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How is Chronic Prostatitis Infected?
Speaking of chronic prostatitis, many males have some understanding of the disease. The occurrence of chronic prostatitis can have severe consequences for the patient, and it is not a simple matter to treat the disease well. Today, let's introduce how chronic prostatitis is infected.
 

1. Upper respiratory tract infection.
 
When a patient suffers from upper respiratory tract infection, oral gingivitis, or pharyngeal tonsillitis, bacteria will benefit from the deficiency. After entering the bloodstream, bacteremia is first formed, and when the bacteria further reach the prostate, it will cause inflammation. If the number of bacteria is small and the virulence is low, the patient will have a specific resistance to disease, but it is also easy to be mistaken for a cold and spread to chronic illness.
 
2. Upper urinary tract infection.
 
It is a more common route of infection. Bacteria enter the urethra through the urethral orifice and invade the prostate through the prostate catheter, causing acute or chronic prostatitis. Urinary catheterization or urethral device examination can bring bacteria into the urethra and cause prostate infection. 
 
The infection of prostate burn is sometimes caused by sex. Unprotected anal sex can also cause prostatitis. Upper urinary tract infections, including pyelonephritis and cystitis, can spread directly through the bloodstream or urinary tract to reach the glands and induce prostate inflammation.
 
It is worth noting that gonococcal urethritis is a fundamental cause of prostatitis. With the rapid development of gonorrhea in recent years, it has become a significant cause of chronic prostatitis. Sexual drive or excessive masturbation can cause repeated congestion of the prostate and induce prostatitis. 
 
Prostatic hyperplasia or the presence of stones can cause the urethra of the prostate to deform, twist, congest and urinate, and reduce the immunity of the urethral mucosa of the prostate against the non-pathogenic bacteria that can coexist peacefully in the urethra, so prostatitis is prone to occur.
 

3. Lower urinary tract infection.
 
Infection of the lower urinary tract includes inflammation of the posterior urethra and bladder neck, which can directly invade the glands, be caused by contaminated urine, or sometimes caused by holding back the urine. 
 
After regurgitation, it enters the prostate tubule that communicates with the posterior urethra, which will cause glandular infection. Acute cystitis, acute urinary retention, and acute gonococcal posterior urethritis can be caused by reflux of infected urine through the prostate duct.
 
With the emergence of chronic prostatitis, it takes a long time for the patient to be cured. The above introduces how chronic prostatitis is infected. Everyone understands the infection process of chronic prostatitis, which can help everyone prevent the occurrence of the disease and also help patients better treat this disease.
 
Patients with chronic prostatitis need to receive medication, such as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. And it should be used consistently, and the treatment should not be stopped when the condition is initially relieved, as this will cause incomplete treatment. Because herbal medicine has a long course of treatment and slow results, people can stop the medication as soon as they can't insist on healing. It is easy to cause prostatitis symptoms to be delayed and difficult to heal.
 
For chronic prostatitis treatment, the patient's medical history, clinical symptoms, physical examination, laboratory analysis, past treatment history, etc., should be analyzed in detail. And patients should adopt individualized treatment to avoid drug abuse to get the best treatment and have a healthy life as soon as possible.

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