In the symptomatic treatment of congestive prostatitis - genitourinary pain in the absence of uropathogenic bacteria - drugs of various pharmacological groups are used. So, to normalize urination and reduce its pain, drugs of the group of antagonists of α-adrenergic receptors (alpha-blockers) are prescribed, which reduce the tone of the smooth muscles of the prostate gland, bladder neck and prostatic urethra: Adenorm (other trade names - Tamsulosin, Bazetam, Omix, Omniks, Ranoprost, Tamsonik, Urofrey), Alfuzosin (Dalfaz, Dalfuzin), Prazosin, Terazozin (Alfater, Kornam), Phentolamine hydrochloride (Alfinal), Doxazosin. These drugs are contraindicated in low blood pressure and liver failure. Their side effects are manifested in the form of nausea, vomiting, constipation, diarrhea, dizziness, headache, tachycardia, visual impairment, rhinitis, urticaria, etc. The dosage is determined by the attending physician. 
For the same purpose, anticholinergics (muscle relaxants) Tolperisone (Tolizor, Midokalm), Baclofen, Fesoterodin can be used. Their intake, in addition to nausea and vomiting, can cause patients a headache, muscle weakness, hypotensive effect.
To reduce dysuric symptoms with congestive prostatitis with calcifications and an enlarged prostate, medications can be prescribed that suppress the activity of the 5-α-reductase enzyme: Finasteride (Prosterida) or Avodart (Dutasteride) - one capsule per day. 
Can Ibuprofen be taken with congestive prostatitis? This non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug with analgesic effect - due to potential side effects of drugs of this group (irritation and ulceration of the walls of the stomach) - can be used occasionally: with intense pain. For a detailed description of the contraindications of this drug and other side effects, see - Ibuprofen .
Tricyclic antidepressants (at a minimum dosage) may relieve discomfort or pain; help relieve pain and normalize blood flow in the vessels of the prostate with antispasmodics (No-shpa, Bentsiklan or Galidor).
Reduces edema, stimulates metabolism and promotes normal hemodynamics in the prostate ordinary pumpkin seed oil or Tykveol capsules (Garbeol, Granufink uno).
More useful information in the material - Pathogenetic treatment of chronic prostatitis .
In the complex therapy of congestive prostatitis, physiotherapeutic treatment is also used, aimed at improving blood circulation in the prostate gland and trophism of its tissues. Details in publications:
The effectiveness of hyperbaric oxygenation in the treatment of patients with chronic congestive prostatitis has been proven. 
An alternative treatment recommends ingesting aloe juice (or consuming fresh plant leaves), onion juice diluted in half with water and eating raw pumpkin seeds.
For some patients, treatment of herbs and other medicinal plants helps to reduce the intensity of symptoms of congestive prostatitis. So, herbalists are advised to be treated with an aqueous extract of bearberry leaves (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi) and wintergreen (Pyrola umbellate); a decoction or extract of the roots and leaves of nettle; infusion of large plantain seeds (Plantago major) and white mustard (Sinapis alba); tincture of the root of galangal officinalis (Alpínia officinárum), a decoction of the ground parts of lush cloves (Dianthus superbus), mountaineer or knotweed (Polygonum aviculare), as well as narrow-leaved fireweed (Epilobium).
In addition, phytotherapy of dysuric symptoms can be recommended using an extract of palm fruit of serenium or sabal (Serenoa repens or Sabal serrulata), which contain capsules Prostamol Uno, Prostaplant, Palprostes, etc.
Used in therapy and homeopathy:
- drops Berberis-Homaccord, Populus compositium SR, Sabal-Homaccord, Gentos, Ursitab Edas-132;
- sublingual tablets Bioline Prostate with extracts of the Umbrellas umbrellas (Chimaphila umbellate), clematis straight (Clematis erecta), goldenrod (Solidago virgaurea) and sabal palm fruits.
Surgical treatment by transurethral interventions - laser incision of the prostate gland or its resection - is carried out only with the ineffectiveness of conservative therapy. And prostatic calculi are removed by lithotripsy (crushing stones with ultrasound, electromagnetic waves or a laser).