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Blood in Urine: How to Check if it’s chronic bacterial prostatitis

Some of the patients with prostatitis appear to be neglectful when, the symptoms are not so obvious at the beginning, and they might think that no treatment is needed until there is blood in the urine. For this symptom, you may need to check and understand what the causes are.

Chronic bacterial prostatitis is caused by a variety of complex causes and triggers. The inflammation of the prostate, immune, neuroendocrine involved in the complex pathological changes, leading to urethral irritation and chronic pelvic pain as the main clinical manifestations of the disease. The clinical manifestations of prostatitis are various. Pain and discomfort of perineum, suprapubic area, inguinal area and genitalia may occur.
Urethral symptoms include burning sensation during urination, urinary urgency, frequent urination, painful urination, and may be accompanied by terminal hematuria or purulent urethral discharge; Acute infection may be accompanied by systemic symptoms such as chills, fever, and fatigue. 
What are the examination items of chronic bacterial prostatitis 
Laboratory tests: In the absence of secondary epididymitis or acute exacerbation of chronic infection, the hemogram is generally normal and the white blood cells are not elevated. A large number of inflammatory cells can be found in prostatic massage fluid. Many researchers and clinicians believe that more than 10 white blood cells per high-power field in prostatic fluid are abnormal and more than 15 are leukocytosis. A large number of lipid-laden macrophages in the prostatic fluid are significantly associated with the presence of prostatic inflammation. 
When the urine itself is infected, the collection of segmented urine as well as prostate massage fluid for bacterial culture can determine the source of pathogenic bacteria. When using this technique, the physician must carefully collect samples of urine from the patient and uncontaminated prostatic secretions. Inject the above samples into culture medium and culture for 24 ~ 48 h, and use the standard microbiological examination method to identify the growth of various bacteria.
When there is no or essentially no growth in the bladder specimen (midstream urine), the site of infection is determined by comparing the colony counts of the other specimens. If the colony count of the urethral specimen (initial urine) greatly exceeds (at least 10 times) that of the prostatic specimen, the infection is located in the urethra, whereas the infection is of prostatic origin. 
X-ray examination: Except for various complications (such as prostatic calculus, prostatic hypertrophy, urethral stricture, kidney infection, etc.), otherwise excretory urography is normal. 
Device examination: cystoscopy or urethroscopy may show no abnormalities, or urethral congestion and edema in the prostatic segment, with or without inflammatory polyps. These findings are not specific to chronic bacterial prostatitis and may be present in other prostatic inflammations. 
It is hoped that patients do not neglect treatment when symptoms are mild, and timely treatment can reduce the harm to the body and also restore a healthy body as soon as possible. In addition, patients who fail to respond to antibiotic treatment can take Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, a natural medicine with no side effects or drug resistance. 
For chronic bacterial prostatitis, since the occurrence of prostatitis is related to the infection of pathogens such as microorganisms, so in the treatment, Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can achieve the therapeutic effect with good heat-clearing and detoxifying formula, sterilize and detoxify, effectively combat the common bacteria that cause bacterial prostatitis, and also effectively treat the prostatitis caused by mycoplasma and chlamydia infection. 
In addition, activating blood circulation to dissipate stasis and improve the blood microcirculation of the prostate, making blood circulation unobstructed, not only will it alleviate the inflammation caused by blood stasis, but at the same time, it gets rid of prostate pain. For chronic bacterial prostatitis which is manifested as urination discomfort, urinary frequency, urgency, swelling, white discharge, blood in urine, etc., Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can eliminate the symptoms one by one. 

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