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Why do People Find it Difficult to Cure Chronic Non-bacterial Prostatitis?
Many patients with chronic nonbacterial prostatitis suffer a lot from this disease. They do not have serious symptoms, but their disease is incurable. It's a good idea to go to the hospital for treatment, but if they go to the hospital, the doctor can't find the exact cause and only prescribe medicine that cannot completely cure the disease. 

So, why is chronic nonbacterial prostatitis so hard to cure in practice?
Chronic nonbacterial prostatitis is a common prostatitis syndrome. The disease is chronic, and its cause is not yet known. Its typical symptoms are pain around the pelvis, frequent, urgent, and painful urination, and a burning sensation in the urethra. 
The doctor will find some abnormal inflammatory cells in the prostate secretions of patients with nonbacterial prostatitis, but bacterial cultures and other methods fail to detect the causative bacteria. The main goal of treatment for chronic nonbacterial prostatitis is to relieve pain, improve urinary symptoms, and improve the quality of life.
There are many reasons responsible for why chronic nonbacterial prostatitis is difficult to cure. 
One reason is that the prostate area's anatomy is special. There are rich blood vessels and nerves attached to its surface. Besides, there is a surgical envelope on the outside of the prostate, which is dense. As a result, it is much more difficult for general medicine to reach and penetrate the prostate tissue. 
The second reason is that the pathogenesis of the disease is more complex, and the cause of the pathogenesis is not clear in the medical community. Therefore, it is challenging to take a relatively effective radical treatment method. 
The third reason for its incurable characteristic is because some patients cannot change their bad living habits, such as smoking and drinking, staying up late, sitting for a long time, frequent ejaculation, the pursuit of diet and taste stimulation, etc., which are easy to cause the recurrence or exacerbation of the disease.
Chronic nonbacterial prostatitis is generally difficult to cure and can easily continue to plague treated patients even after systematic treatment. For patients with different clinical manifestations, different medications are used. Clinically, a combination of drugs and comprehensive treatment is used to achieve better results. Single treatment methods are generally less effective for this disease.
Commonly used therapeutic medicines include antibiotics such as ofloxacin, erythromycin, and azithromycin, which can relieve symptoms, especially for patients with pain and sexual dysfunction. There are also anti-inflammatory drugs, such as ibuprofen and celecoxib, which can lessen the inflammatory response and improve symptoms such as swelling and pain in the pelvic region. In addition, alpha-blockers are commonly used to reduce the tension of the bladder and urethra and improve urinary function.
Meanwhile, the herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is a good choice as they can act on the whole urinary and reproductive system to eliminate inflammation and reduce swelling and pain. It is a good treatment method for urinary system conditions such as epididymitis, prostatitis, cystitis, etc.
In addition to medication, chronic nonbacterial prostatitis patients need to pay special attention to their diet and lifestyle changes. Physical therapy, such as warm water sitz bath and prostate massage, are effective for chronic nonbacterial prostatitis. 
Psychotherapy is also essential, especially for patients with chronic diseases who must prepare for a protracted battle. Psychotherapy, including image guidance, progressive relaxation training, self-hypnosis, biofeedback, and cognitive behavioral therapy, can improve patients' psychological stress and help them maintain a high quality of life.
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