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Notice These Three Misunderstandings Related To Chronic Prostatitis

Chronic prostatitis is a very common disease in males. There are also some misunderstandings related to the disease that many males often get confused about. To better choose the suitable treatment, it is needed to distinguish prostatitis from other diseases and symptoms.

 
1. Chronic prostatitis and prostate hyperplasia are not the same.
 
Patients often confuse chronic prostatitis with prostate hyperplasia, and many patients worry that chronic prostatitis can cause prostate hyperplasia directly, which is actually wrong. This is because chronic prostatitis and prostate hyperplasia are two completely different diseases with different etiology and pathology, and there is no necessary connection between them.
 
2. There is no evidence show that chronic prostatitis certainly causes prostate hyperplasia.
 
This is a question often asked by patients in clinical practice. Prostate hyperplasia is a common disease in elderly men ( over 50 years old). There are many researches on its pathogenesis, but the etiology has not been fully elucidated up to now. Two conditions must be met for this problem, testes presence and aging. 
 
Studies have shown that the synergistic effect of androgen and estrogen plays an important role in the process of prostate hyperplasia, while chronic prostatitis has no obvious effect on the secretion function of testis and metabolism of hormones. Therefore, it is clear that patients with chronic prostatitis will not invite prostate hyperplasia directly. There are some elderly men with BPH (benign prostate hyperplasia) and chronic prostatitis at the same time, but there is no causal relationship between them and they should be treated separately.
 
3. Seminal vesiculitis is not the same as chronic prostatitis.
 
Prostate gland and seminal vesicle glands are accessory gonads adjacent to each other in male reproductive system. Their secretions can be used to constitute the main part of seminal plasma. The ejaculatory tube connected to the seminal vesicle passes through the prostate gland and gets into the urethra, from which semen is released during sexual intercourse.
 
In terms of the anatomical physiological function, the seminal vesicle and the prostate gland are closely related. And the inflammations of the two are closed in the way of infection and etiology, while the clinical manifestations are roughly the same as well. Because both the prostate gland and seminal vesicle open in the posterior urethra, making them adjacent, so seminal vesiculitis and prostatitis often break out together.
 
Study reported that seminal vesiculitis was associated with 80% of prostate infections. The infection approaches of chronic prostatitis and seminal vesiculitis are usually related to the urethral retrograde or direct spreading, and lymphatic or hematogenous infection, the pathogenic bacteria of which are E-coli, staphylococcus, streptococcus faecalis and so on.
 
In summary, seminal vesiculitis and prostatitis cannot be equated, but because of the close relationship between the anatomical and physiological functions of the prostate gland and seminal vesicle, the two often occur together, and the inflammatory stage of the infection and clinical symptoms are roughly the same, so the clinical treatment principles are basically the same.
 
Usually, for both chronic prostatitis and seminal vesiculitis, the herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is a cost-effective solution, which features great effects on eliminating inflammations and adjusting the genitourinary system in men. Persist in the medication, these problems will be efficiently cured.
 
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