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What Is Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS)?

Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS) is a condition involving ongoing pain in the pelvic region. Pain experienced can vary from person to person, ranging in severity (mild or severe), type (dull or sharp), and longevity (constant or intermittent). CPPS-related pain can spread to the buttocks, lower back, and thighs.

The Causes Of Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS)?

CPPS is not always the result of a single factor but rather a combo of multiple factors acting simultaneously.

Potential triggers include:

1) Pelvic floor dysfunction: the pelvic floor is a group of muscles that form a basket to support your pelvic organs. However, when your pelvic floor muscles stop working the way they should, a condition called pelvic floor dysfunction ensues. This condition causes your pelvic muscles to tighten or weaken. When the muscles tighten or spasm, you will have difficulty peeing or passing stool along with chronic pelvic pain. When they weaken, you may experience trouble controlling your urine and stool.

2) Stress: some men are more prone to stress and have a harder time relaxing than others. Thus, under stressful situations, these men unknowingly tense their pelvic muscles, leading to trigger points and sore, painful muscles. These clenched pelvic muscles further perpetuate stress, driving a never-ending vicious cycle of pain and stress.

3) Hormone Imbalance: sometimes, CPPS may be the result of hormonal imbalances, particularly an imbalance in the stress hormone and the network that regulates its release.

4) Trapped Nerve: CPPS can also stem from compression of a nerve known as the pudendal nerve. In men, this nerve supplies the skin of your scrotum, the perineum (the skin of the area behind the scrotum), and your penis. Sitting pain that gets better after standing or sitting on a toilet seat indicates CPPS due to a trapped nerve.

5) Prostatitis: prostatitis is an inflammation of your prostate gland. We often use the terms “chronic prostatitis” and CPPS interchangeably. Moreover, unlike bacterial prostatitis, CPPS is not caused by any identifiable bug and hence may not always respond to antibiotics.

6) Neural Cross-talk: research shows that there’s a two-way crosstalk between your bladder and bowels. This means that the two systems communicate with each other. If something irritates your bowels, it can also sensitize the nerves feeding your pelvic organs and vice versa.

7) Bladder Pain: sometimes, the source of CPPS could be a painful bladder syndrome, also called interstitial cystitis. This condition affects the lining of your bladder, causing chronic pelvic and bladder pain. It also causes you to urinate more often and with smaller amounts of urine than usual.

8) Autoimmunity:at times, your own immune system may go haywire and start attacking your prostate, leading to chronic pelvic pain.

Symptoms of Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS)?

There are many symptoms related to CPPS, including:

How Is Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS) Diagnosed?

There are no definitive diagnostic tests for CPPS. It is a poorly understood disorder. CPPS may be inflammatory or non-inflammatory, based on levels of pus cells in expressed prostatic secretions (EPS). In the inflammatory form, urine, semen, and other fluids from the prostate contain pus cells (dead white blood cells or WBCs), whereas in the non-inflammatory form no pus cells are present.

Extraprostatic abdominal/pelvic tenderness is present in >50% of patients with chronic pelvic pain syndrome.

Men with CPPS are more likely than the general population to suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS),and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).

Experimental tests that could be useful in the future include tests to measure semen and prostate fluid cytokine levels. Various studies have shown increases in markers for inflammation such as elevated levels of cytokines,myeloperoxidase,and chemokines.

Routine Treatments of Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS)

Some of the commonly used therapies for CPPS include:

Pelvic Floor Therapy

Pelvic floor therapy focuses on methods to release overly tense pelvic floor muscles. It entails pelvic floor physical therapy and trigger point injections. This protocol helps loosen the tightened pelvic floor muscles.


Some problems associated with CPPS can be improved with either prescription or over-the-counter medications. Examples include:

1) antibiotics to treat any underlying infection

2) painkillers to help relieve pain and inflammation

3) medications to relax your prostate and the bladder neck muscle, to improve urinary flow and minimize urinary obstruction.

Dietary changes

While none of the food products cause actual physical damage to your pelvic cavity, it’s best to avoid excessive use of certain substances that may irritate your gland. These include:

1) tobacco (cigarette smoking), alcohol.

2) tea, caffeine (coffee).

3) spicy foods.


3D PreciseTherapy is suitable for various Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS).
The cure rate of 3D Precise Therapy is over 95%.

3D Precise Therapy Successfully Treat Various Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome

3D Precise Therapy is an advanced method to successfully treat various chronic pelvic pain syndrome without any side effects. Most therapeutic medicines are natural targeted extracts with no side effects and no drug resistance. Natural targeted extracts can target specific diseased areas and allow effective ingredients to accumulate in the targeted diseased areas and form a higher therapeutic concentration. 3D Precise Therapy treats the root factors of chronic pelvic pain syndrome. Once cured, the patient’s disease will not easily relapse.

3D Precise Therapy medicines include the powerful anti-inflammatory natural targeted extracts combined with the proprietary unblocking natural targeted extracts.

The powerful anti-inflammatory natural targeted extracts combined with the proprietary unblocking natural targeted extracts can destroy the biofilm pathogens and inflammatory factors, discharge toxic compounds and blocked particles, and successfully treats various Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS) diseases. The natural targeted extracts have no side effects and no drug resistance.

3D Precise Therapy is divided into two treatment options: 3D Precise Therapy at the clinic, and 3D Precise Therapy at home.

The treatment course and treatment options of 3D Precise Therapy will be based on your condition and doctor’s treatment plan. Generally speaking, the course of 3D Precise Therapy at the clinic is 4-6 weeks, and the course of 3D Unblocking Therapy at home is 4-6 months.

3D Precise Therapy is suitable for various Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS). The cure rate of 3D Precise Therapy is over 95%.