, “Thanks, I’m fine!” when they agree to speak. But the luck of the paid clinics didn’t come, they did 10 times less harm to the average person with UroPro.
  • Ivan Kapustin, Top endocrinologist, doctor of the highest order.
    The content of UroPro provides information about itself. It is an absolutely safe tool for older men. Concentration of unique formulations and active ingredients, vitamins eliminate inflammation, restore erection and prevent prostatitis. The male body works like a Swiss watch.

2. Symptoms of the disease

  • If you feel shot in the chove area once a year / half a year
  • Sometimes you feel a sharp pain, pressure between your cheeks
  • If you feel like you’re going to the bathroom often
  • If one testicle is lower than the other
  • If you have occasional constipation or diarrhea
  • If you notice that your erection is weakening
  • If your sexual orientation decreases
  • If you have difficulty urinating at least once

3. Learn more about Prostatitis

  • Causes of Prostatitic
    In fact, prostatitic often occurs after infection upstream of urethritis, epididymitis or adjacent sites of the rectum. Pathogenic bacteria are mainly gram (-) bacteria of the gastrointestinal tract and genitourinary tract such as Ecoli. In addition, other atypical bacteria such as Chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis may be encountered.
  • Some other causes of prostatitic:
    Prostate compression: Men who ride bicycles a lot leads to increased pressure on the prostate, making blood not circulate, causing irritation to the upper prostate and urethra.
    Irregular sex: Men who have sex with high frequency in a short time lead to ejaculation disorders that cause congestion and excessive prostate enlargement.
    Unsafe sex: men having unprotected sex with their partners; Having multiple or same-sex sexual partners has a high risk of prostatitic as well as infection with social diseases (gonorrhea, syphilis, genital warts…)
  • Diagnose
    * Urine test
    * Prostate stimulation massage except for acute bacterial prostatitic
    * Diagnosis of prostatitic type I, II, or III is based on clinical suspicion. Similar symptoms may result from urethritis, perirectal abscess, or urinary tract infection. Physical examination is diagnostic only in acute bacterial prostatitis.
    * Febrile patients with typical symptoms and signs of acute bacterial prostatitic often have white blood cells and bacteria in a midstream urine sample. Massaging the prostate for a post-massage urine sample is considered unnecessary and may be dangerous for these patients (although the risk is still unproven) because of the potential for sepsis. For the same reason, rectal examination should be done gently. Blood cultures should be performed in patients with fever and severe weakness, lethargy, disorientation, hypotension, or cold extremities. For patients without fever, urine samples before and after massage are sufficient for diagnosis.
    * For patients with acute or chronic bacterial prostatitis who do not respond well to antibiotics, transrectal ultrasonography and sometimes cystoscopy are required to rule out abscess or rupture. destruction of the prostate gland and inflammation of the seminal vesicles.
    *For patients with prostatitic types II, III, and IV (non-acute prostatitic), additional tests that may be considered are cystoscopy and urinalysis (if hematuria is also present) and urodynamic measurements (if neurologic abnormalities or sphincter disorders are suspected).
  • Symptoms of Prostatitic
    a. Symptoms of acute bacterial prostatitic:
    * Systemic symptoms: fatigue, fever, chills, body aches, pain in many areas of the groin, lower back, especially between the scrotum and pubic bone.
    * Symptoms of irritation: painful urination, urine may be bloody, frequent urination (>10 times/day), nocturia (2-4 times/night).
    * Symptoms of obstruction: urinary frequency, difficulty urinating, intermittent urination, weak urine stream.
    * Sexual dysfunction: painful ejaculation, erectile dysfunction.
    b. Symptoms of chronic bacterial prostatitic:
    Symptoms are similar to acute prostatitic but lasting and may have manifestations of complications:
    * Pain in the testicles, pain in the scrotum, frequent urination in a row.
    * Cloudy urine, possibly with blood.
    * Effects on sex: decreased libido, erectile dysfunction, ejaculation disorder.
    * Infertility: Chronic prostatitis affects semen production function and sperm quality.
    c. Chronic non-bacterial prostatitic:
    Manifestations similar to chronic prostatitic. However, urine and semen tests will not detect bacteria, usually only pus cells.
  • Subjects at risk of prostatitic
    + Sexually active middle-aged men
    + Men with urinary tract defects, foreskin narrowing
    + Urinary tract infections: cystitis, urethritis
    + Pelvic Injury
    + The person who has to put a urinary catheter
    + Unsafe sex
  • Prostatitis prevention
    Clean genitals daily, especially before and after sex.
    Drink plenty of water (2-4 liters/day), do not hold urine when urinating.
    Do not eat spicy, hot food, limit alcohol, beer, tobacco and stimulants. Eat lots of green vegetables and fruits.
    Do not sit for a long time, should sit on a cushion to reduce pressure on the prostate.
    Take protective measures when cycling for long periods of time to reduce pressure on the prostate.
    When you have prostatitic, you should drink a lot of water and move around a lot.
  • Diagnostic measures for prostatitis
    Diagnosis of prostatitis is based on symptoms and a physical examination by a doctor.
    Certain blood and urine tests are ordered when needed.
  • Measures to treat Prostatitic
    Including treatment of cause and treatment of symptoms
    * Treat the cause:
    Use antibiotics that are sensitive to pathogenic bacteria. Depending on the degree of inflammation, antibiotics are used intravenously or orally, as an outpatient or inpatient. Chronic prostatitis requires longer antibiotic use.
    * Symptomatic treatment:
    Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) help relieve pain and reduce fever.
    Beta blockers dilate the bladder neck
    Prostate hormone lowering drugs (Proscar) have also been shown to be effective
    Some adjunctive measures to physical therapy: prostate massage to help reduce congestion; Exercise lying flat, relax the lower pubic muscle…

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