Chronic bacterial prostatitis (CBP) is a non-acute infection of the prostate caused by one or more pathogens, which is rare in prostate-related diseases. As with acute bacterial prostatitis, pathogens are Gram-negative aerobic bacteria, such as E. coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa, some clinicians believe that Gram-positive bacteria (such as Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, diphtheria Bacteria) can also cause prostatitis, but with Gram-negative bacteria caused by prostate infection is different from the Gram-positive bacteria caused by prostate infection rarely delayed or lead to repeated attacks of infection, in addition to enterococcus caused by prostatitis exception. But there are many authors of Gram-positive bacteria caused by chronic prostatitis skeptical, there is evidence that chlamydia, mycoplasma can also cause prostate infection, but less common.
Male patients with acute or chronic urethral symptoms may be prompted with prostatitis, for the urethra, bladder or prostate secretions of the sub-specimens for culture or staining smear, the general can determine the location of inflammation and infection. Cystitis can sometimes be confused with chronic bacterial prostatitis, prostate infection is also easy to complicated with cystitis, the above-mentioned section of urine specimens and prostate secretions specimens Microbiological examination and culture can identify the infected site, if the cystitis complicated by bacteria Sexual prostatitis, the appropriate antibiotic treatment (the use of difficult to disperse in the prostate antibiotics, such as furanantane, penicillin G) to kill the bacteria in the bladder after repeated bacterial culture can determine the presence of prostate infection. Anal diseases (such as anal fissure, thrombotic hemorrhoids) can cause perineal pain and even frequent urination, but physical examination should be able to distinguish them.
Male patients are most afraid of prostatitis, chronic bacterial prostatitis is more difficult to cure, patients must know the symptoms of chronic bacterial prostatitis before treatment and what is the cause? First, upper urinary tract infections such as pyelonephritis, cystitis, etc., through the blood or urinary tract directly spread to the glands, causing inflammation. Second, lower urinary tract inflammation such as the posterior urethra, bladder neck inflammation, can directly invade the glands, or because of contaminated urine sometimes due to holding back urine and other factors into the posterior urethra into the prostate tubules, resulting in glands Another important way to infect.
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