What can be the most effective treatment for chronic prostatitis?

Date:2018-12-06 click:0

What can be selected as the most impactful treatment for chronic prostatitis? In fact, maybe no one can give answer to this question. It is known that bacterial prostatitis can be divided into chronic bacterial prostatitis and acute bacterial prostatitis. Among which, chronic bacterial prostatitis is mainly caused by one or more pathogens. And gram-negative aerobic bacteria, such as escherichia coli and pseudomonas aeruginosa are the pathogens. Besides, it is verified that chlamydia and mycoplasma can lead to prostatitis as well.

It is widely said that chronic bacterial prostatitis is difficult to be cured. Antibiotic can only relieve the symptoms, but factors that caused recurrent urinary tract infections can not be eliminated completely. Common treatments for treating chronic bacterial prostatitis are:
1. Medical treatment. Pharmacokinetic studies and clinical experience has proved that very few antibiotic can achieve effective therapeutic concentrations in prostatic secretions when treating non-acute bacterial prostatitis. 
Antibiotic can only be given to patients who don't have azotemia. Individual differences is a factor that should be considered when doctors formulate the treatment. Meanwhile, drug resistance of the suffers is another decisive factor.    
Condition can be controlled easily by taking antibiotic, but how to improve it is tough. If this medical treatment is interrupted, bladder urine can be infected again and new symptoms is about to occur. To solve this problem, traditional Chinese medicine can perform a role. Many suffers know that traditional Chinese herbal medicine cause no damage to our bodies, because they are all collected from nature.  
2. Surgical treatment: Whether chronic bacterial prostatitis can be cured or not, surgery is an available way. Owing to prostatitis is a stubborn disease, many other complication can appear if surgery is chosen as the treatment. Complications, such as sexual dysfunction and urinary incontinence limit this alternative approach. If the infected tissues and stones can be excised by surgery, and the prostatitis is cured, it is perfect. But it is hard to achieve this result, because tissues around the prostate are full of a large number of infected lesions.     
3. Adjuvant therapy: In order to to gain good results with treatment, some daily adjuvant therapies are helpful, such as hot water bath, anti-inflammatory medicines or massage therapy.