Prostatitis Is Infection of the prostate can be acute or chronic and is Due to The Infection or An Inflammation of The Prostate Gland that Present Just below the Bladder.

Acute prostatitis Is a condition commonly presents with perineal pain and because of the swollen prostate gland some difficulty in micturition may also be present. In men with a severe infection, rigors may occur. Severe prostatitis is also commonly associated with an acute epididymitis and this combination will give the patient a great deal of pain and will make him very ill indeed.

Rectal examination will reveal the presence of a very tender and some what tense prostate. The causative organism can almost always be identified from the microbiological examination of a urine sample and this condition needs prompt and effective antibiotic therapy as septicaemia is a complication of this condition. Treatment consists of ciprofloxacin intravenously and this can be changed to oral therapy after 48 h. On recovery, antibiotic therapy should be continued for at least a further 6 weeks.

Delay in treatment may result in a prostatic abscess and this is best treated by drainage transurethrally. Acute prostatitis is unlikely to be seen in men attending an infertility clinic but may occur among men with recurrent urinary problems such as patients with spinal cord injury. It is, however, important that the gynecologists involved in the treatment of infertility in men who are at risk from prostatitis are aware of its symptomatology even though they would not of course be expected to treat this problem.

Chronic prostatitis Patients with this problem may present with recurrent urinary tract infection. The patient may also complain of perineal pain or even some pain on ejaculation. In an infertility clinic, this condition may also present as pyospermia.

However, on rectal examination, the prostate gland frequently feels normal and tenderness may be minimal.
Transrectal ultrasonography is not helpful diagnostically and the best way to make the diagnosis of chronic prostatitis is by identifying the causative organism.
However, it is more difficult to isolate the causative organism in this condition than is the case in acute prostatic infection.
The best means of carrying this out in men with chronic prostatitis is by the examination of the urine but this time this examination follows a prostatic massage.

The patient cleans the penis and the external urethral meatus with sterile water and passes the few millilitres of urine into a sterile container. A small mid-stream sample is then collected in a second container.
The clinician then carries out a rectal examination and performs a prostatic massage.
The prostatic secretions that appear at the urethral meatus are collected in a third container.

A further few milliliters of urine are then passed into a fourth container.
All four containers are now sent for microbiological examination.
The prostatic massage can itself be therapeutic as it often resolves or improves the symptoms of this condition.
The treatment will depend upon the nature of the causative organism but the most commonly used antibiotics include ciprofloxacin or trimethoprim (Berger 1994). Therapy must be prolonged and is best continued for 4–6 weeks. It must be remembered that, even in men with chronic prostatitis, abscess formation can occasionally occur.

Tuberculous infection of the prostate is a rare condition that is very uncommonly seen in the Western world. The tuberculous infection forms a granuloma in the prostate that can clearly be identified on transrectal ultrasonography. The diagnosis can be confirmed by biopsy.

The treatment of this condition is medical and this granuloma will resolve after effective antituberculous therapy. Occasionally, however, the caseating mass may discharge posteriorly into the rectum resulting in a fistula (Teklu & Ibrahim 1990).

Brucellosis of the prostate Like tuberculosis  is a very rare condition that also forms a granuloma within the prostate (Aygenet al. 1998). On occasions it may even lead to abscess formation. Like tuberculosis, its presence induces calcification within the area of the granuloma.

Prostatitis Treatment :

The Treatment Usually Is Done With the Help of Oral Antibiotics and Sometimes with IV Antibiotics .
Antibiotics Successful Cases are around 40 % Where Patients Noticed that the Symptoms Recurring Just in few day’s or Week’s After the Treatment with the Antibiotics , It has become a Tradition for the Urologists to Prescribe the Patients with Prostatitis or any other Urinary Tract Infections with Doxycycline With out giving the Patients the Knowledge of Side effects of The Long term Antibiotic Usage Such as Nausea , Vomiting , Upset Stomach , Diarrhea , Skin Rash or Itching , Vaginal Irritation or Vaginal Discharge , Dizziness , Fever , Diarrhea with water or blood , Rapid increase in Heart Rate , Jaundice , Severe Skin Rashes , Swelling in Throat /Facial Muscles /Tongue , GI Over Growth , Headache , Renal Problems etc .
Which of those the Most Important is the Patient developing Resistance towards Antibiotics which is a Serious Complication which later on Patients won’t Be able to react to the Antibiotics .

Patients Interest In Herbal Alternative Treatments :

As there are no signs of improvement with antibiotics patients Showing interest towards natural treatment methods to treat Prostatitis . There are huge number of Herbal Treatment methods which can Actually treat Prostatitis . Natural / Herbal Treatment Methods Include Traditional Chinese Medicine Treatment , There are also some acupuncture Methods which are highly Not recommended to the Patients which causes secondary infection in patients which are rather difficult to treat .

Traditional Chinese Medicine Treatment : Oral Intake of Traditional Chinese Medication Nanke Pills is the Best way to treat Prostatitis Among patients who Are suffering from Antibiotic resistance as well as Chronic Prostatitis , Prostatitis is something which caused due to the infection and repeated infections of Urinary Tract . The primary Infection which differ From Different Patients is the main cause for the Prostatitis , So not every ones Herbal Chinese Traditional Medicine is the same as the cause is different . So the patients must contact the Professional with the health reports along with the Symptoms that is bothering them before they start the treatment With Nanke Pills.

Dr.Ming The Traditional Chinese Medication Practitioner Who has treated Thousands of Patients with her Formulas had 80-90% Success Rate , Her Treatment Consists of 3 phases in which she firsts takes the Detailed Disease history of the Patients .and Prepare the Herbal Medication for the Specific Patient with the Herbs . As we know that Common cause of the Prostatitis is The Infection but her medicine destroys the Cause for the Infection or the Inflammation . Her 3 phases of Treatment is the Successful Treatment in the First Phase The Infection or the Inflammation will be flushed out of the Body , Second Phase helps to Treat the Infection / Inflammation , The 3rd phase The Recovering the Prostate with the Damage Caused .
Contact Dr.Ming With your Detailed Disease History & Reports that are available Now for the complete Treatment of Prostatitis .

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