Why does prostatitis some people recover very quickly, some people go back and forth?

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Prostatitis is a common disease in men. Nine out of ten men may have suffered from prostatitis in their lifetime. However, some people may be cured after treatment, but some people will have repeated problems, resulting in long-term problems with prostatitis, which makes people painful.Why some men suffer from prostatitis very quickly, and some men can appear back and forth?1. Different types of disease prostatitis has 4 types, respectively for acute bacterial prostatitis, chronic bacterial prostatitis, chronic prostatitis, asymptomatic prostatitis.Generally speaking, the cause of acute bacterial prostatitis and chronic bacterial prostatitis is very clear, caused by bacterial infection, as long as the treatment for these bacterial infections, the prognosis is very good, so this part of the patient can recover soon.However, because most patients have chronic prostatitis, the causes are very complex, and for various reasons, it is very difficult to treat, although it can recover, but it is easy to repeatedly.2. The different treatment a lot of people mistakenly assume that prostatitis is caused by bacterial infection, so many people like to go to the pharmacy to buy medicine for treatment, but because the causes of prostatitis is very much, so for some prostatitis effect caused by bacterial infection, and for not caused by bacterial infection prostatitis is of no effect.In addition, because the treatment cycle of some prostatitis is longer, many people do not follow the doctor’s advice, self-withdrawal, or not according to the doctor’s advice to go back and review, resulting in poor treatment effect, so that there will be repeated situation.3. The habits and customs of different chronic prostatitis occurrence is closely related to life habits, if there is a sedentary, long long time to ride across the action, have feculent sexual life, frequent masturbation, sex, and habits too frequently or no sex for a long time, it is easy to cause the prostate hyperemia and edema, prostate pipe blockage, thereby affect the prostatitis discharge,This can also lead to the occurrence of chronic prostatitis.Especially for patients with prostatitis, if you do not get rid of these bad habits, even after treatment is also very easy to relapse.4. Men who binge drink are more likely to develop prostatitis because alcohol can also irritate the prostate gland, causing it to expand and become congested, increasing the risk of prostatitis.In addition, usually love to eat some spicy stimulating food, will also increase the occurrence of prostatitis.And drinking and love to eat spicy food are most men’s hobbies, so men suffer from prostatitis odds will significantly increase.In addition, excessive drinking and eating spicy and irritating food will also aggravate the occurrence of inflammation, thus aggravating the condition, increase the difficulty of treatment.5. Psychological factors The treatment effect of chronic prostatitis is also closely related to the psychological factors of patients. If patients have too much psychological burden, often depression or anxiety, it will also increase the difficulty of treatment.In fact, prostatitis is a very common disease, and positive treatment, the prognosis is relatively good, must give their confidence for treatment, do not take a negative attitude.Data show that about half of men suffering from prostatitis will have repeated situations, which is mainly closely related to its living habits, so if you want to recover, in addition to the doctor’s advice for treatment, but also from the living and eating habits to improve.1. Zhao Wen, Sun Xue-xue, Wang Zulong. Literature statistical analysis on mental health of Patients with prostatitis in China.2. Zhu Yong, Sun Hongjun, Liu Zhengjian.Progress in the treatment of Refractory chronic prostatitis. Chinese Journal of Andrology. 2016 3.Zhang KAI, Chen Shan, Wang Jiaji et al. Clinical expert opinions on rational use of drugs in the treatment of prostatitis.Chinese journal of integrated traditional and western medicine surgery. 2018,24 (6)