Prostatitis may be a manifestation of some STDs

Date:2018-12-06 click:0

Prostatitis is obviously a disease that commonly occurs in men. Many people think that prostatitis certainly has something to do with STDs. As a matter of fact, gonococcal prostatitis, mycoplasma prostatitis and chlamydia prostatitis are all types of prostatitis that have appeared recent years indeed. So we can say that prostatitis may be a manifestation of some STDs.

Does prostatitis relate to STDs? Generally, men who go to check prostate problems account for 25 percents to 30 percents of all urology diseases outpatients. Prostatitis can be divided into infectious prostatitis and noninfectious prostatitis. So, some patients may not experience the symptoms at all, while some men are prone to suffer continuous or repeated URSI ( urinary reproductive systematic infection). 
Infectious prostatitis is usually caused by urethritis, seminal, epididymitis or infected by other infected foci. The most common route of infection is that bacteria spread to prostate directly. When a men is at a low resistance, bacteria hiding in his urethra can enter prostate through prostate pit which is in posterior urethral. When swollen boils skins or inflammation of tonsils, gums, respiratory occurs, blood and lymph are approaches to invade prostate, which can absolutely lead to prostatitis. In addition, virus, trichomoniasis, fungi and mycoplasma can all give rise to prostatitis.             
Prostatitis is not always concern with STDs, but it is true that a lot of STD patients are suffering from gonococcal prostatitis, mycoplasma prostatitis and chlamydia prostatitis. When patients are found with prostatitis, tests of gonococci, chlamydia and mycoplasma can not be left out. Actually to diagnosis prostatitis can not be separated from ascertaining its causes.  
Compared with infectious prostatitis, noninfectious prostatitis is commonly induced by congestion caused by drinking, having spicy food or riding for too long. We must have already known the relation between prostatitis and STDs from the above explanation. At last, we remind men who are suffering with suspected symptoms ought to go to the doctor as soon as possible.