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What Is the Relationship between Prostatitis and STD?

Prostatitis is a common disease in adult men. The prostate is a chestnut shaped gland that grows in the posterior urethra at the front of the bladder. Prostatitis is divided into infective and non-infective types.
 
 
Infective prostatitis is often caused by urethritis, seminal vesiculitis, epididymitis, or other infectious foci that travel to the prostate through blood; non-infective prostatitis is often caused by drinking, excessive sexual intercourse, long-term cycling, masturbation and other causes of congestion of the prostate.
 
Prostatitis is not necessarily related to STDs, but in recent years, there are indeed many STD patients who get gonococcal prostatitis, Mycoplasma prostatitis, Chlamydia prostatitis. Gonorrhea, chlamydia, and mycoplasma infection, herpes simplex virus infection can often be followed by or complicated with prostatitis, so prostatitis may also be a symptom of STD patients.
 
When found to have prostatitis, careful analysis is needed. If necessary, gonococcus, mycoplasma, and Chlamydia laboratory tests are also needed to determine whether the condition of prostatitis is caused by sexually transmitted diseases.
 
 
On the other hand, prostatitis is also associated with overuse of antibiotics, such as some sulfonamides, which can stimulate the prostate gland and produce prostatitis when discharged through the urethra. There are many causes of prostatitis, and it is suggested not to use drugs without authorization before diagnosis.
 
Patients should actively understand the common sense of disease, face up to the occurrence and development of prostate disease, in order to avoid greater harm to health caused by prostatitis, they should go to the regular hospital for regular inspection, seek regular guidance and treatment programs, and pay attention to prevention and health care in life.
 
If infective prostatitis is caused by STDs, there will be some differences in treatment. For Chlamydia prostatitis, tetracycline or macrolide antibiotics, such as azithromycin, should be selected as the first choice. The treatment should be carried out in advance for about 2-4 weeks.
 
 
However, if the symptoms of patients do not improve significantly after a period of time, it is necessary to change other treatment drugs or methods to avoid drug resistance. Traditional Chinese medicine treatment is safe and can regulate patients comprehensively, so it has become the first choice of many patients so far.
 
The use of antidotes of Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill has fully achieved the effect of broad-spectrum antibiotics of modern medicine, which can effectively kill all kinds of bacteria.
 
 
Therefore, it can not only effectively make chlamydia turn negative, eliminate the symptoms and prostatitis of the patients, but also improve the internal environment of the urogenital system and immunity of the patients, so as to change the living environment of chlamydia, thoroughly eliminate the focus, achieve the effect of both treating the causes and preventing recurrence. Wish You recover as soon as possible!

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