Prostatitis patients all know that this is a disease that is not easy to treat, and now that the treatment of prostatitis has reached a bottleneck period, how can we scientifically and effectively treat prostatitis? On this issue that many patients want to know, let's invite experts to introduce how to treat prostatitis more scientifically?
To scientifically and effectively treat prostatitis, it is necessary to first identify the bottlenecks in the current treatment of such diseases, mainly including:
1. Obstruction of prostate gland duct
When there is chronic inflammation of the prostate, the pus from pathogen infection combines with prostate lipoprotein to form a pus embolus. The pus embolus blocks the gland duct, affecting normal secretion function, and the pus and necrotic tissue cannot be discharged from the body. Even with more "specific" drugs, the gland duct obstruction makes treatment ineffective, and the symptoms remain unchanged.
2. Bacteria develop drug resistance
Bacteria and viruses are widely present in the urethra, prostate, seminal vesicles, and other parts of the prostate. They interact with prostatitis and cause cross infection. For example, the examination before treatment did not conduct bacterial culture and drug sensitivity tests, and blind drug use led to bacterial mutation, flora imbalance, and bacterial resistance and tolerance to drugs, leading to treatment failure.
3. Refractory complications
The condition of prostatitis is complex, and everyone's condition is different. Chronic prostatitis can cause complications such as seminal vesiculitis, orchitis, and cystitis. If treatment complications are ignored or only a single treatment is used, it is easy to leave bacteria and viruses behind. These bacteria and viruses will revive after treatment. The limitations of a single treatment determine that it is difficult to cure chronic prostatitis.