Prostate calcifications and BPH are common phenomena that stem from prostate infections (sometimes asymptomatic) with unpleasant side effects.
Causes & symptoms of prostate calcification.
- The leading cause of prostate calcification is chronic prostatitis.
- Prostate inflammations cause a build-up of toxins; in the absence of proper blood flow in the prostate, toxins cause crystallization that becomes over-time calcified.
- Common symptoms of prostate calcification:
- The symptoms of prostate calcification depend on the location. (Often asymptomatic.)
- The common symptoms are related to a feeling of pain & discomfort during ejaculation and sexual intercourse.
- Burning sensation and difficulty in urinating. (Sometimes also associated with benign prostatic enlargement.)
Self-Healing methods to dissolve prostate calcifications.
It is possible to dissolve calcifications (sometimes partially) with the following protocols:
- Reduce inflammations all over the body by using self-healing detoxification and other anti-inflammatory methods.
- Eating & drinking a large balanced variety of unprocessed food & beverages helps initiate the body's natural regeneration process.
Detoxification of the liver & Kidneys is helpful.
- Drinking natural squeezed juices and liver and gallbladder flushes (also desirable to combine with coffee enemas) releases many toxins. It allows the body to rehabilitate the damaged coronary arteries.
- Regular kidney flush and steam sauna may help dissolve the toxins that have formed.
Vitamin k2 (Fat-soluble) regulates calcium and iodine homeostasis. Link: What to know about vitamin K-2.
- Vitamin K-2 is present in small quantities in organ meats and fermented foods. Gut bacteria also produce vitamin K-2.
- Vitamin K-1 occurs naturally in dark leafy green vegetables and is the primary dietary source of vitamin K.
Food Rich in Vitamin K2.
- Fermented soybeans.
- Ground beef, chicken breasts, chicken liver.
- Egg yolks.
- Ghee. (Purified butter)
- Salami. - not recommended – smoked & processed.
- Soft & Hard cheese – not recommended – processed dairy products.
Unprocessed food containing K2 is better absorbed.
Eating food rich in vitamin K2 (only from natural sources) regularly can help dissolve prostate calcifications.
- Vitamin K1 (more available in many greens) can be converted to Vitamin K2 in the intestines. (With the help of good bacteria.)
Consuming Iodine regularly (for proper thyroid function) is essential to regulate calcium homeostasis. (The easiest way is by consuming Himalayan pink salt.)
Other Non-food methods:
- Regular walking up and down stairs produces pressure on the prostate, improving blood flow.
- Prostate massage to improve the blood circulation in the groin area.
- Control Sun baths produce vitamin D naturally. Vitamin D has a vital role in calcium homeostasis.
- Acupuncture may help with the process. (Not exclusively)
- It uses mainly herbal supplements and antioxidants (as little as possible) to restore the body's balance and deficiencies.
Chinese 3D prostatitis clinic. Can dissolve calcifications with direct prostate injections. (Currently unavailable)
I do not have any financial or other incentives from the Chinese clinic.
Link to the clinic website: 3D Urology and Prostate Clinics
- If prostate calcifications can dissolve naturally and produce uncomfortable symptoms, they can take the 3d cure Chinese treatment.
- It is much more effective in doing this treatment in China without having severe prostate infections.
- Getting treatment in China is recommended after reducing inflammation symptoms, that is, after practicing self-healing medicine for a few months.
I have many years of experience in 3d clinics in China. Attending doctors are experienced, skilled, decent, and honest and use advanced diagnostic techniques to identify the disease's pathogens. At the same time, in my view, antibiotics, anti-fungal, and antiviral treatments are ineffective in the long term without profound changes in lifestyle and nutrition and other self-healing essential therapies. The proposed 3d treatment for dissolving prostate calcifications is helpful, especially in mild infections.
BPH - Enlarged prostate gland due to inflammations. (Often asymptomatic)
Benign prostatic enlargement (BPH) is widespread, especially among men after age 45.
BPH side effects often impair life quality meaningfully; searching for solutions is understandable and natural.
- The various drugs offered (including herbal medicines) are not helpful in the long term. (For the same reasons, I have said that chronic prostate inflammation cannot be cured by medication.)
- Recurrent inflammation of the prostate and genitals (usually without acute symptoms) is the leading cause of BPH.
- Varicose veins result from high blood pressure, caused by the need to pump more blood into the inflamed area; over time, the blood vessels dilate and form varicose veins.
- As a result of varicose veins, the male hormone testosterone reaches the prostate (instead of the bloodstream). It causes an increased division of cells that leads to benign prostate enlargement.
The Gat & Goren procedure. (Varicose veins & BPH)
Varicose veins are one of the common causes of non-fertility in men.
Link: Gat Goren clinic.
Dr. Yigal Gat and Dr. Menachem Goren have found the origin of the evolution of prostate enlargement. In articles published worldwide, they reported on the newly found testosterone route to reach the prostate in high concentration directly from the testes. (Instead of getting the bloodstream.)
I underwent this procedure in 2009. It saved me from further prostate damage due to my terrible liver condition.
- The Gat & Goren catheterization treatments have many benefits. (Not only for patients with enlarged prostates BPH.)
- The main benefit is improving blood flow and regulating the blood pressure in the groin area.
- It is a relatively simple procedure with no side effects.
- It might not be available everywhere, and it is also quite expensive.
- In my opinion, The Gat & Goren procedure is the most fundamental and successful invasive solution today in the world.
- The catheterization of the blood vessels using the Gat-Goren method is the most effective invasive treatment. The main drawback is that the problem may recur if prostate inflammation is not treated. It is also a relatively expensive treatment that is not available to everyone.
- Self-healing that will eliminate the body's inflammation, including the prostate, by natural means may improve and allow the body to shrink the prostate and restore the damaged blood vessels.
- Of course, this is the most fundamental treatment; its main disadvantage is maintaining a strict lifestyle and diet. (Not a simple task in modern times.)
- Combining treatment with the Gat-Goren method and eliminating infections through self-healing methods will bring about the best possible outcome for those who can afford it.
Continue reading the entire article: Chronic Prostatitis and Epididymitis.