Back Pain and Prostate Problems

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Older, sicker men with early-stage prostate cancer do not benefit from aggressive treatment (Eurekalert)

(_University of California – Los Angeles Health Sciences_) Treating older men with early-stage prostate cancer who also have other serious underlying health problems with aggressive therapies such as surgery or radiation therapy does not help them live longer.

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BUI | Patient Info | Prostate Cancer What All Men Should Know

Enlarged Prostate – Natural Ayurvedic Home Remedies

Treat enlarged prostate with natural home remedies by using Indian gooseberries . For complete information check this short video from Http:// ! Visit us to discover over 1000 natural home remedies & information about symptoms & causes for over 200 common as well as chronic health conditions.




Enlarged Prostate (BPH, Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia):

• Enlarged prostate generally affects men over 45 years of age

Symptoms to look for:

• Pain during urination
• Blood in urine
• Incontinence, which is the inability to control the flow of urine


• Ageing
• Factors and conditions related to testicles

Natural home remedy using triphala powder:

1. Take 1 tbsp of triphala powder, an ayurvedic herb
2. Add it to 250 ml of boiling water
3. Boil for 20 min
4. Strain the liquid
5. Drink when lukewarm

Natural home remedy using Indian gooseberries, turmeric powder and honey:

1. Cut, de-seed and crush 10-11 Indian gooseberries
2. Add a pinch of turmeric powder
3. Add 2 tsp of honey
4. Mix well
5. Have 1 tbsp of this mixture early in the morning




These remedies are based on the principles of Ayurveda, the ancient Indian science of healing, and are completely natural, non-invasive, and can be prepared at home. Consult your doctor if the symptoms persist. Refer to the terms of use on our website Http://

Questions and Answers

Do avocados help reduce an enlarged prostate?Do peppers or salsa help reduce an enlarged prostate?

Posted by MT
[display_name id=”0″]I won’t know if Avocados have any curing effect on an enlarged prostrate gland, but I know the following Homeopathic Remedies which can cure an enlarged prostrate gland, without any side effects or complications of any kind :-

(1) BELLADONNA (2) ARSENICUM ALBUM (3) THUJA, all of the above in 30X potency three times a day, half hour before meals along with (1) SULFUR and (2) ARNICA in 200 potency once daily for three days after that just once a week and (1) SABAL SERRULATA Q (Mother Tincture) and (2) CHIMAPHILA Q (Mother Tincture) 15 to 20 drops in half a tumbler of hot water three times a day. Take the above prescription for 15 days and please report back with your progress and conditions after taking them for 15 days.
Avoid taking Chocolates, Coffee, Mints, Red Meat and Alcoholic Drinks and Carbonated drinks while taking Homeopathic remedies and keep the medicines away from Strong Smells and Perfumes, Direct Sunlight and Heat, store them in cool dark place and do not put them in the refrigerator in any circumstances. And take the medicines exactly as prescribed, do not try to repeat or exceed the suggested dosage .
No Side Effects or Complications, that’s the beauty of Homeopathic medicine they cure 100% without any complications or Side Effects.

Take Care and God Bless you !

27 with rapidly declining health – migranes, prostate problems, exhaustion, abdominal pain – what is wrong?A year ago my husband was in great shape. He was mountain climbing, kayaking, and backpacking. Although he is only 27 years old, his health has drastically declined in the past year. We’ve been to multiple doctors and have yet to have anyone give a diagnosis or even any suggestions. I’m not sure if these things are related to one another, but does anyone have any idea?

He has always had very bad neck pain, at the base of his skull. There is a lump there that I don’t have on my own neck. He describes it as feeling very tight, almost a pulling, and a lot of headaches originate from the area. His doctor referred him to a chiropractor but after a year of seeing him it didn’t help. Like yoga, it felt better for an hour and then started to hurt again. It has been getting worse lately.

