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Chronic Non-bacterial Prostatitis: Look Out For Enemies Other Than Bacteria

Chronic non-bacterial prostatitis, also known as chronic pelvic pain syndrome, is one of the prostatitis diseases. Inflammation doesn't always have to be caused by bacteria or other microbes. It can also be related to other daily factors. There are a lot of things you should know about chronic non-bacterial prostatitis


Chronic non-bacterial prostatitis

Clinical manifestations of chronic non-bacterial prostatitis. 


Urine change: mainly include frequent urination, urgent urination, urination pain and urethral discomfort or burning feeling when urinating. Sometimes there is a white discharge from the urethral orifice, commonly known as urethral orifice "drop white".


Sexual dysfunction: there may be erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, spermatorrhea or painful ejaculation.


Prostatic tenderness: you can feel the pain when doing the digital rectal examination.


Mental symptom: occasionally, you may have dizziness, head bulge, lack of power, insomnia, fatigue, low mood and so on.


The most common symptom is the pain, which involves many organs in your body, like dull pain, throbbing or discomfort in the perineum or lower abdomen, sometimes a sense of acid swelling in lumbosacral, pubic, bilateral groin area and even double lower extremities. Pain can be persistent or may occur intermittently. It is often unfelt or mild at work during the day, and evident at leisure or before bed.


Chronic non-bacterial prostatitis is not caused by bacterial infection, and the following factors should be noted, which are actually very common in your daily life.


The prostate can become congested for a variety of reasons, especially passive congestion, which can be seen as an important pathogenic factor. Non-infectious, non-microbial congestion for a long time can form a non-specific inflammatory response, namely the chronic non-bacterial prostatitis in most cases.



Congestion is common in the following situations:


Direct pressure on the perineum: riding a bicycle, riding a horse, or sitting for long periods of time can congest the prostate gland, especially when riding a bicycle.


Drinking alcohol: this is a common habit that can make genital organ congested and cause sexual excitement.


Abnormal sex life: frequent sex, forced interruption of intercourse, or excessive masturbation can cause the prostate to become abnormally congested. But excessive abstinence also can produce automatic excitement, and cause passive hyperemia.


Overweight massage: overweight or too frequent manipulation of prostate massage can cause prostate congestion, which is iatrogenic congestion.


Catch colds: prostate is rich in α-adrenal receptors, which can cause sympathetic nerve activity after cold, leading to increased pressure in the urethra and impeding excretion. Contraction of the prostatic ducts also interferes with excretion, resulting in stasis congestion.


Because chronic non-bacterial prostatitis has a greater impact on men, so male patients with these problems should identify the cause with targeted diagnosis. For the treatment of chronic non-bacterial prostatitis, the herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill always works well on them.


It can effectively improve the blood circulation and qi circulation, remove the blood stasis, enhance the body resistance and tone up the organ self-healing ability. It won't lead to any side effects, so it can help you get cured after a long time treatment.



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