The prostate is the forgotten gland. Most males would spend their entire life not knowing anything about their prostate or at least knowing that there is a prostate in their body until they feel hesitation in urination and a doctor states “Your prostate is enlarged..!“.
The prostate is a vital organ for the male population that requires its own nutrition and supplementation. It’s daily nourishment starts at maturity not at age 55 yrs. It is located below the urinary bladder on the central line of all males. It is almost the size of a walnut and weighs approximately 15 grams. Its vitality stems from its function.
The Function of the Prostate
The gland houses the urethra within its tissue secretes an alkaline milky fluid (improves fertility by neutralizing vaginal acidity), stores alkaline fluid released by the prostate (helps sperm motility and longevity), Proactive Measures. The following is not a prescription to any person. You should consult with your physician who will guide you according to your specific health. Many males neglect to communicate with respect to their prostate at a younger age.
I emphasize the following to all males regardless of their health condition:
Disease of the Prostate
The prostate is known to fall victim to several diseases namely acute and chronic prostatitis.
Acute and chronic bacterial prostate conditions are diagnosed using a urine test. On the other hand, a malignant cancer condition is diagnosed with index-rectal examination, PSA value and prostate cancers protein secretion Engrailed-2 (EN2).
Acute and chronic prostatitis of bacterial nature should be treated with an anti-bacterial treatment plus a mandatory treatment for an underlying fungal infection that is almost always part of the infection.
In fact, I feel that chronic cases of prostatitis; most likely, became chronic because the fungal issue was not considered in the first place. Every case must be considered according to its own merits.
Malignant cases must be treated as soon as being diagnosed. A base line of blood work of PSA and a urine test of EN2 should be established before treatments. Lab work should be repeated every month until the condition being treated reaches a healthier status. The treatment should be a daily oral treatment and weekly intravenous treatments. The treatment must hinge on symptoms and lab results. Depending on severity, intravenous treatments could be performed once a week, twice a week or three times a week.
Dr. Fateh Srajeldin BSc., ND