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Chronic Nonbacterial prostatitis

Chronic nonbacterial prostatitis(CNBP), or chronic noninfectious prostatitis(CNIP), can be divided into the inflammatory type and noninflammatory type, which are respectively called Type ⅢA and type ⅢB.
It is generally believed that the cause of the disease is various clinical manifestations caused by tension pain of detrusor, urinary sphincter, or pelvic muscle. Some unusual pathogens (such as anaerobes, mycoplasma, chlamydia, or other protozoa, viruses, etc.) may also be the causes.
Scientists have tried to prove to be the cause of nonbacterial prostatitis, but they have not been successful. There are many conjectures that mycoplasma is related to abacterial prostatitis, but there is no sufficient evidence that there is no obvious causal relationship between mycoplasma and abacterial prostatitis.
Some researchers believe that abacterial prostatitis is an immune disease, and the diagnosis of abacterial prostatitis can only be determined after excluding another specific prostatitis.
In addition to urinary tract infections, clinical symptoms and signs of nonbacterial prostatitis are similar to those of bacterial prostatitis. In the case of these symptoms, the patient should see a doctor in time; untimely treatment will have adverse consequences.
Urinary issues: frequent urination, urgent urination, urodynia, nocturia, incomplete bladder emptying, urinary hesitancy, white discharge after urination, etc.;
Sexual dysfunction: premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, weak ejaculation, low libido, impotence, spermatorrhea, etc.;
Pain: pain while urinating, testicular swelling, abdominal pain, perineum pain, foreign body in the urination, ejaculatory pain, pain in the thigh root, and other radiation areas.

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