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Chronic Bacterial Prostatitis

Chronic bacterial prostatitis is a complex pathological change of prostatic inflammation, immunity, and neuroendocrine, which is caused by a variety of complex causes and inducements, resulting in the main clinical manifestations of urinary tract irritation and chronic pelvic pain.
 
 
What Causes Chronic bacterial prostatitis?
 
As the name implies, it is caused by a bacterial infection. Staphylococcus and Escherichia coli (also known as Escherichia coli) are the most common pathogenic bacteria. It can also be caused by bacterial infection of surrounding organs and the prostate. Its etiology is very complex, pathogens, dysuria, psycho mental factors, neuroendocrine, immune response, oxidative stress, pelvic abnormalities, urothelial dysfunction, etc., may lead to inflammation of the prostate. There is also often accompanied by a history of chronic urinary tract infection.
 
There are three ways of infection:
 
Bacterial prostatitis can be caused by a blood infection, which is secondary to skin, tonsil, teeth, intestinal tract or respiratory tract infection, and can cause prostate infection through infectious bacteremia;
 
It can be directly spread through the urethra, such as urinary tract infection, urine return to prostate, and anterior urethra infection, up to prostate;
 
It can also be caused by lymphatics, inflammation of adjacent organs such as the lower urinary tract of rectum and colon, and prostatitis by lymphatics.
 
 
Typical symptoms of chronic bacterial prostatitis
 
Pain: There is a burning sensation in the urethra, formication, pain in the perineum, anus area and lower abdomen, penis, testicles, and so on.
 
Urinary issues: When inflammation involves urethra, patients may have mild frequent urination, urgent urination, painful urination, and mucus or purulent secretion that may be discharged from urethra before the first-morning urine or during bowel movements.
 
Sexual dysfunction and infertility: Patients may have decreased libido, impotence, premature ejaculation, ejaculatory pain, increased frequency of spermatorrhea, etc. It may also affect the quality of semen, cause problems such as non-liquefaction of semen, decreased sperm motility, and infertility.
 
Neurasthenia symptoms: Due to the patient's lack of correct understanding of the disease or recurrent condition, there may be depression, fatigue, insomnia, etc.
 

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