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What is the best drug for prostatitis candida?

I have a male friend who used to infect prostatitis candida for about two years. Here is his medical history.

Two years ago, he married with his girlfriend, a victim of monilial vaginitis, which he didn’t know. He engaged in an unprotected intercourse with his wife. But three weeks later, he began to experience urinary retention and was catheterized with 400 mL of residual urine. He was placed on tamsulosin and did well. 
However, after one week, while on a business trip, the patient began to experience dysuria and started taking levofloxacin. He continued to have symptoms and reported back to his urologist. Urinalysis while on antibiotics showed 20-30 white cells and 20-30 red blood cells per high power field, but cultures were negative. He was asked to continue his antibiotics. One week later, he again had urinary retention and underwent catheterization with 450 ml residual. His tamsulosin was increased and levofloxacin was continued. A second urine culture, without urinalysis, was performed 3 days later, which was again sterile. Symptoms never completely resolved. At no time did the patient experience systemic symptoms, such as fevers or chills. 
After 1 month of antibiotics, his dysuria progressed to perineal discomfort and burning after urination. At that time, he was seen once again by urology. Urinalysis again showed 20-30 white blood cells and 20-30 red blood cells per high power field, and rectal examination revealed a slightly boggy prostate with mild tenderness. Urine culture, prostate secretion cultures, and ejaculate cultures all grew candida albicans at that time. 
As a matter of fact, he was diagnosed at that time with candida prostatitis. He was started on fluconazole 400 mg daily for 6 weeks, with total resolution of symptoms after the first week of therapy. He is currently symptom-free over a year later, and follow-up urinalysis after treatment returned to normal.
Fluconazole is an antifungal medication, which was developed by scientists at Pfizer and was first marketed in 1990. It is now available as the common treat for prostatitis candida. It is used to treat a variety of fungal infections, especially candida infections, mouth, throat, and bloodstream. What's more, it can prevent infections in people with weak immune systems, including those with neutropenia due to cancer chemotherapy, transplant patients, and premature babies. 
Since fluconazole therapy has been associated with QT interval prolongation, which may lead to serious cardiac arrhythmias. Thus, it is used with caution in patients with risk factors for prolonged QT interval, such as electrolyte imbalance or use of other drugs that may prolong the QT interval. Therefore, Dr. Lee currently suggests the best treatment for prostatitis candida--herbal medicine. Made of natural herbs, herbal medicines have other advantages like no drug resistance, good at treating chronic disease with no side-effects. Especially the herbal pill called diuretic and anti-inflammatory pill is strongly recommended. It has been clinically proved that diuretic and anti-inflammatory pill can shorten the course of treatment, relieving the torture of frequent urge to urinate, pain or burning during urination because it can work on lesion area directly with the effect of eliminating inflammation, activating blood and removing toxin.

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