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How Does Bacteria, Virus, and Pathogens Cause Prostatitis?

Prostatitis is a common disease in adult males. It occurs mostly in young adults who are sexually active. Prostatitis is divided into acute and chronic. Acute prostatitis mostly starts suddenly and has symptoms of frequent urination, urgent urination, and pain of urine. Most of them are caused by a bacterial infection. Correct treatment, combined with rest and adequate drinking water, will improve your systems soon without resulting in sequelae.

Chronic prostatitis is more complicated. It has many symptoms, such as pain or discomfort in the perineum, suprapubic region, inguinal region, and medial thigh. Sometimes patients may have urinary irritation symptoms such as frequent urination, urgent urine, and urodynia.  
Sometimes drips after urinating will occur. Occasionally patients will have pain, hemospermia, premature ejaculation, and impotence after ejaculation. Patients with prostatitis also have symptoms of depression, fatigue, dizziness, and tinnitus. But there is no need to worry about, as long as effective treatment methods, such as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, it can effectively kill all the bacteria, viruses, pathogens that cause diseases, and eliminate the inflammation of the prostate without producing side effects.
What’s more, it can also improve the immunity of the human body against diseases. Patients can be completely cured, and no longer have symptoms such as urinary discomfort.
There are three infection forms of prostatitis:
1.Transurethral direct spread
This is a more conventional route of infection. Bacteria enter the urethra through the urethral orifice and then invade the prostatic body through the prostatic duct, causing acute or chronic prostatitis.
It is worth noting that gonococcal urethritis is an essential cause of prostatitis. With the rapid development of gonorrhea in recent years, gonococcal urethritis has become a significant cause of chronic prostatitis.
Benign prostatic hyperplasia or the prostate calculi can deform and distort the prostatic urethra, and cause congestion and dysuria. Even worse, it will reduce the immunity of the prostatic urethral mucosa to non-pathogenic bacteria that could coexist peacefully in the urethra, thus prone to prostatitis.  
Hypersexual desire or excessive masturbation can cause repeated hyperemia of the prostate and lead to prostatitis. Urethral catheterization or urethral instrumentation can bring bacteria into the urethra and cause prostate infections.
2. Infection through blood circulation  
Pathogens from other parts of the body can pass through the blood circulation to the prostate to cause prostatitis. Invasion of bacteria from skin, tonsil, dental caries, respiratory tract, or intestinal tract infections into the prostate after entering blood is common.
3. Lymphatic infection
This situation is relatively rare, and prostatitis can be caused by inflammation near the prostate, such as rectum, colon, bladder, urethra, etc. through lymphatic ducts.
Prevention of prostatitis also requires you to avoid unhygienic sexual intercourse and holding urine. Drink more water, develop good living, and eating habits is also important.

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