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The leading Israeli medical centers on chronic prostatitis have developed various treatment regimens including antibiotics and other antimicrobial agents.

Given that regular sexual activity promotes the active drainage of the prostate gland, our specialists working at the Alishech Center – like all other urologists dealing with the problem – recommend that patients continue their sexual life despite treatment.

Based on many years of experience of treating hundreds of patients suffering from chronic prostatitis, specialists at the Alishech Center recommend a 9 week (63 days) complex treatment regimen that includes sulfonamides.


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If symptoms of dysuria (pain or difficulty urinating) are present, a treatment course of Xatral XL is recommended to immediately relieve painful urination, at a dosage of 10mg for the first 30 days of taking the Sulfa-P treatment course.

Taking a Sulfa-P course results in the resolution of disease symptoms in 10 to 12 days, but there’s more.

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When this treatment regimen is prescribed, remission usually lasts for 6 to 8 months.

An additional Sulfa-P course is prescribed if symptoms reappear.

The Sulfa-P treatment regimen is indicated for the following types of prostatitis:

- Chronic prostatitis (or congestive prostatitis);
- Bacterial prostatitis (or infectious prostatitis);
- Non-bacterial prostatitis (or abacterial prostatitis);
- Combined prostatitis and prostatic adenoma;
- Combined prostatitis and prostatic hypertrophy;
- Combined prostatitis and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH);
- Purulent prostatitis;
- Calcified prostatitis;
- Calculous prostatitis;
- Chronic pelvic pain syndrome.

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The Sulfa-P treatment regimen includes:
- Sulfa-P-Formula pills (which penetrate through the prostatic membrane and into the infection site);

- Alishech Probiotic capsules (which restore the stomach and intestines’ microflora after using Sulfa-P-Formula pills);

- Alishech Antibiotic Activator capsules (which enhances the bactericidal properties of the Sulfa-P-Formula antibiotic several times).

Each Sulfa-P-Formula pill contains:
  • Sulfamethoxazole – 500 mg (sulfonamides);
  • BIO-complex (Trace Elements) of Dead Sea.
Sulfa-P-Formula is manufactured in Progressive Labs on request of Alishech, Israel, according to recipe of Israeli Dr. Levine.

Do not use this product if you have any known allergy or hypersensitivity to sulfonamides. Possible side effects include headache and diarrhea.

To prevent dysbacteriosis (imbalance of intestinal flora), Israeli Dr. Levine recommends supplementation with Alishech Probiotics once a day, taking one capsule at supper for the duration of the full Sulfa-P treatment course.
Sulfa-P treatment regimen:

Sulfa-P-Formula


First 21 days
take one pill, 2 times a day (morning and evening)
Next 21 days
take one pill, once a day (before bed)
Last 21 days
take half a pill, once a day (before bed)
Remember to take pills 30 minutes after a meal
Course duration - 63 days
Alishech Probiotic


Take one capsule, once a day with meals (evening is recommended).
Course duration - 60 days

Alishech Antibiotic Activator


Take one capsule, once a day, half an hour before meals or 2 hours after meals.
Course duration - 60 days

Xatral XL 10mg


Take one pill, once a day (before bed).
Course duration - 30 days


After completing the Sulfa-P treatment regimen, a 3-month-break is required.
After this break, a second course of the Sulfa-P treatment regimen is recommended.
Each Sulfa-P treatment course lasts 2 months (63 days). After each course a long break is required:

First course – 2 months
First break – 3 months

Second course – 2 months
Second break – 6 months

Third course – 2 months
Third break – 6 months

Fourth course – 2 months
Fourth break – 6 months

Fifth course – 2 months
Fifth break – 6 months

You can stop treatment at any time if there was no relapse during the last break (that’s why it’s advisable to order only one course of treatment).


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A standard kit of medicines for the treatment of non-bacterial and bacterial prostatitis Purchase of medical kit include:
+ $210 Sulfa-P-Formula (3 bottles 25 pills each, for 63 day treatment course)
+ $80 Alishech Antibiotic Activator (2 bottles 30 pills each, for 60 day treatment course)
+ $80 Probiotic Alishech (2 bottles 30 pills each, for 60 day treatment course)
+ $50 Shipping + Delivery guarantee
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Kit of medicines for the treatment of non-bacterial and bacterial prostatitis with urination disorders
Purchase of medical kit include:
+ $210 Sulfa-P-Formula (3 bottles 25 pills each, for 63 day treatment course)
+ $80 Alishech Antibiotic Activator (2 bottles 30 pills each, for 60 day treatment course)
+ $80 Probiotic Alishech (2 bottles 30 pills each, for 60 day treatment course)
+ 50$ Xatral XL 10mg 30 tablets x 1 pack(for the treatment regimen within 30 days)
+ 50$ Shipping + Delivery guarantee
Total 470$

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Kit of medicines for the treatment of non-bacterial and bacterial prostatitis with prostate adenoma
Purchase of medical kit include:
+ $210 Sulfa-P-Formula (3 bottles 25 pills each, for 63 day treatment course)
+ $80 Alishech Antibiotic Activator (2 bottles 30 pills each, for 60 day treatment course)
+ $80 Probiotic Alishech (2 bottles 30 pills each, for 60 day treatment course)
+ 150$ Xatral XL 10mg 30 tablets x 3 packs(for the treatment regimen within 90 days)
+ 50$ Shipping + Delivery guarantee
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Delivery to any city in the word; delivery time is 2-14 days after payment.
Buyer/Seller Agreement:
*The delivery of medications is possible only on the prescription of a doctor from the clinic Alisheh VMC.
*If the parcel has not been delivered, the receiver will be refunded the full order amount. The receiver may cancel the order if the order has been paid for through the PayPal system installed on the website.
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* Patients taking the aforementioned remedy know that they suffer from the aforementioned disease. * Having chosen to purchase the aforementioned remedy, the customer is enabled to receive treatment with Israeli remedies without coming to Israel (which allows a significant reduction of expenses).


