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Chronic Pain Resulting from Chronic Prostatitis Can Be Terminated by A New Herbal Medicine Without Side Effects, Highlights Wuhan Dr.Lee's TCM Clinic
Date:8/30/2013

(PRWEB) August 30, 2013

Common chronic health conditions, such as chronic prostatitis, UTI and cystitis can now be treated with herbal medicine "Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill" effectively and naturally. It is very important as conventional treatment options can produce serious side effects, such as liver dysfunction and kidney dysfunction after antibiotics, tissue damaged after injection, and impotence after prostate removal procedures, Wuhan Dr Lee's TCM Clinic reveals.

Antibiotics and prostate removal procedures are difficult to cure prostatitis but bring side effects. For instance, patients' share their experiences on Health boards forum on prostatitis treatment with antibiotics, thus the message posted on July 2013 states: "I am 46 and had this for over a year and been on anti biotics to no avail. I have been on uroxatral and it doesn't really help. I feel dizzy after the medicines. "

Dr.Lee explains that antibiotics can't really penetrate into prostate because of the molecular structure. She concludes that chronic prostatitis are caused by damp heat of the lower burner (jiao). Unlike antibiotic therapies, Chinese herb therapies may have therapeutic functions that differ from merely inhibiting the bacterial activity. And Pangolin scales as a guiding herb has strong function of penetration. Dr.Lee developed a formula for chronic prostatitis based on her profound medical experience. The herbs are used to improve blood circulation, clear heat and dampness, cleanse the prostate and over time allow the body to repair itself through its own restorative mechanisms.

"The patients of Dr.Lee confirm the unique efficacy of

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