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Why is Treating Chronic Prostatitis Like Climbing a Mountain?

Although prostatitis is not a major disease and does not threaten the patient's life, it is difficult to treat. Especially when prostatitis becomes chronic, the patient suffers from urinary discomfort or pain in the lower body, which is physically and mentally exhausting. To a certain extent, this also increases the difficulty of treatment and prolongs the treatment period.


Why is it so hard to treat chronic prostatitis?

1. Complex Prostate Neighborhood

The prostate is adjacent to the bladder, posterior to the rectum, and above it is the seminal vesicle and the ampulla of the vas deferens, through the middle of which the urethra and the ejaculatory duct pass. The prostate is a glandular secretion organ; the prostate is outside the area of the gland duct at a vertical angle or oblique into the posterior urethra, the path is long, and the opening is small, susceptible to a lot of factors and poor excretion, resulting in the retention of prostatic fluid, and easy to induce infection.

2. Alteration of Prostate Structure

Chronic prostatitis can lead to vascular occlusion of the prostate, fibrosis, scar formation of the glandular parenchyma, glandular atrophy, hardening or edema, and even calcification and stone formation, which makes it difficult for medication to reach an effective concentration of medication in the prostate. The pathogens can increase and spread locally, further aggravating local inflammatory reactions, the extent of glandular ductal occlusion, and the degree of fibrosis.

3. Complex and Varied Causes of Prostatitis 

In addition to bacterial infection, autoimmune response or immune abnormalities, pelvic floor psychomuscular tension, urinary reflux in the prostate, physical injury, prostate stones, inflammation, prolonged congestion, uric acid abnormalities, urethral stricture, seminal testicular hypertrophy, prostatic hyperplasia, food allergies, and fungal or viral infections can also be important factors contributing to the pain and inflammatory response of the prostate. 

Dysfunction of the tissues and organs surrounding the prostate, muscles, and nerves may also contribute to the pathologic changes of prostatitis.

4. Continued presence of Unhealthy Lifestyle Habits

Many patients suffer from the disease because there are many bad habits in their lives, such as ignoring individual hygiene, a history of unclean sex, frequent sexual intercourse or masturbation, alcoholism or a large number of stimulating food, long-distance cycling or sedentary behavior, neglecting the local warmth, and many other factors can cause patients with long-term congestion of the prostate, triggered by chronic prostatitis, and ultimately, make it a long time to be cured. 

Moreover, these patients may still have unhealthy lifestyle habits during and after the treatment.

5. Psychosomatic Factors and Negative Coping Styles

Patients may have insomnia, forgetfulness, anxiety, depression, rumination, and pessimism. The emotional aspect of the confusion is sometimes even more than the pain of the disease itself, resulting in some randomly seeking medical treatment and some self-abandonment, which is one of the reasons why chronic prostatitis is difficult to treat.

6. Inappropriate Treatment

Since the prostate gland is covered by a thick and tough membrane, it is difficult for antibiotics to enter the membrane, so the treatment effect is not satisfactory. Even if all the disease-causing microorganisms are killed, and the symptoms are reduced or even disappear, they will recur soon afterward.

Therefore, we recommend mild and non-side-effective Chinese medicine therapy. For recurrent prostatitis, the herbs in the traditional Chinese medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can penetrate the prostate membrane, and the medicinal effect directly reaches the diseased area, eliminating the inflammation from the root and restoring the normal function of the prostate.

In addition, patients should also maintain good living habits during treatment, pay attention to their daily diet, do not eat spicy and stimulating food, and eat more nutritious fresh vegetables and fruits. 

Drink more water daily to replenish the body's moisture to promote the body's metabolism; ensure good sleep and appropriate physical exercise to enhance immunity; avoid sitting for a long time. Bad habits such as holding urine and riding a bicycle for a long time should also be changed.

Therefore, to cross the giant mountain of chronic prostatitis, patients must start from the above aspects and solve them one by one. With active treatment, good daily care, and an optimistic attitude, you will eventually reach your goal and enjoy the scenery behind the mountain.

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