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Make Clear Whether There Are Bacteria In Your Prostate Gland

Prostatitis will make men suffer a lot if they leave it alone. Before hunting down the cause, you should know that there are two different types of prostatitis -- bacterial and nonbacterial. Even though there are similarities existing in some ways, male friends should still distinguish the treatment of these two types if needed.


To pick up better targeted treatment, the diagnosis of prostatitis is greatly crucial. So how to make clear the presence of bacteria in prostate gland? 



Simple put, the confirmation about whether prostatitis is bacterial or nonbacterial is mainly based on the culture of prostatic fluid clinically. Bacterial prostatitis is often accompanied by urinary tract infection, and there is an excess of inflammatory bacteria in the prostatic fluid, since the bacterial culture of the prostatic fluid is positive. 


However, based on the statistics from clinical practices, urinary tract infection is rarely found in non-bacterial prostatitis or prostatic pain, but there are a large number of inflammatory cells in the prostatic fluid.


The urine tests between bacterial and nonbacterial prostatitis are not the same. Bacteria have been found in the urine of bacteria prostatitis patients, which often companies with symptoms of urinary tract infection like frequent and urgent urination, burning pain in urethra, and so on.


While doctors point out that nonbacterial prostatitis is not necessarily associated with urinary tract infection, and bladder irritation does not always occur, which doesn't mean there isn't any urethral discomfort. 


That is because chronic nonbacterial prostatitis can cause congestion in the posterior urethra to a certain extent. It will lead to some stimulation, resulting in a mild discomfort of urination and slight burning sensation in the urethra, which is much softer than that of chronic bacterial prostatitis.



There are different outcomes of digital rectal examination between these two types. The prostate glands with bacteria are normal or slightly swollen and its texture is hard; nonbacterial prostatic glands are swollen, soft and easy to discharge thin prostate fluid after massage. The excretion of prostate fluid is pretty much, around 0.5~6 ml.


Doctors explain that though antibiotics are commonly-used medicine for treating prostatitis, they are ineffective for most of patients since roughly ninety percent of prostatitis cases are featuring no infection. It's improper to take antibiotic treatment if the disease is not caused by bacteria. It tends to fail to cure the inflammation but can result in side effects including liver and kidney damages if you take the treatment for a long period of time.


As to male patients who gain no overt improvements via using antibiotics, herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is a more adequate option since it leads to no side effects or drug resistance. This herbal medicine works well on both chronic bacterial prostatitis and chronic nonbacterial prostatitis. Meanwhile herbal medicine should be carried out with suitable daily conditioning. With good treatment and nursing work, you will make your body behave itself again.


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