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Why prostatitis can bring testicle pain to men?

As a common disease for men, prostatitis can brings a large number of symptoms to men. Among all of them, the testicle pain, as one of the most typical one, is one of the most trouble symptoms. Why prostatitis can bring testicle pain to man and how? 

Prostatitis, as commonly inflammation on prostate, can be classified into four types. But acute bacterial prostatitis, chronic bacterial prostatitis and chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome are more common to see.  
After knowing what prostatitis it, it is time to answer the question: Why prostatitis can bring testicle pain to men? Generally speaking, around 90% of prostatitis is bacterial prostatitis. What's more, it is also well known that the prostate is so close to testicles. Therefore, the infection in prostate can be widely spread via the blood circulation and lymph. Therefore, testicle pain can be caused when there is infection in testicle. 
Since the testicle pain is one of the most annoying symptoms of prostatitis, how to eradicate it? I know that you will take painkiller because it is the most common used treatment. But the painkiller can only release the pain for you temperately. On the contrary, if you are going to take herbal therapy, not only the pain can be released, but also the nidus. Take the herbal medicine - Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, for example. This herbal medicine is good at easing pain, because it can clear away heat, remove toxic materials and release pain. 
Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill also has many other advantages such as o side-effect and no drug resistance, so no matter how long you have to take this pill, its effect always will be as good as the first day. 
All in all, there is no need to worry about the testicle pain caused by prostatitis too much. it is curable and the cure is quite simple. Painkiller or Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can help men greatly. 

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