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RESULTS
DEPROX 500® group
QoL improvement -
76%
24%
Ibuprofen group (Control)
QoL improvement -
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Pollen and vitamin in chronic prostatitis chronic pelvic pain syndrome

Chronic syndrome of chronic prostatitis / pelvic pain (CP / CPPS) is a very difficult to treat satisfactorily very complex disease, although some patients respond to treatment; 3-As a rule: alpha blockers, antibiotics, anti-inflammatory, is not always effective; Evaluation of Meares-Stamey test is often negative and antibiotics should be considered with caution; Long treatment by anti-inflammayorees must be considered with caution because of side effects; A number of studies have shown the effectiveness of pollen extract should be taken into account and encourage large scale trials to test their effectiveness. Nevertheless, in some patients, this treatment could be offered. Pollen extract must to be considered in the treatment of the chronic prostatitis or pelvic pain syndrome
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  • 1. Made by @hupertan New article: Pollen and Vitamin in chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome. Commented and cured Vincent @Hupertan Tags: chronic pelvic pain syndrome, chronic prostatitis, #chronicprostatitis, #pollen extract; #prostatitis syndrome; #prostatitissyndrome, #qualityoflife
  • 2. Made by @hupertan • Vincent Hupertan (the "Author”) is an independent blogger, with many social media accounts, including Twitter (hupertan), Linkedin (Hupertan), Google+ (+ DrHupertan), Facebook (DrVHupertan), Wordpress (Hupertan) , SlideShare, etc • Is otherwise hospital doctor, registered in the Council of the College of Physician Paris with RPPS number: 1000 39 70 315 and Order No: 75 1 68044 8. His acitivity as author, blogger, tweeter is fully exercised privately. • The document whose content Hupertan Vincent is the author and the information contained therein are provided by the author for educational purposes and are not intended to provide medical advice. • You acknowledge your understanding that the site should not be used as a substitute for a notice of by a health professional accredited to your country. • By accessing the following slides, you understand and acknowledge that there is no physician-patient relationship between you and the author. More information's here http://www.pearltrees.com/hupertan/11-web-responsabilite-medicale/ id11903422/item123273777
  • 3. Made by @hupertan Pollen extract in association with vitamins provides early pain relief in patients affected by chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome. Cai T1, Wagenlehner FM2, Luciani LG1, Tiscione D1, Malossini G1, Verze P3, Mirone V3, Bartoletti R4. Exp Ther Med. 2014 Oct;8(4):1032-1038. Epub 2014 Jul 24. Abstract The therapeutic efficacy for chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CP/CPPS) is currently unsatisfactory. The aim of the present study was to assess the safety and efficacy of pollen extract in association with vitamins (DEPROX 500®) in males with CP/CPPS. All patients with a diagnosis of CP/CPPS attending the same urologic centre between March and October 2012 were enrolled in this randomised controlled phase III study. Participants were randomised to receive oral capsules of DEPROX 500® (two capsules every 24 h) or ibuprofen (600 mg, one tablet three times a day) for four weeks. The National Institutes of Health Chronic Prostatitis Symptom Index (NIH-CPSI), International Prostate Symptom Score and Quality of Well-Being (QoL) questionnaires were used. In the intention-to-treat analysis, 87 males (25 class IIIa and 62 class IIIb) with a mean age of 33.6±5.9 years were randomly allocated to the DEPROX 500® (n=41) or ibuprofen (n=46) treatment groups. At the follow-up examination (following one month of treatment), in the DEPROX 500® group, 31/41 patients (75.6%) reported an improvement in quality of life, defined as a reduction of the NIH-CPSI total score by ≥25%, compared with 19/46 (41.3%) in the control group (P=0.002). The greater improvement in the DEPROX 500® group compared with the ibuprofen group was statistically significant (treatment difference in the NIH-CPSI pain domain, -2.14±0.51, P<0.001; QoL scores, P=0.002). All patients were negative at the Meares-Stamey test evaluation. Adverse events were less frequent in the DEPROX 500® group than in the ibuprofen group. The DEPROX 500® treatment significantly improved total symptoms, pain and quality of life compared with ibuprofen in patients with CP/CPPS, without severe side-effects.
  • 4. Made by @hupertan RESULTS DEPROX 500® group QoL improvement - 76% 24% Ibuprofen group (Control) QoL improvement - 41% 59% At the follow-up examination (following one month of treatment), in the DEPROX 500® group, 31/41 patients (75.6%) reported an improvement in quality of life, defined as a reduction of the NIH-CPSI total score by ≥25%, compared with 19/46 (41.3%) in the control group (P=0.002).
  • 5. Made by @hupertan Comments by @hupertan • Chronic syndrome of chronic prostatitis / pelvic pain (CP / CPPS) is a very difficult to treat satisfactorily very complex disease, although some patients respond to treatment; • 3-As a rule: alpha blockers, antibiotics, anti-inflammatory, is not always effective; • Evaluation of Meares-Stamey test is often negative and antibiotics should be considered with caution; • Long treatment by anti-inflammayorees must be considered with caution because of side effects; • A number of studies have shown the effectiveness of pollen extract should be taken into account and encourage large scale trials to test their effectiveness. • Nevertheless, in some patients, this treatment could be offered.
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