Many people immediately think of antibiotics when they hear about inflammation. There are a large number of bacteria in the environment of human life. A part of the bacteria will cause human infection after invading the human body, making people sick and even leading to death. For this reason, this part of bacteria is also called pathogenic bacteria. For example, purulent bacteria can cause tonsillitis.
As a common disease in adult men, prostatitis is a clinical disease caused by the stimulation of the prostate by pathogenic bacteria or some non-infectious factors, showing symptoms such as pain or discomfort in the pelvic region and abnormal urination. Doctors need to judge whether and when antibiotics are needed through a few indicators. Antibiotics should not be used blindly.
Prostatitis, accounting for three-quarters of urological outpatient visits, is divided into acute and chronic prostatitis. Chronic prostatitis is divided into chronic bacterial prostatitis and chronic non-bacterial prostatitis. Only bacterial prostatitis requires the use of antibiotics. Non-bacterial prostatitis accounts for 90 percent of prostatitis, which means that only 10 percent of patients with prostatitis need antibiotics.
At the same time, the choice of antibiotic medicine is also important. If the prostatic fluid is routinely indicated to have significant leukocyte infiltration, appropriate antibiotics can be used for treatment. Currently, most antibiotics are broad-spectrum antibiotics. However, the prostate is toughly coated, so many antibiotics are not easy to penetrate through the prostate capsule.
According to the urological guidelines, it is recommended to use levofloxacin or macrolide antibiotics. These two kinds of medicines can effectively penetrate through the prostate capsule. The most common drugs include levofloxacin and moxifloxacin. These medicines are effective in penetrating the prostate capsule, and patients are recommended to receive oral antibiotics for 7 to 14 days, followed by a review of the prostatic fluid. The prostate fluid culture aims to see if there are bacteria and to what medicines the patient is sensitive. In this way, effective antibiotics can be chosen, and effective treatment can be achieved.
Therefore, whether patients with prostatitis need to take antibiotics depends on the disease category. This can be determined by a urine routine test and prostate fluid examination. More than 90% of clinical prostatitis is not caused by bacterial infection, and the main effect of antibiotics is to fight the bacterial infection. Thus, not all prostatitis need to use antibiotics. Blind abuse of antibiotics may be noneffective for the treatment or bring side effects. For the benefit of patients, doctors must distinguish the reasons and give symptomatic treatment.
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