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Reply AThypeJuinenuh
6:45 AM on August 24, 2018 
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Reply AlbertMet
4:55 PM on August 12, 2018 
The prostate is the central portion of a male's the reproductive system. It secretes fluids that assist the transportation and activation of sperm. The prostate related is located just before the rectum, below the bladder and around the urethra. When there is prostate problem, it is almost always really really irritating and inconvenient for your patient as his urinary method is directly affected.

The common prostate health problems are prostate infection, enlarged prostate and prostate type of cancer.



Prostate infection, often known as prostatitis, is among the most common prostate-related problem in men younger than 55 years. Infections with the prostate related are classified into four types - acute bacterial prostatitis, chronic bacterial prostatitis, chronic abacterial prostatitis and prosttodynia.

Acute bacterial prostatitis will be the least common of forms of prostate infection. It is caused by bacteria found in the large intestines or urinary tract. Patients may go through fever, chills, body aches, back pains and urination problems. This condition is treated through the use of antibiotics or non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) to help remedy the swelling.

Chronic bacterial prostatitis is really a condition associated with a particular defect in the gland and the persistence presence of bacteria within the urinary tract. It can be due to trauma on the urinary tract or by infections via other regions from the body. A patient can experience testicular pain, lower back pains and urination problems. Although it is uncommon, it is usually treated by removal of the prostate defect followed by the use antibiotics and NSAIDs to help remedy the soreness.

Non-bacterial prostatitis is the reason for approximately 90% of prostatitis cases; however, researchers have not yet to determine the cause of these conditions. Some researchers think that chronic non-bacterial prostatitis occur as a result of unknown infectious agents while other believe that intensive exercise and lifting can cause these infections.

Maintaining a Healthy Prostate

To prevent prostate diseases, an appropriate weight loss program is important. These are some from the steps you can take to keep your prostate healthy.

1. Drink sufficient water. Proper hydration is essential for our health and wellbeing and it'll also maintain the urinary track clean.

2. Some studies suggest that a couple of ejaculations a week will assist to prevent cancer of prostate.

3. Eat red meat sparingly. It has been shown that consuming over four meals of beef per week will raise the chance of prostate diseases and cancer.

4. Maintain a proper diet with cereals, vegetable and fruits to make sure sufficient intake of nutrients required for prostate health.

The most critical measure to consider to ensure a normal prostate is usually to choose regular prostate health screening. If you are forty years and above, you must opt for prostate examination at least once per year.
Reply pyreneanmountaindogclubofscotland
6:50 PM on September 28, 2010 
margaret sutherland says...
ive found youre site most intresting the info ive got was great as i didn't know anything about my dog except she is a big ball off fluff and great with me and my kids molly is a rescue dog taken from a man who beat and starved her we were told she was a pyrikita since found out there is no such breed thankyou so much
was she a puppy from an akita/pyrenean mating, we know of this happening in Ayrshire about 3 yrs ago, which rescue centre did you get her from, maybe we could trace her pedigree for you. Eileen xx
Reply margaret sutherland
6:34 PM on September 28, 2010 
ive found youre site most intresting the info ive got was great as i didn't know anything about my dog except she is a big ball off fluff and great with me and my kids molly is a rescue dog taken from a man who beat and starved her we were told she was a pyrikita since found out there is no such breed thankyou so much
Reply pyreneanmountaindogclubofscotland
5:42 PM on September 28, 2010 
margaret sutherland says...
i have a rescue pyrenean bitch she is 3yrs in jan. im looking for a dog to breed her the once as i want to get her dressed can anyone help i live in glasgow and don't know anyone else with this type of dog

Where did you get her from Margaret?? Do you have her pedigree?? A lot of pyrenean breeders only breed with paperwork, hope this helps?
Eileen x
Reply margaret sutherland
4:37 PM on September 28, 2010 
i have a rescue pyrenean bitch she is 3yrs in jan. im looking for a dog to breed her the once as i want to get her dressed can anyone help i live in glasgow and don't know anyone else with this type of dog
Reply kenneth crane
8:23 PM on April 21, 2010 
Wonderful site!! I wish I had been able to meet some of You when I was a visitor to Your Beautiful Country!! Maybe next time I'm there I will! And it was a Great Pleasure talking w/Eileen online today, and an even Greater Pleasure looking at this website! The Great Pyrenees is proof that God Loves us...but I don't need to tell that to anyone here, do I. Sliante!! ken crane
Reply babs and simon
4:12 PM on March 19, 2010 
Our sincere condolences to Kerry and to Lisa on the tragic loss of Alys. we really know how you feel they are like babies to you and it is very sad to see them go sorry for you lose if you ever need to talk we are all here for you
Reply Lynn and David Goddard
9:22 AM on March 15, 2010 
Our sincere condolences to Kerry and to Lisa on the tragic loss of Alys. It must be a terrible shock for you.

David and Lynn Goddard
New Brunswick, Canada
Reply Tracey
4:23 PM on February 15, 2010 
nice updates