Frequent urination? Painful urinating? Fever? Impotence and the loss of libido? These are all symptoms that may indicate prostatitis. In the continuation of this article, you will find out what prostatitis is, how we differentiate it, and how to naturally prevent and alleviate the symptoms of prostatitis.

The prostate is a gland that forms part of the male reproductive system. It is located just below the bladder and in front of the colon. It is the size of a chestnut, and its basic function is to produce fluid in the seed






Prostate disease is one of the most common health problems in men and is manifested by pain in the pelvic area, urination disorders, and sexual dysfunction.

The most common prostate diseases are benign prostatic hyperplasia, prostate cancer, and prostatitis.


Prostatitis is an inflammation and swelling of the prostate that is accompanied by pain in the lower abdomen and genital area, difficult and painful urination, and eractile dysfunction.
Unlike prostate cancer, which usually occurs in the elderly male population, prostatitis affects all age groups. More than 2 million prostatitis are diagnosed worldwide each year.

There are 4 types of prostatitis:

  1. Acute bacterial prostatitis

It is caused by the appearance of certain types of bacteria, such as Escherichia coli.
In this type of prostatitis, the symptoms last up to 3 months, it occurs rarely and is manifested by a sudden and intense reaction. Acute bacterial prostatitis symptoms include fever, severe pain in the lower abdomen, back and perineum with frequent urge to urinate and painful urination. Retention (inability) to urinate often occurs. The most serious complication of acute bacterial prostatitis is sepsis. In 5 to 10% of cases, acute prostatitis turns into a chronic form.

  1. Chronic bacterial prostatitis

As with acute bacterial prostatitis, chronic bacterial prostatitis is caused by the appearance of certain types of bacteria, such as Escherichia coli. Symptoms of inflammation last longer than 3 months, and the disease manifests itself in longer asymptomatic periods with the onset of symptoms after a prolonged absence. Chronic bacterial prostatitis symptoms are milder than in acute bacterial infection, and are manifested by pain or pressure in the abdomen, back, perineum and groin, frequent, difficult and nocturnal urination, burning and the appearance of a weak and intermittent stream when urinating, sexual dysfunction in terms of impotence, loss of libido and painful ejaculation.

  1. Chronic prostatitis / chronic pelvic pain syndrome

The causes of this form of the disease are often unknown.
Chronic prostatitis or chronic pelvic pain syndrome accounts for 80 to 90% of all cases of prostatitis. The symptoms are varied but most often manifested by pain in the genital and anorectal area, pain in the entire pelvis, difficulty urinating with a weak and intermittent stream, the appearance of sexual dysfunction which is usually manifested by painful or premature ejaculation and impotence. Symptoms are present for at least 3 months within a period of 6 months.

4. Asymptomatic inflammatory prostatitis

Asymptomatic inflammatory prostatitis accounts for 10% of all prostatitis, and the most common causes are Chlamydia trachomatis and Ureaplasma urealyticum. This is an asymptomatic inflammation and is most often detected by finding inflammatory cells in the urine during the diagnostic treatment of some other conditions such as infertility treatment.




Therapy differs according to the etiology, but most often it is consists of:

  • Antibiotic therapy
  • Alpha- blockers
  • Natural supplements (REGEN50)
  • Lowering the temperature
  • Resting
  • Hydration

In rare cases of prostate abscess, a surgical approach is used.

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle helps in keeping prostate health and it includes:  

  • Avoiding alcohol, caffeine, spicy food and cigarettes
  • Regular exercising
  • Maintaining a healthy body weight
  • Stress avoidance
  • Adequate water intake


If the symptoms of prostatitis appear, it is obligatory not to ignore them and to consult a doctor.


Nature as an ally in treating prostatitis

Nature and its anti-inflammatory products have proven to be exceptionally successful in preventing and alleviating the symptoms of prostatitis, so men are recommended to take natural dietary supplements such as REGEN50,  rich in proven effective ingredients such as:

  • Saw palmetto
  • Nettle root extract
  • Pumpkin seeds
  • Tomato extract
  • Vitamins C, E, and B6
  • Zinc

There are various natural dietary supplements on the market that are presented as a natural aid in the fight against prostatitis, but it is important to understand the ingredients they contain and their ratio so that we can select a quality product on the market.

The products that have proven to be exceptionally effective due to their composition, which contains appropriate amounts of effective natural ingredients, are REGEN50 and REGEN50 STRONG.

More detailed information on ingredients, effects, application, and on how and where to buy REGEN50 and REGEN50 STRONG can be found on their official website.