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Can mycoplasma infection lead to prostatitis?‏

I have mycoplasma infection and also prostatitis

1 answers - 2013-05-08

Doctor
Mycoplasma infection is one of the causes of prostatitis. Once mycoplasma infection causes prostatitis, it's quite difficult to cure it. I suggest you have a prostatic fluid test to confirm what leads to your prostatitis. If it's mycoplasma infection, it's difficult to clear it completely with antibiotics. Due to the specialty of prostate's tissue structure, it's hard for antibiotics to reach prostate, so antibiotics cannot clear mycoplasma completely. And antibiotics can cause resistance, so to cure prostatitis, you need to take different kinds of antibiotics for a long time. But it can not cure it for sure.
The herbal pills do not have the disadvantages of antibiotics, so this pill is an excellent choice. Herbal medicine doesn't cause resistance, so it can be taken for a long time until you prostatitis is completely cured.                                    
Released in 2013-12-19