If you have symptoms, then get a diagnosis from a doctor. My opinion is that doctors have no treatments that will get your prostate healthy and in fact among the many side effects of the treatments you can include ED and cancer. Since it is bad diet and lack of critical nutrients that cause the problems, then it is logical that solving the cause will involve diet and lifestyle, and that this does solve it. Obviously a healthy diet is critical.
Even then unless you include a high level of nutrient rich foods such as seafood(s), shellfish (such as oysters) and seaweed, the only solution is supplements. The good news is that nutrients are well studied and shown to be successful at restoring and maintaining a healthy prostate. To ensure you are getting your Iodine requirements, check out Nascent Iodine.
Prostatitis or inflamed prostate is normally dealt with using powerful anti-inflammatory supplements such as Serrapeptase, Curcumin and Vitamin D3 (which can be found in Serranol) but you may also need the nutrients below.
Enlarged prostate, Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) (also healthy fertility) needs a little more attention and great success has been shown with beta-sitosterol rich nutrients. I do not have enough room to include all of the studies but they are all good and more importantly, independent: Saw Palmetto Fruit Extract, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Beta-Carotene, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B6,
Vitamin D3, Copper, Selenium, Nettle Root, Uva Ursi (BearBerry), Graminex, Pollen, L-Glycine, L-Alanine, Lycored (Lycopene), Ginseng, Asparagus Extract, Blessed Thistle, Fenugreek Extract, Cayenne Powder and Marshmallow Root.
All of these can be found in Prostate Plus, click here for more information.