Prostatitis Causes

Prostatitis Causes

Prostatitis are usually caused by various pathogens. The most common pathogens of prostatitis include two types, bacterial and non-bacterial,the most common bacterial prostatitis pathogens are staphylococcus aureus,hemolytic streptococcus, gonococcus, gardnerella vaginalis, corynebacterium, escherichia coli, proteus, enterococcus, klebsiella. The most common non-bacterial prostatitis pathogens are chlamydia, mycoplasma, virus, fungus, and trichomonas, etc.

If prostatitis has formed blockage, pathogens are hidden in the blockage and calcification area. It is difficult to find these hidden pathogens in the initial test and the general examination. Urine tests and cystoscope examination results are normally normal. We find that it is common for prostatitis causative pathogens to be missed by other urologists and medical practitioners. This is because causative pathogens are not easy to detect. It takes expert skill and knowledge, both in urology and microbiology and the proper testing methods to find the causative pathogens. At our 3D Prostatitis Treatment Clinic we have our own laboratory and expert in urology and microbiology. We combine our expertise to obtain the proper samples, and use extensive microbiological test methods to find and identify the causative pathogens.

If you are suffering from prostatitis, then most likely you have a primary causative pathogen.We encourage you to come to our 3D Prostatitis Clinic for pathogen testing and our 3D Prostatitis Treatment. We are able to successfully identify the causative pathogens with our testing methods, kill them, and cure prostatitis. 


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