1. Pathogenic microbial infection, which is one of the causes of chronic bacterial prostatitis, can become a source of infection for prostatitis if exposed to bacteria, protozoa, fungi, viruses, etc. Among them, bacteria are the most common, such as gonococcal, non gonococcal, etc.
2. Prostate congestion. If this is due to a variety of different causes of hyperemia, the causal factor is passive hyperemia. The onset of disease in patients is often not caused by bacterial infection or microbial invasion, but it can form inflammatory reactions and induce prostatitis. Congestion is common in life.
3. Many times, mood is one of the factors that induce disease, especially the occurrence of anxiety, depression, and fear. Research shows that 50% of patients with chronic non bacterial prostatitis have symptoms of excessive stress such as anxiety, depression, fear, and pessimism. "Prostate patients with pain and neurasthenia often exaggerate physical discomfort and pain, and their conscious symptoms often outweigh their actual condition. This condition is known as" tension type prostatitis. "". Psychological factors are related to age, and the mental burden of young patients is significantly heavier than that of older patients, which often directly affects the effectiveness of drug treatment.
(Intern Editor: Cai Junyi)