Why Is My Chronic Prostatitis Recurrent?

Date:2019-07-30 click:
Man who suffers from chronic prostatitis may express such sentiments when they treat diseases, then why my chronic prostatitis can not be cured, and repeated so many time? In fact, the prostate structure, pathogenesis, and other factors, all of them will lead to recurrent chronic prostatitis.
 
1. Complex structure
 
The prostate is adjacent to the bladder, the rectum, and the seminal vesicle and vas deferens, urethra and ejaculatory duct pass through the prostate, these organs and prostate can affect each other. The prostate is a glandular secretory organ, the vertical angle or oblique entry of the glandular duct into the posterior urethra, the path is long with a small opening. It is easy to be affected by many factors, resulting in the retention of the prostatic fluid and easy to induce infection.
 
2. Histological changes of the prostate
 
Chronic prostatitis can lead to vessel occlusion, fibrosis and scar formation of glandular parenchyma, glandular atrophy, hardening or edema, and even calcification and stone in the prostate, which makes it difficult for drug therapy to be effective in the prostate. Pathogens can proliferate and diffuse in a large number in the local area, aggravating the inflammation of the local area, the extent of glandular duct occlusion and degree of fibrosis.
 
3. Complex and diverse etiology
 
In addition to bacterial infection, prostatic pain is also caused by autoimmune reaction or abnormal immunity, pelvic floor muscle tension, urinary reflux in the prostate, physical injury, prostatic calculi, inflammation, long-term congestion, uric acid abnormality, urethral stricture, hypertrophy of seminal testis, prostatic hyperplasia, food allergy, fungal or viral infection, etc., all of these are important factors of pain and inflammation. Tissues and organs around the prostate, muscle and nerve dysfunction may also lead to pathological changes in prostatitis.
 
 

4. Unhealthy living habits
 
Many prostatitis patients suffer from the disease because there are many unhealthy habits in life, such as lack of hygiene in life, unhygienic sex life, frequent sexual intercourse or masturbation, excessive drinking or consumption of stimulating food, long-distance cycling or sedentary, partial neglect of warmth and other factors can cause long -term congestion of the prostate and induce chronic prostatitis, and ultimately it will be recurrent. And these patients may still have bad habits during treatment.
 
5. Psychological factors and negative treatment
 
Chronic prostatitis patients may suffer from insomnia, amnesia, anxiety, depression, even fantasy, and even pessimistic disappointment. The confusion in this respect sometimes exceeds the pain of the disease itself, leading to disorderly medical treatment everywhere, and self-abandonment, which has become one of the reasons why chronic prostatitis is difficult to treat.
 
6. Complex doctor-patient relationship
 
At present, there is chaos in the medical service industry. It is inevitable that there are a deliberate or unintentional misdiagnosis and mistreatment. The lack of systematic training and effective treatment of urologists in some large hospitals has led many patients to mistake the prostate as a fundamentally untreatable disease, affecting the systematic diagnosis and standardized treatment of chronic prostatitis.
 
In addition, the extensive use of antibiotics and abuse of other drugs destroyed the patient's immune system and further aggravated the patient's condition. So how to treat chronic prostatitis is more effective, and can avoid recurrence?
 
In fact, if antibiotics treatment is ineffective or there is recurrence, patients can take conservative natural medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill orally, it will not cause drug resistance, and it can penetrate the prostate membrane, so that drug efficacy can reach the focus directly, fundamentally eliminates the  genitourinary inflammation, return to the normal function of the prostate. With a strictly controlled diet, it can be cured in about three months without relapse.
 
Finally, it is advised that patients should develop a balanced diet and healthy living habits during treatment, so as to avoid prolonging the treatment time.

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