Acute prostatitis is one of the most common infections in men compared to other infections. A recent statistic reported that the incidence of prostatitis exceeded the incidence of benign prostatic hyperplasia or prostate cancer, and in the early twenty-first century, it reached two million cases annually. The risk factors of prostate inflammatory syndrome lie in the weakness of the autoimmune system in these people, especially smokers and those with obesity and metabolic diseases, especially diabetes.
The main cause of acute bacterial prostatitis 74% is infection with germs related to Chlamydia, U.Urealyticum, Trichomonas vaginalis (T.Vaginalis) and E.coli , This infection is transmitted through sexual intercourse between spouses. The inflammatory state of the prostate is negatively affected by the inflammatory oxidative stress and the environmental contamination , and this contributes to the irritant and nervous inflammation of the bladder, prostate, urethra and pelvis. The origin of non-bacterial prostatitis may be caused by immunity or autoimmunity factor, and in some cases of bacterial infection it has been found that the cause is due to infection with a bacterium that is not usually found in the urinary tracts, but was transmitted to it from another source such as the intestine.
The role of UreaPlasma and Chlamydia remains important in cases of chronic prostatitis, as they were able to find them in the semen. It is known that the prostate gland has the ability to respond both local and general to any infection when exposed to a bacterial infection, and in cases of bacterial infection, antibodies were found in the serum and in the prostate fluid (IgG, IgA) against these germs.
MOH Application Number: WO05006
Expiry Date: 14-11-2023