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Unlocking the Benefits: The Importance of Comprehensive Treatment for Chronic Prostatitis

Chronic prostatitis is a common and frequently-occurring disease in young and middle-aged men, accounting for about 40% of men. Common symptoms of chronic prostatitis are urethral burning, lower abdomen and perineal acid distension pain, frequent urination, urgent urination, waist soreness and leg softness, fatigue, insomnia, fornication, spermatogenesis, impotence and premature ejaculation. 


More than half of the patients with chronic prostatitis have white mucus overflowing from the urethra after urination and stains on their underwear. It will cause infertility in males of childbearing age.


Chronic prostatitis is a common urinary system disease for males. Different types of chronic prostatitis have different causes, and the common causes are as follows:


Firstly, chronic bacterial prostatitis is usually associated with some pathogen infections, such as staphylococcus, Escherichia coli, Klebsiococcus, and anaerobic bacteria. The route of bacterial infections includes blood infections, lymphatic infections and direct spread, which are often seen in repeated lower urinary tract infections. Pathogens enter the prostate through urine reflux, causing local infections. Chronic prostatitis will be easily developed if it does not recover for long.


Secondly, the pathogenesis of chronic non-bacterial prostatitis is unclear at present. It may be related to mycoplasma, trichomonas, fungi, viruses, and chlamydia infection and may also be related to urinary dysfunction, neuroendocrine factors, or abnormal immune response. Some bad lifestyle habits may also induce or aggravate prostatitis, such as irregular sexual life, long-term cycling, sedentary and excessive drinking.


Why should comprehensive treatment of chronic prostatitis be advocated?


When patients with chronic prostatitis seek medical treatments, doctors often put forward comprehensive suggestions that are pertinent and suggestions that patients should adopt. Why should comprehensive treatment be advocated? This is every patient's concern, which should be understood fully.


(1) The treatment of chronic prostatitis is affected and restricted by many factors. There are many current drugs and treatment methods, but most are not targeted. Because of that, it is believed that a single treatment not only has its advantages in treatment but also has its limitations. 


For example, drug therapy has a better long-term effect, but the effect is slow; Physical therapy improves symptoms quickly, but lacks the exact curative impacts of radical treatment: Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill has rare adverse effects, and it can also relieve the condition well with good results of sterilization, anti-inflammatory and deswelling. Therefore, comprehensive treatment is determined according to various methods' conditions and advantages and disadvantages.


(2) The proper application of various methods can obtain synergistic effects. For example, combined treatment of Chinese and Western medicines (Western medicines focus on antibacterial and is directed at infection factors. Traditional Chinese medicines focus on promoting blood conditioning, aiming at the pathogenesis of chronic prostatic congestion and secretion stasis), which improves the therapeutic effects and consolidates therapeutic effects. 


Again, for example, prostatic injection therapy has curative effects on chronic refractory prostatitis. But it is easy to make the prostate tissue sclerotic and help scar formation, hindering the drainage of prostatic fluid and drug penetration. At this time, it is necessary to combine effective physiotherapy methods or traditional Chinese medicine treatments to improve circulation and soften scars.


Chronic prostatitis is a psychosomatic disease and a syndrome. Chronic prostatitis is prone to relapse due to various inducement factors, which sometimes cause anxiety and loss of confidence in treatment. It can also lead to secondary dysfunction, increasing the difficulty and complexity of medicines, which also determines that treating chronic prostatitis is a comprehensive treatment process. 


Therefore, psychological therapy, diet therapy, and self-maintenance should be introduced. Some simple but persistent methods, such as hot baths and regular prostate massages, should be adopted by every patient.

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