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How to Treat Candidal Prostatitis?

Candidal prostatitis is caused by a pathogen called Candida albicans. It is a small, oval, thin-walled yeast that sprouts. In fact, there are many yeast-like bacteria in human urine, most of which are not pathogenic. However, when you are infected with Candida albicans, it can cause chronic prostatitis.

Candidal prostatitis refers to prostatitis caused by candidal urethritis or candidal vaginitis in sexual partners, which is caused by Candida albicans through sexual contact. Candidal prostatitis is characterized by chronic prostatitis, including urethral redness, itchy urethra, perineal and rectal discomfort, and dysuria in severe cases. Candida can be found in urethral secretions or prostatic fluid. Candida can grow in Salmonella media.
The clinical manifestations of fungal prostatitis are often similar to those of chronic non-bacterial prostatitis. The symptoms of fungal prostatitis are perineal discomfort, turbid urine during urination, aseptic pyuria, post-urinary drip pain, ejaculation pain, etc., and can be accompanied by symptoms such as a rectal drop. 
Fungal prostatitis patients generally have no systemic symptoms such as fever, and often have a history of long-term use of antibiotics and abuse of antibiotics. The wife or partner of the patient also has recurrent symptoms or history of fungal vaginitis, which usually needs to be differentiated by etiological diagnosis.
Fungal infections may be considered in the following cases:
1. The patient has symptoms of prostatitis and has been treated for more than half a year. Doctors seem to have lost confidence in the treatment.
2. After many courses of antibiotic treatment, the symptoms of prostatitis are still not improving.
3.Along with the symptoms of prostatitis, there are many other clinical symptoms of Candida albicans infection of the prostate, including urinary pain or dysuria, blood cells or albumin in urine, rectal irritation, rectal and anal itching, and decreased sexual desire.
In recent years, with the increasing use of antibiotics in prostatitis, and the trend of abuse, fungal infections in the genitourinary system have a growing trend. Most of these infections are iatrogenic double infections. Although some people believe that fungal infection is one of the causes of non-bacterial prostatitis, the report of prostatitis caused by fungal infection is scarce, and there is no report of secondary prostatic fungal infection in the treatment of chronic prostatitis. 
Especially in some patients with chronic prostatitis, because of the long-term use of antibiotics or repeated direct injection of antibiotics and glucocorticoids into the prostate, bacterial imbalance, and immunity decline, thus increasing fungal Ganoderma into the prostate quickly induce fungal infection of the prostate. Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill will not cause any side effects on the human body, and can also improve human immunity and can treat chronic prostatitis from the root.
Although it is not yet possible to determine whether chronic prostatitis caused by fungal infection or secondary fungal infection in the treatment of chronic prostatitis, fungal infection of the prostate may be an indispensable problem, if patients have more symptoms associated with the above-mentioned Candida albicans infection, they can start a diagnostic treatment of experimental diet control for one month. 
If there are fungal pseudomycelia in prostatic fluid, fungal culture in prostatic fluid should be done if necessary. Once the diagnosis is established, broad-spectrum antibiotics and puncture and intubation should be stopped immediately, and effective and sufficient antifungal drugs should be given.
At ordinary times, we should pay more attention to the diet, eat more fresh vegetables and fruits, avoid greasy and spicy food as far as possible. Tea as a drink in daily life can prevent and improve prostatitis. For example, Eucommia ulmoides, Cordyceps, Tilia Cordyceps, and Lycium barbarum have anti-inflammatory and sterilization effects, clearing away dampness and heat, tonifying kidney and tonifying qi. Best wishes for recovery.

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