3 reasons why chlamydia could cause prostatitis

Date:2018-11-30 click:0
Prostate infection, as known as prostatitis, is a condition that involves inflammation of the prostate and sometimes the area around it. There are several types of prostatitis, each with a range of symptoms. Some men with the disease will experience severe pain and others will not be bothered; and the rest fall in between the two. However, the symptoms of the disease do have a significant impact on a man’s quality of life.
How does chlamydia cause prostatitis exactly? 
For starters, lymphatic infection such as urinary tract infections, colon, and rectal infection of the lymphatic channels through the prostate could cause prostatitis.

The second way is blood infection. Pathogenic foci in other parts of the male body like skin, tonsils, dental caries, respiratory or intestinal bacteria could easily go to the prostate through the bloodstream then cause prostatitis. 
The last but also the most common way is direct infection. Acute or chronic prostatitis happens when chlamydia go up into the prostate through the urethra during urination. 
Any bacteria that can cause a urinary tract infection can cause acute bacterial prostatitis. Eroticism or excessive masturbation can cause recurrent prostate congestion then induce prostatitis as well. Bacterial like chlamydia brought from urethral or catheterization instrument can also get into the prostate through the urethra. 
Certain conditions or medical procedures increase the risk of contracting bacterial prostatitis. There is a higher risk if the man has recently had a catheter or other instrument inserted into his urethra, an abnormality of his urinary tract or a recent bladder infection. Chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome can also be caused by atypical organisms such as chlamydia, mycoplasma (which may be transmitted by sexual contact) urea plasma or may also be due to a chemical or immunologic reaction to an initial injury or previous infection. The nerves and muscles in the pelvis may cause pain in the area, either as a response to the prostate infection or inflammation or as an isolated problem itself.  
The three reasons stated above explained why chlamydia could cause prostatitis. The treatment for prostatitis depends on the type of infection you have been diagnosed with. With bacterial prostatitis like the prostatitis caused by chlamydia, the patient will need to take antibiotics for a minimum of 14 days or a really risky surgery.
To avoid the side effects of antibiotics and the risk of surgery, here is a better choice of treatment: a Chinese medication called Diuretic and anti-inflammatory pill. It is a good choice because it barely has any side effects since it’s a kind of herbal medicine. It has been proven to be a very effective medicine according to the feedback from lots of patients.