Is prostatitis the cause of infertility?

Date:2018-12-07 click:0

Infertility Causes are multi-factorial. The hidden causes are less obvious and more subtle. They are not easily evaluated or explained by most conventional physicians. Humans are spirits, they have a soul and they live in a body. All aspect of the human component affect the physical body of both men and women and how they produce or reproduce. The psychology is the go-between or bridge between the spirit and the body. The psyche or soul is made up of the mind (intellect), the emotion and the will. The battle for the mind is to control the volition or what the body does. This starts in the invisible realm at the cellular level where energy meets matter. Chemical messengers called hormones which are triggered by the brain starts and orchestra and interplay of hormones which affects fertility and infertility. Setting up mechanisms to tell the body what to do in the process of conception and reproduction. 

Prostatitis refers to a disparate group of disorders that presents with a combination of irritative or obstructive urinary symptoms and perineal pain. Some result from bacterial infection of the prostate gland and others from a poorly understood combination of noninfectious inflammatory factors and/or spasm of the muscles of the urogenital diaphragm. Diagnosis is clinical, along with microscopic examination and culture of urine samples obtained before and after prostate massage. Treatment is with a fluoroquinolone if the cause is bacterial. Nonbacterial causes are treated with warm sitz baths, muscle relaxants, and anti-inflammatory drugs or anxiolytics.
In sexually active men, Chlamydia trachomatis is the most frequent causative microbe, followed by E. coli and Neisseria gonorrhoeae. The infection can spread to epididymis. If left untreated, it can cause infertility. 
Microscopically, a sperm looks like a pollywog, having a round head and a long thin wail. Varieties of reasons cause the deaths of sperms; when the death rate of sperm exceeds 50%, sterility will be caused, which is medically called azoospermia.
Bacteria in urethra can get into prostate, spermatophore, spermaduct, epididymis, testicle through ejaculatory duct and cause inflammatory pathological changes. 
After being produced, sperms move to epididymis first and then to spermatophore through spermaduct. Spermatophore can secrets seminal vesicle fluid which contains nutrient substance needed by sperms for their existence.
When the bacteria reproduce in genital tract, they secrete some hazardous substance which is harmful to sperms. For example, acidic substance secreted by bacteria reduces the PH value in male genital tract, which causes acidosis of sperms. On the other hand, bacterial reproduction consumes abundant of nutriments and nutrient substance needed by sperms, which destroys the environment of sperms and leads them to death.