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Prostatitis Is Difficult to Cure, But It Will Recover If Treated Properly

Prostatitis is a common urinary disease in men. Statistically, about half of men are affected by prostatitis at some point.

Chronic prostatitis is a high incidence of prostatitis, and it mainly has the following symptoms:
1. Urination problems: urinary frequency and urgency, endless urination.
2. Pain: it involves the waist, lower abdomen, perineum, etc., and can even lead to pain during intercourse and sexual dysfunction.
At the same time, the long-term recurrence of prostatitis will also change the composition of the prostatic fluid and even lead to male infertility and sexual dysfunction.
Currently, antibiotics are the most commonly used drugs in treating chronic prostatitis. According to statistics, only 5% of patients with chronic prostatitis are caused by bacterial infection. Chronic nonbacterial prostatitis is more common. In the case of unclear pathological mechanisms, many patients with prostatitis receive antibiotic treatment for a long time and in a large dose, which fails to achieve a therapeutic effect and causes antibiotic resistance.
So how to treat prostatitis effectively?
1.Herbal treatment. In recent years, symptoms have been used as the basis for diagnosing and treating prostatitis. Herbal medicine has advantages in treating prostatitis. It believes that the core mechanism of prostatitis is damp heat and blood stasis. Dampness and heat accumulate in the groin, resulting in frequent urination, urethra burning, and other symptoms. Blood stasis causes pain. 
Therefore, medicines that clear heat and eliminate dampness, promote blood circulation, activate vital energy, and relieve pain can be used to treat prostatitis, such as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, which has a better effect.
2. Antibacterial treatment. Antibiotics that are easy to penetrate into the prostate tissue should be selected for acute and chronic bacterial prostatitis. Macrolide antibiotics, cephalosporin antibiotics, and fluoroquinolone antibiotics can be used for treatment, but sufficient treatment must be ensured to avoid recurrence. The onset of acute prostatitis is relatively rapid and can be treated with intravenous medication, quickly eliminating the abscess.
If chlamydia or mycoplasma causes chronic nonbacterial prostatitis, it should be treated with macrolide antibiotics, such as roxithromycin. If fungi cause it, antifungal drugs should be selected for effective treatment. If viruses cause it, antiviral drugs should be selected for treatment.
3. Physical therapy. Patients with prostatitis can take a warm sitz bath but must control the temperature and avoid immersing the testicles in high-temperature water. Warm sitz baths are antibacterial and anti-inflammatory and are beneficial to promoting blood circulation, removing blood stasis, and 
Physical therapy also includes infrared or ultrashort wave and microwave treatments, which can effectively improve blood circulation and reduce inflammation.
It's also recommended to apply transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP), a method of introducing drugs into the prostate tissue, which is a good way to enhance the effect of the drugs and bring better effects.
4. Massage therapy. Prostate massage can be used to squeeze the semen out of the prostate. Thus, it can eliminate prostate congestion and inflammation. Make sure to go to a regular hospital for a professional massage.
5. Surgical treatment. For some incurable bacterial prostatitis, if the condition is quite severe and the patient has no fertility needs, the patient can take transurethral resection of the prostate, which can treat the disease radically.
Prostatitis will not directly cause a threat to life. However, suppose it develops into chronic prostatitis. In that case, it will become hard to cure, and repeated attacks are likely to induce prostate cancer that may affect fertility and even lead to infertility. Therefore, the treatment of prostatitis is essential, and men must pay attention to it.
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