About a year ago he suddenly had difficulty urinating, and we found out that he has an enlarged prostate. We’ve been to 3 doctors reguarding that and they don’t know what is wrong. He had blood work done and they don’t think it is cancer. Beyond that, they don’t know why it is enlarged. He has some trouble urinating now (it trickles) but other wise it doesn’t seem to be causing too many problems.

He has severe abdominal pain (ribcage and pelvic area) and describes it as feeling like he has swallowed “rocks or razor blades”.

Four months ago his lung collapsed while he was sitting on the couch with our son. He was in the hospital for a few days, and has never felt entirely better after that.

Lately he is always very tired and listless, every night he feels like he has just climbed a 14,000 foot peak. It seems to be getting steadily worse.

Thanks Barb!

He was on antibiotics for awhile, I forget how long. I think it was a bit over a month, and then the next specialist we saw took him off of them.

I know that his tests for infection all came back negative. They also ran dye through him and took radiographs… I don’t think they found anything with that, either.

As for the neck and back problems… They took radiographs, said that it did look “tight” or something, and then told him to see a chiropractor. I wish they would do an MRI or other things. When we went in with his collapsed lung they almost told him it was nothing, that he was too young to have problems.
It is frustrating because doctors don’t seem to take us seriously. He isn’t the type of person who complains about nothing – when he broke his clavical he didn’t take his pain meds, same after his lung collapsed. He has a high tollerance for pain, so when he complains about this (which is now daily) it really worries me.

His neck also cracks and clicks when he moves it, and he says it feels like he can feel “bone hitting bone” – so herniated disc is a good one to look into, I think?
I thought about diet, too.

We are vegeterians, so I’m very careful to make sure that we are getting enough protein and B vitamins.

He is somewhat a healthnut, so we usually avoid artificial ingredients, hydrogenated oil, excessive sodium, etc.

I went over our diet with a friend who has her masters in nutrition, and she didn’t catch anything.

Sometimes I still wonder though…

Posted by Jessica
[display_name id=”0″]If he has prostatitis, and it sounds like he does (an infection of the prostate) that would account for his enlarged prostate, abdominal pain and slow stream. What did the doctor do for that? He should have been put on an extended course of antibiotics (for 3 weeks to 3 months). The severe abdominal pain along with this makes me wonder if it is not a prostate abscess or perhaps kidney stones which could also account for the fatigue. Has he had a CT scan, MRI, any x-rays at all? The neck pain makes me question a herniated disc. This is quite a wide constellation of symptoms. I would try going to a tertiary care center if you live in the U.S. Like a teaching hospital at a University, Mayo Clinic, etc. For a full workup.

Bladder problem? Prostate problem?So I had a prostate problem that bothered me big time for about 9 months where I was peeing a lot. I’m only 26. It felt like I really had to go but nothing really came out or little came out. I thought it was interstitial cystitis but I had no burning ever or pain. It went away once I started getting treatments at a chiropractor. Well everything was back to normal then starting Sunday ban everything came back. I go to the bathroom and within 10 minutes feel like I gotta go again. I can hold it for a long time just the feeling is annoying. I’m freaking out that the problem is coming back. Could my prostate become inflamed again? Infection without burning? It’s just weird it was all of a sudden. I have been drinking energy drinks ALOT lately but haven’t had one since Sunday. I just don’t want to deal with this again.

Posted by Matthew
[display_name id=”0″]1) Some types of urinary tract infection can occur without pain or any other symptoms other than the sensation of needing to pee all the time. You shouldn’t just assume it’s a prostate issue. Accept the fact that you are not capable of diagnosing yourself.

2) It may be that you have a small kidney stone stuck somewhere between your kidney and penis. This happened to me once. Bugged me continuously for 2 days till all the sudden I peed out a small stone. That constant need to pee was instantly gone.

3) Go to a urologist. This type of issue is something they deal with all the time. They specialize in it and will likely solve the problem quickly. Nowhere in your question did I see you mention seeing a proper physician about this issue.…

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