For a male health specialist, the treatment regimen for prostatitis is always extremely simple. General rules are formed based on the nature of the disease. The drugs can only differ if there is an individual difference between patients.
Of course, the type of pathogen of the pathology can also influence the therapeutic program for treating inflammation of the prostate gland. Prostatitis develops into a chronic form not only from acute infectious inflammation. Often the cause is the viral form of the disease. Various nonspecific prostatitis is treated somewhat differently than bacterial.
Before choosing a treatment regimen, it is necessary to accurately and correctly diagnose the patient. That is possible only with the proper competence of the attending physician.
Various viruses can cause painful changes in the functioning and structure of the prostate gland. As a rule, they are sexually transmitted and therefore are treated under the supervision of a dermatovenerologist.
The doctor, after prescribing laboratory tests, selects the antiviral drugs necessary for a particular case. They are often combined with antispasmodics. If chronic prostatitis is in an acute stage, it may be necessary to take analgesics.
Outside of exacerbation, direct massage of the prostate gland is indicated. Such therapy helps to quickly remove fluids with pathogenic flora from the organ affected by the virus. Massage also reduces inflammation and stimulates adequate prostate activity.
The treatment regimen for prostatitis, which is bacterial in nature, should be based primarily on antibiotic therapy. In this case, antibiotics are the first line of treatment. It is the competent use of bacteriostatic and bactericidal drugs that contributes to the complete remission of symptoms of inflammation of the prostate gland.
Physical therapy is also an integral part of the treatment of chronic prostatitis. The procedures of hardware influence help to very gently and delicately influence the affected organ, restoring the health of the body.
In this case, it is important not only directed, but also general impact. After all, an effective treatment regimen for prostatitis always implies an integrated approach to the patient's health.
Inflammation of the prostate gland caused by a fungal infection is treated in much the same way as other bacterial forms. However, in this case, more than ever, it is important to treat not only the man, but also his sexual partner.
After all, the Candida fungus is transmitted during sexual intercourse from woman to man. And an infected man to a healthy partner. Contact with an untreated partner will negate antibiotic therapy. Which may necessitate the appointment of more aggressive drugs.
In the case of candidal prostatitis, the chronic form of this disease can even lead to the appointment of surgery. Indeed, multiplying, candida leads to structural pathological changes in the tissues of the prostate gland. The consequences are often irreversible. The advanced form of the disease may require even radical intervention of the surgeon and the removal of the organ affected by the fungus completely.
Congestion in the prostate can also lead to serious consequences and the need for intracavitary intervention. With timely medical attention, laser or sound therapy can be dispensed with. It is important to turn calculous deposits into sand in time, which can be naturally excreted from the body.
It is unacceptable to use prostate massage during exacerbation of the chronic form of congestive prostatitis. It can provoke a shift in stony formations, which will lead to trauma to the vas deferens.
To normalize the level of salts in the body, a fairly strict diet is shown, which will exclude the possibility of the formation of new stones in the ducts of the prostate.
The specificity of this form of inflammation of the prostate gland depends on the nature of the pathogen. Chlamydiae have signs of a bacterial and viral infection. Therefore, the treatment regimen for chronic prostatitis in this case is necessarily complex.
In this form of the disease, detailed clinical studies of prostate secretions and other test results are very important. After all, the appointment of a particular drug will directly depend on the duration and stage of the course of the disease.
Even antibiotic therapy, which is a priority in the treatment of most types of prostatitis, may not be effective without detailed laboratory analysis.