3D Prostate Treatment Discuss Causes of Prostate Disease

3D Prostate Treatment new evidence on causes of prostate ailments

The prostate is one of the most complex glands in the human body in both an anatomical and pathological sense. Even the slightest modification in the prostate gland can create a disastrous cascade of events that can lead to both emotional and physical harm. Endocrinologists are now working around the clock to find the causes and treatments to prostate diseases. In China, the 3D Prostate Treatment is taking lead in creating an environment that fosters research in both finding causes in the most common and obscure prostate diseases and treating them with their proprietary 3D Prostate Treatment. 

The purpose of the prostate is to secrete prostate fluid, a milky solution of alkaline pH. The prostate fluid is then used by the body to make semen that can fertilize eggs of a women during sexual intercourse. The muscles of the prostate gland help in this process as they are able to propel seminal fluid from the prostate into the urethra before ejaculation. Problems or diseases of the prostate can therefore cause extensive damage to a male’s fertility.  Diseases in the prostate can arise from varying causes.

prostatitis is a common disease of the prostate and is defined as the inflammation of the prostate or its surrounding areas. Prostatitis is generally divided into four categories; acute, chronic, asymptotic, and male chronic pelvic pain. Of the four kinds of prostatitis they can be further broken down to their causes. Acute and chronic prostatitis is caused by bacterial infections whereas the asymptotic and male chronic pelvic pain variants are non-bacterial. Bacteria that have been found to cause the bacterial strain of prostatitis include staphylococcus, streptococcus, enterococcus, Escherichia coli, corynebacterium, proteus, klebsiella. Non-bacterial variants of prostatitis can be caused by viruses, chlamydia, mycoplasma, fungus, and trichomonas. Both the bacterial and non-bacterial pathogens produce waste as they are living organisms. Waste released can build up in an individual’s urinary tract as blockages (typically calcified) and make it extremely difficult to urinate.

In some cases, the body itself causes prostate diseases. Exotoxins in the environment can mutate DNA in prostate cells causing extensive growths.  Exotoxins include air pollution, food pollution, water pollution, alkylating agents, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, aromatic amine compounds, nitroso compounds, amino azo dyes, tobacco, food pyrolysis products (AIA), plant toxins, heavy metal carcinogenic material like cadmium, and synthetic drugs.

The exposure to exotoxins can cause an individual to develop Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) otherwise known as benign enlargement of the prostate (BEP). This is a non-cancerous disease in which the prostatic stromal and epithelial cells undergo hyperplasia. This results in the formation of large, but discrete nodules in the transition zone of the prostate. As the nodule grows there is added pressure to the urethra which increases the resistance of urine from the bladder. BPH has been found in up to 50% of men by the age of 50 and 75% by the age of 80. Other causes of Benign prostatic hyperplasia include hormones like androgens (example being Testosterone) and their metabolites (example being Dihydrotestosterone). Studies out of China look to link protein intake to diet.

The most prevalent prostate disease is prostate cancer. Unlike other forms of Cancer it is very slow growing, however if not treated early the cancer may spread from the prostate to other parts of the body, particularly the bones and the lymph nodes. There are many factors that play a role in causing prostate cancer, however scientists are not fully aware of their mechanism of action. As patients grow older they have been shown to be more susceptible in producing prostate cancer. Genetics looks to shed a light on the cause of prostate cancer, those with family members with prostate cancer and those from specific races are at anywhere from two times to five time the risk of developing prostate cancer. Medical scientists believe that prostate cancer isn’t the result of a malfunction in one gene, but rather there are multiple genes (specifically in the BRAC family) susceptible to mutation and causing excessive growths. Those with prostate cancer look to have a high protein diet with low levels of vitamin D in their blood stream. Some medications like cholesterol lowering drugs have also shown links to increasing incidences of prostate cancer. Some pathogens like viruses and one’s sexual activity have also been discussed as causes of prostate cancer. The Song Lab has been a key research group in trying to understand how all prostate diseases occur and finding cures.

Dr. Song has dedicated the last 28 years of his life to researching the anatomy of the male reproductive system and disorders in the prostate gland.  Through his research at the 3D Urology and Prostate Clinic Dr. Song has been able to research and treat many different prostate conditions. Dr. Song has developed his very own 3D Prostate Treatment that looks to treat multiple prostate diseases. The clinic starts by doing a comprehensive diagnostic test where they look to find the cause of the prostate troubles. Once testing is done the lab moves to destroying the pathogens or cancerous cells via medicines injected directly into the site of the inflammation or tumor. The last step is the discharge step where any pathogens or dissolved blockages are exerted through urination. This method has been shown to help 95% of patients visiting the Song Lab.  

The 3D Prostate Treatment has become an industry leader in helping men with prostate issues. People from across the world are coming to the lab to get treatment and the Lab continues to research more ways in treating other prostate diseases.

 

Media Contact
Company Name: Dr. Song’s 3D Prostate and 3D Prostatitis Clinic
Contact Person: Miss Alisa Wang, English Assistant to Dr. Song
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 86-186-7321-6429
Address:Jin Xiangtan Square Office Building, Suite 801, Shao Shan Middle Rd
City: Xiangtan
State: Hunan
Country: China
Website: https://www.prostatecancer.vip/

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