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What are the common causes of chronic nonbacterial prostatitis?

Chronic nonbacterial prostatitis is a condition that causes pain and inflammation in the prostate (gland located directly below the bladder) and the lower urinary tract in men. It is a common condition, especially in men between the ages of 35 and 50, but it can lead to serious sexual and urinary problems if left untreated. Inflammation of the prostate accounts for almost two million doctor’s office visits per year.


Chronic nonbacterial prostatitis is a type of prostatitis. It is more common than bacterial prostatitis. The common causes of chronic nonbacterial prostatitis including: past bacterial infection in the prostate, bacteria that are nontypical (resistant to antibiotics), irritation caused by backup of urine into the prostate gland, chemical irritation, problem with the nerves in the lower urinary tract, parasites, problems with the pelvic muscles, sexual abuse and viruses.


Chronic nonbacterial prostatitis symptoms can cause pain, discomfort, and urinary issues. They include:


•blood in the urine or semen
•pain or burning with urination
•pain with bowel movement
•pain with ejaculation
•pain in the low back, above the pubic bone, between the genitals and anus, the tip of the penis, and the urethra
•difficulty or straining to urinate
•frequent or urgent need to urinate


Herbal medicine named Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can help to treat chronic nonbacterial prostatitis effectively. It can kill the causes of prostatitis thoroughly and doesn’t have any side effects.

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