PROSTATITIS

The term "prostatitis" is an umbrella term used to group different inflammatory diseases of the prostate gland. This includes both cases of acute and chronic bacterial infection, as well as cases where the prostate gland is inflamed, and the pathogen is not found. Nowadays, scientific literature describes more than 20 classifications of prostatitis based on different categories (etiological, pathogenetic, morphological, areas affected, etc.).

We will use a classification based on the observable clinical picture and laboratory tests.

To diagnose acute bacterial, chronic or non-bacterial prostatitis, the first and middle portions of urine should be examined, and secretions from the prostate gland are obtained via massaging. A leukocyte (white blood cell) count should be performed as well as a urine culture.

Prostatitis is divided into:
  • Acute
  • Chronic
  • Non-bacterial.
There is also an additional condition – Prostatodinia which is described as part of the clinical picture of prostatitis, with negative urine culture results and an absence of signs of prostatic inflammation (normal white blood cell count in the gland secretions). The infectious cause, or etiology, of this disease is still unknown, and as such, antimicrobial therapy is not indicated.

As a disease, prostatodinia was excluded from the prostatitis classification by American authors in 1999. It’s now classified as a chronic prostatitis without clinical manifestations – an inflammatory process that was incidentally identified while examining male sexual partners of women suffering from lower urinary tract inflammation, and during examination while undergoing an IVF (in vitro fertilization) program [which was previously called asymptomatic bacteriospermia (ABS)].

Some authors described a form of chronic prostatitis after performing an adenomectomy. It should be noted that, along with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), concomitant chronic prostatitis is determined in almost 90 percent with purposeful testing, though the most of these men had no clinical signs and had never been diagnosed with this disease before.

To rationally justify antibiotic therapy in chronic prostatitis with an infectious etiology, clinicians must focus on the following aspects:
  1. Disease polyetiology – along with traditional typical uropathogens (Enterobacteriaceae, P. aeruginosa, Enterococcus spp.) the presence of atypical microbes (mycoplasma, ureaplasma, chlamydia) should be considered as well.
  2. Since not all antibacterial drugs penetrate tissue and prostate secretions well enough to create sufficient concentrations to suppress the main pathogens, a strict selection of drugs is required.
  3. A prerequisite for successful antibiotic therapy is a sufficient duration of treatment with antibacterial drugs, which consists of at least 9 weeks with the corresponding bacteriological control.
  4. One of the main problems in the treatment of chronic prostatitis is pain relief.
  5. Another important factor to create an outflow of both natural secretions and pathological products from the prostate gland is to establish a regular rhythm of sexual activity, which contributes to the drainage of the affected prostate gland in most patients with chronic prostatitis. Prostate massages as a therapeutic intervention have not yet been proven to be effective. For this purpose, the doctor very often resorts to psychotherapy, in order to enable the possibility of regular sexual activity. The duration and intensity of the massages are determined by the type of changes in the gland and guide the palpation techniques in the treatment process.
Most clinical works made in recent years are clearly showing that treatment of chronic prostatitis should be long, from 9 to 12 weeks, and that such courses should be undertaken several times.

After analyzing literature devoted to the complications of chronic prostatitis, we’ve seen that there’s an important focus on the results of various studies. These show that antibiotics can sterilize urine, but infection can be stored in the prostate tissue for a long time. This is the reason behind long treatment regimens with antibiotics.

Methods of diagnosis and treatment of prostatitis:

In order to substantiate a rational antibacterial therapy of chronic prostatitis of infectious etiology, particular attention should be paid to the following aspects.
1. Polietiology of the disease: along with conventional typical uropathogens (Enterobacteriaceae, P.aeruginosa, Enterococcus spp.) a role of atypical microorganisms (mycoplasma, ureaplasma, chlamydiae) is also possible.
2. Since not all antibacterial drugs permeate well into the tissue and secretion of the prostate gland and create concentrations there sufficient for suppressing the main infectious agents, strict selection of used drugs is required.
3. Sufficient duration of the use of antibacterial drugs – for at least 9 weeks followed by bacterial control is a mandatory condition of successful antibacterial treatment.
4. Elimination of the pain syndrome is one of the main objectives in the treatment of CP.
5. Another important factor for providing drainage of normal secretions and pathological products from the prostate gland is establishing a regular rate of sexual activity which contributes to drainage of the prostate gland which is compromised in most patients with chronic prostatitis, as well as prostate massage as a curative measure, though its efficiency has not yet been proved. For this purpose, the attending doctor often has to start with psychotherapy at the first stage to make regular sex life possible. The duration of the course and the intensity (and duration) of massages are dictated by the nature of changes in the gland and their dynamics during treatment that are detected palpatorily.
Most clinical researches carried out in recent years definitely show that treatment of chronic prostatitis should be long-term – 9-12 weeks, and such courses should be performed several times.
When analyzing literature dedicated to the treatment of chronic prostatitis, one cannot fail to pay attention to results of numerous scientific works showing that antibiotics are able to provide sterilization of urine while infection can remain in the prostate gland tissue for a long time. This is what substantiates long-term courses of antibiotic treatment.