Antibiotic Treatment for Prostatitis

It is common with prostatitis patients to take antibiotic treatment nowadays. Generally, prostatitis sufferers with no symptoms might not be treated unless it has become severe enough to affect fertility. In theory, antibiotic is only effective for acute bacterial prostatitis and chronic bacterial prostatitis. On the contrary, abuse of antibiotics can easily lead to bacterial resistance.

Therefore, in the use of antibiotic treatment, fat-soluble, easy through the prostate barrier, and plasma protein binding rate of antibiotics should be taken into use, for instance, quinolones (such as norfloxacin, levofloxacin, sparfloxacin, etc.), sulfonamides (such as cotrimoxazole) and tetracycline (such as tetracycline, minocycline) and other first-line drugs.

On the initial stage of treatment, broad spectrum antimicrobials will be used for controlling the development of the prostatitis. For those who are not suitable for these medicines, sulfamethoxazole (SMZ) and sulfonamide synergist (TMP) can also be taken due to the capability of reaching higher concentration in the prostate. If effective, constant treatment should be taken for over 30 days in case it transfers into chronic prostatitis.

In the case of acute bacterial prostatitis, effective antibacterial medicine should be used and last for a period so as not to make it chronic or repeat. Diagnosis and treatment of acute prostatitis is relatively easier and the majority of the patients can entirely recover. As for chronic bacterial prostatitis, sensitive antibiotics, such as cephalosporin, minocycline and so on should be chosen based on bacterial culture and drug sensitivity test.

With the combination of traditional Chinese medicine and modern promoted technique, Nanke Pill has been created as a better option for chronic prostatitis with no drug resistance. It can cure men’s reproductive diseases like epididymitis, prostatitis, sperm problem caused by infection, chlamydia infection, mycoplasma infection, and men’s and women’s genitourinary disorder like UTI, bladder infection and so on. Long-term taking is also recommended for entire recovery with less irritation. Effective efficacy has been confirmed by an ocean of related patients.

For chronic nonbacterial prostatitis patients who have been diagnosed with chlamydia or mycoplasma infections can be treated the same as all above while those have no clear pathogen infection antibiotic treatment should not be taken.

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