Is the prostate inflammation and appear sometimes with acute and sometimes with chronic form. It is generally accepted that prostatitis is caused by the same bacteria that cause urinary tract infection. The prostate becomes infected with bacteria entering the urethra which cause urethritis or after introspective medical manipulations such as cystoscopy. Besides, there are also prostatitis presented without any obvious preceding cause. In these cases is very likely that vagina germs entering male urethra during contact, and then find the opportunity to reach prostate. Germs movement seems assisted by the special hydrodynamic conditions created at the end of urination. Prostate urinary tract infection is attributable to infected urine reflux (back) to the prostate. Acute prostatitis usually occurs in older individuals and is characterized by sudden onset of intense symptoms, including chills, high fever, general malaise, urination burning, urinary frequency and dysuria. Prostate swells, is very painful and edema replete. In more severe forms of acute prostatitis an abscess is created. In prostatitis, urine becomes turbid due to the presence of abundant microbes. Treatment is accomplished by antibiotics.

Homeopathy treats acute prostatitis in a much shorter time than antibiotics, permanently and without relapses.


Most cases occur in people aged 30 to 50 years and more rarely in smaller or older. This is a persistent inflammation that heals difficult, tormenting, and often creating emotional problems. The most common symptoms include burning urination, frequent urination, prostatic fluid flow, painful ejaculation, bloody sperm. The most common complications are infection and infertility. Chronic prostatitis is more difficult to treat with antibiotics because prostate creates a natural barrier around to prevent entry. 

Homeopathy just because strengthens the body's immune system can fully heal chronic prostatitis. Of course during the treatment the patient will need homeopathy follow up and different remedies which will lead him to full recovery.


Is benign prostatic hypertrophy that affects many men over the age of 50 years, without of course excluding the occurrence of the disease at an earlier age; It is the most common disorder in men. The adenoma is a benign tumor that grows around the prostatic urethra. The volume of prostate growing slowly pushes the normal gland downwards and sideways. From this pressure the gland atrophies and the adenoma is separated from the gland by a thin capsule. As the adenoma grows, causing urethra deformities with a direct impact on urination. Although there is disagreement about the etiology of disease, seems to be related to the disruption of hormonal balance for men. Today it is known that benign hyperplasia ought to the high testosterone concentration in the gland. Prostate cancer also displays hormonal dependence. As in the case of hyperplasia, men undergoing orchectomy rarely or never develop prostate cancer. It is well known that many people suffering from prostate cancer indicate a favorable response to endocrine therapy, thus prostate volume reducing and symptoms resolute.
Urination disorders are the first clinical adenomas manifestation, but the intensity of these disorders has no connection with adenomas size. Small adenomas grow in the urethra, causing intense discomfort. Urination is the first complaint and presented as a slowdown at the start of urination or as prolonged and intermittent urination. The frequent urination occurs at the beginning of the night and following day. In these complaints the prostate patient, because of the lengthy symptoms development, is adapted to the point to consider them normal. The complications that can occur is urine loss, the patient's strong desire to urinate with a strong pain in bladder, urinary tract infection and hematuria. Prostate’s hypertrophy disturbs the normal mechanism of micturition. In advanced stages false incontinence is manifested, due to bladder overfilling. Urinary bladder’s attitude promotes inflammation development and inflammation predisposes to the occurrence of lithiasis.
Prostate adenomas treatment of is surgical. But there are cases where conservative treatment is applied because surgery is considered inappropriate due to patient’s ill health. Conservative treatment consists of taking plenty of fluids, avoiding prolonged bed and sedentary lifestyles that cause the patient to postpone urination. You should also avoid constipation, alcohol and high-calorie meals. Hormonal therapy avoided because it gives poor therapeutic results.

Homeopathy if used preventively, balance and increased testosterone secretion causing for prostate no reason to swell. For patients who already developed adenomas may also work therapeutically alongside with conventional treatments gradually reducing the gland swelling. If patient decides to be operated, homeopathy helps in postoperative rehabilitation.


Is currently the most common cancer of the male population, since the frequency exceeded even lung cancer. The disease rarely occurs before age of 50 years and the majority of men are affected by 65 to 85 years. 70% of patients who are diagnosed by urologists have already surpassed the protective prostatic capsule, so they have a poor prognosis. Although the exact cause of carcinogenicity has not been fully identified, it is believed that prostate cancer is generated by a disorder of androgen - estrogen hormones. It is very common for prostate cancer that does not exhibit any clinical manifestation especially in the early stages of the disease. In these cases the diagnosis is a chance finding of a histological examination after prostatectomy for benign hypertrophy. Because prostate cancer grows in prostates periphery, should acquire a large size to begin pushing the urethra and to show frequent urination, dysuria, hematuria, and bloody sperm. In the final stages of the disease, metastatic bone pain can occur. By palpation the prostate is hard as a rock. Diagnostically a tumor marker called prostate specific antigen (PSA) is used. Increased PSA has 70% chances to reveal prostate cancer. Prostatectomy is the treatment of choice.

The position of homeopathy is preventative since the birth of prostate cancer has a hormonal basis (disorder of androgen). Homeopathy balances the hormonal system and thus prevents prostate cancer birth.


It is the objective involuntary loss of urine through the urethra. The problem occurs in 5% of the population, often happens to women and concerns with social lifestyle of the sufferer. There are various forms of incontinence.
Urge incontinence: Characterized by a willful loss of urine, accompanied by a strong desire to urinate, and due to motor or sensory bladder dysfunction.
Imperative Incontinence: Characterized by involuntary loss of urine in conditions of sudden increase of intra-abdominal pressure (coughing, laughing, sneezing, lifting). Increased intra-abdominal pressure is transferred to the bladder which increases the intra-vesica pressure, and clamps can not hold the urine.
Night urination: It's unconscious loss of urine during sleep. Usually is seen in children, as a consequence of reflex urination in infancy. Night urination is considered abnormal, if it persists after the age of 3 years.
Incontinence treated conservatively with anti-cholinergic drugs that reduce the intravescical pressure at least temporarily in elderly. Because the urination center is located in the brainstem, therapeutic rehabilitation takes time.  

Homeopathy, leads to permanent decline of incontinence.