Chronic prostatitis is an inflammatory process of the prostate in a man with its long course (more than six months).
Usually, this pathology is the result of an infectious process.
The treatment of chronic prostatitis aims to eliminate the causative agent of the infection.
The lack of this treatment can lead to the development of various functional disorders and complications, up to male infertility.
Causes of chronic prostatitis Several pathogenic (pathogenic) microorganisms lead to the development of an inflammatory reaction with its long course.
There are 2 main groups of chronic prostatitis pathogens:
- Nonspecific bacterial infection–Pathogenic microorganisms that can lead to the development of an inflammatory reaction in different organs, including streptococci, Escherichia coli, Klebsiella, Proteus, Staphylococcus.
- Specific infection.Pathogenic microorganisms parasitize only the structures of the urogenital tract of a man (chlamydia, ureaplasm, Trichomonas).
Knowledge of the cause of the development of the chronic inflammatory process in the prostate is necessary for the subsequent choice of rational etiotropic therapy.
It aims to destroy the pathogenic pathogen.
Other factors may also be the reasons for the development of chronic prostatitis.
Stagnation of blood in the small pelvis leads to insufficient oxygen exchange in organ tissues.
This affects your regeneration and resistance to infection.
A general decrease in the body's protective function causes inflammation to develop.
Lack of physical activity has a detrimental effect on human health and leads to a decrease in the body's defenses.
Factors that lead to the development of chronic prostatitis include problems in the patient's intimate life.
That's interruption of intercourse without ejaculation, irregular sex life, a long period of abstinence.
The consequences of trauma often affect the condition of Organs genitals.
Overwork and stressful situations can, in combination with other reasons, cause prostate problems.
Drinking alcohol and smoking in large quantities can impair the functioning of the reproductive system in men.
classification of prostatitis
There are three types of illnesses:
The first type is characterized by the detection of microorganisms in the discharge.
To treat this variety, antibacterial drugs are needed.
A non-bacterial condition is one in which there are no bacteria in the gland's secretion.
Prostatodynia is a process in which the patient presents characteristic complaints of prostatitis, but there are no abnormalities in the analysis of prostate secretion.
Treatment of chronic prostatitis with concomitant pathology
Patients who have prostate problems often have other problems.
These can be cardiovascular diseases, diseases of the respiratory and digestive systems.
For these patients, the therapy regimen will be different.
To properly adjust the treatment, a proper diagnosis is needed.
For consultation of such cases, restricted specialists may be involved.
Treatment of chronic prostatitis in young people
By age 30, an infectious agent is often the cause of prostatitis.
This is due to the lifestyle of young people.
Premature treatment of bacterial and viral infections affects.
Promiscuous sex life, neglect of hygiene and a sedentary lifestyle play an important role.
Patients rarely go to the doctor at the first sign of illness.
The disease progresses, it becomes chronic.
These issues are worth paying attention to and minimizing the risk of their impact.
For preventive purposes, an annual exam is recommended.
The problem of extra pounds can have a negative impact on a man's internal organs.
An increase in cholesterol, blood pressure and glucose levels leads to metabolic disturbances.
Lack of constant physical activity causes blood stagnation in the pelvic organs and contributes to the development of inflammation.
Timely weight loss and prevention can have a beneficial effect on overall health.