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Chronic Bacterial Prostatitis Causes

Date:2018-02-07 click:
Chronic bacterial prostatitis is not a common form of prostatitis, affecting less than 5% of prostatitis sufferers. This type develops slowly and lasts for at least three months. It is defined as recurrent urinary tract infections in men originating from a chronic infection in the prostate. 
The main bacterium that causes chronic bacterial prostatitis is Escherichia coli (E. coli), but there are others kind of bacteria that can directly or indirectly trigger this disease. There are even more types of bacteria that can cause chronic bacterial prostatitis. They include:
Chlamydia trachomatis (also cause Chlamydia)
Enterococci sp.
Enterobacter cloacae
Klebsiella pneumonia
Neisseria gonorrhea (causes gonorrhea)
Proteus mirabilis
Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Staphylococcus aureus
Trichomonas vaginalis (causes trichomoniasis)
Ureaplasma urealyticum
Mycoplasma hominis
Serratia marcescens
E. coli accounts for 80% of the cases. The next three responsible bad guys include Klebsiella spp, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and Proteus spp. Then there are there kind of bacteria that are hard to grow in standard culture conditions, making them harder to identify–Ureaplasma urealyticum, Chlamydia trachomatis, and Mycoplasma hominis. 

It seems that the prostate should be a challenging place for bacteria to breed.
1.The most common path for bacteria to get into the prostate is through the urethra. They then make their way up through the penis to the prostate. 
2.Bacteria can also get into the prostate from the bladder. Infections formed in the bladder, and stopped at the prostate when running down in the urine.
3.Medical devices can introduce bacteria to the prostate and urinary tract. When a catheter is inserted into the urethra, it can introduce bacteria. 
4.Another way the men contract bacteria is through sexual activity and unsafe sex. If a partner has a bacterial infection, the man can get bacteria into the urethra. 
5.Having anal sex without a condom is another way for bacteria to get into the bladder and make their way to the prostate. 
6.Another path for bacteria to get to the prostate is by E. coli creeping up into the bladder from the rectum. 
7.Infectious hemorrhoids can also contribute to the bacteria in the rectal area. Then the bacteria get in the urine and make their way down into the prostate.
8.One surprising main cause of E. coli getting to the prostate is food contamination. The E. coli from contaminated chicken and animal products can get into the intestinal tract and lead to bladder infections.
Although chronic bacterial prostatitis is not very common, unfortunately once a man does have it, there’s a good chance that he will have it again. The rate of relapse is 50%. We do not know why, but some experts think that some abnormalities of the prostate may make it more susceptible to getting these recurrent infections. Some infections go undetected for a long time, with chronic bacterial prostatitis being present for many years before the men start to have symptoms. If you want to decrease your risk for bacterial prostatitis, you can start by wearing a condom (especially if you engage in anal sex), cooking chicken and other meats really well, eating a prostate-friendly diet, and staying away from urinary tract infections and other causes of bacterial prostatitis.
Be aware that chronic bacterial prostatitis sufferers are also likely to suffer urinary tract infections along with their other prostatitis symptoms. These symptoms may include the following:
Blood in urine
Frequent urination
Sense of urinary urgency
Low-grade fever
Some men with prostatitis might not experience any of chronic bacterial prostatitis symptoms at all (or may have very few symptoms). Other men might experience symptoms or have inflammation all the time.

Even though antibiotics are usually prescribed for chronic bacterial prostatitis, they are not always effective and may need to be taken again. Doctors should prescribe a 2 to 4-week course of antibiotics. Surgery may be in more serious cases. The most successful treatments include lifestyle changes like dietary changes and doing alternative treatments such as herbal medicine called Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. This medicine can kill bacteria to remove inflammation as well as fix up the infected prostate location to reach a thoroughly cure. Meanwhile, Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can improve symptoms like urinary frequency and urgency significantly. It can keep a long-lasting effect, has no side effect and drug resistance. In general, suffers can recover within three months. 

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