Prostatitis Treatment for Urethritis
Treatment for Urethritis, Recurrent/Resistant Urethritis and Prostatitis
Urethra Perfusion Treatment for Urethritis
Urethra perfusion treatment is a preferred treatment option than oral antibiotics when dealing with urethritis and it is the only effective treatment for recurrent and stubborn urethritis. The treatment can be performed in clinic setting by a doctor or at home by the patient.
Urethritis is the infection of the urethra and it is closely related to prostatitis. Stubborn urethritis often lead to acute prostatitis, then chronic prostatitis, in some cases, epididymitis. Urethritis is often caused by Chlamydia, Ureaplasma, Mycoplasma or STD virus.
Urinary Tract Infections
Urinary Tract Infections or UTI, is the infection of the urinary tract. Recurrent urinary tract infection is very common in men and women. E. coli, Chlamydia and Ureaplasma are common pathogens for urinary tract infection. UTI in men often lead to prostatitis, and UTI in women often lead to pelvic inflammatory diseases (PID).
Urethritis may Lead to Prostatitis
Urethritis and urinary tract infection (UTI) in men must be treated early and vigorously. Mistreated urethritis or UTI allows the infection to invade the prostate and cause prostatitis. As we all know, prostatitis is stubborn, recurrent and very difficult to cure.
Treating Urethritis and Urinary Tract Infections with Oral Antibiotic Treatment
Oral antibiotic treatment is the popular treatment a man or woman should have when there is early symptoms of urethritis. The treatment must be done properly in order to increase the chance of cure, dosage most be sufficient, choice of antibiotics should be sensitive to the type of pathogens you have, and lastly, with sufficient treatment duration.
Switch to Urethra Perfusion Treatment in Time
However, some urethritis cases may not respond well with oral antibiotics and recurrences occur. At this moment, you should not waste time on switching from one brand of antibiotic to another because the pathogens are too strong and resistant to oral antibiotics.
Urethral Perfusion to Cure Resistant and Stubborn Urethritis
Urethral perfusion is the most efficient and radical treatment for urethritis that is resistant and recurrent. It is also a better replacement for oral antibiotic treatment even in the acute stage of urethritis. Urethra perfusion treatment is simple and safe to handle even in home setting as long as a strict procedure is followed.
The cure after treated by urethra perfusion treatment is often a cure that is permanent, stable and non-recurrent. Symptoms will subside quickly and smoothly. On the contrary, cure after taking months and courses of oral antibiotics is often temporary. Symptoms will come back when treatment stops or the infection is kept dormant and come back under certain occasions.
Direct Eradication of Infection in Urethra and Prostate
The biggest difference between urethral perfusion treatment and oral antibiotics is the direct attack at the focus of infection. Since infection is still in the inner surface of urethral duct when infected with urethritis, perfused medicine can act on the pathogens directly. During treatment, medicine is perfused into the urethra, and stay in the cavity of urethra for a few hours or over night. The direct attack approach is far more efficient than oral antibiotics which is inefficient and slow.
Strong Concentration of Medicine in Urethra and Prostate
Urethra perfusion treatment enables the complete absorption of medicine in the urethra cavity and the efficiency rate is a hundred percent because every drop of medicine is used in killing the bacteria whereas oral antibiotic treatment has a poor performance in this aspect as medicine is greatly discounted when it reaches the urethra after going through digestive and the blood vessel system.
Thorough Penetration of Medicine in Urethra and Prostate
Urethra perfusion treatment enables medicine to penetrate into every spot in the infected urethra to eradicate all possible pathogens and this mechanism ensures thorough penetration without regard to whether the spot is rich in blood capillaries whereas oral antibiotic treatment is unable to accomplish the task as medicine can not reach the infected area where there is no or not rich in blood capillaries.
Avoid Digestive System Damage
Urethral perfusion treatment administers medicine directly to the infected urethra and prostate, bypassing stomach, colon and blood vessels whereas oral antibiotics rely on stomach, colon and blood vessels for absorption and transport, therefore causing damage in stomach and colon, such as diarrhea, upset stomach vomiting, killing good bacteria in colon, etc.
Avoid Immune System Suppression
Medicine administered to urethra and prostate by urethra perfusion treatment is confined in infected urethra and prostate where medicine is dissipated locally without resorting to liver and kidney whereas oral antibiotics is systemic that liver and kidney need to intoxicate them eventually, therefore damaging the function of liver and kidney.
Short Treatment Duration
Since urethra perfusion treatment is extremely efficient, it takes only two to three weeks to completely cure acute urethritis. For chronic, stubborn or recurrent urethritis, it may take one month to two months. For oral antibiotics, the treatment may take months without any result. Of course, urethra perfusion requires you thirty minutes up to one hour for the preparation of treatment which is not as convenient as taking tablets orally, but it is worth it.
Perfusion Treatment for Resistant Urethritis
Oral Antibiotics for Resistant Urethritis
It is natural that a patient will go for oral antibiotics treatment first after consultation with his doctor. Most of the time, the treatment works. However, it is also a very dangerous moment because symptoms may come back after a few weeks. For second course of treatment, the effect is often discounted because bacteria has become resistant.
Switch to Urethra Perfusion Treatment Fast
After the second treatment, it is still not too late if you switch to urethra perfusion as infection is still in the rear urethra. Repetitive oral antibiotic treatments will not cure urethritis in this moment. On the other hand, administration of urethra perfusion treatment for a few weeks can swiftly eradicate bacteria and all symptoms.
Urethritis Deteriorates to Prostatitis
If after second course of oral antibiotic treatment (about two months), the patient still stick to oral antibiotic approach by switching from one brand to another, bacteria is now invading into the prostate and start causing acute prostatitis. Administration of urethra perfusion treatment must cover the urethra and prostate, and the treatment will take longer duration to cure urethritis and acute prostatitis.
Acute Prostatitis to Chronic Prostatitis
This is worst case for urethritis. Bacteria infection has reached the prostate and produced a substantial amount of inflammatory deposit, blocking the openings of prostate glands to the urethra. It is a slow process for urethra perfusion treatment to dissolve deposit and reopen the glands, therefore it takes longer treatment duration for urethritis with chronic prostatitis.
Urethra Perfusion Treatment Procedure (Clinic Remedy)
It is best the patient lay on a bed or sofa, face up. The doctor holds head of the penis and maintain an erected position while the other hand holds the mouth of syringe to the penis opening. Medicine solution is perfused to the urethra and the prostate.
Urethra Perfusion Treatment Procedure (Home Remedy)
It is a fairly simple procedure for home based treatment and can be handled by anyone with two hands. It is also safe as long as you follow our guidelines and instructions carefully. It is advised that urethra perfusion treatment be administered as early as possible before urethritis turns to acute or chronic prostatitis.
Failure of Oral Antibiotic Treatment on Urethritis
Treating urethritis with oral antibiotics may not work in the following cases.
Strong Bacteria Infection
The type of bacteria is difficult to eradicate, for example, Chlamydia, Ureaplasma, Mycoplasma, etc. Oral antibiotic treatment has very poor cure rate on them.
Often urethritis is not caused by one type of bacteria, it is mixed infections of various pathogen, including bacteria, Chlamydia, Ureaplasma, Mycoplasma, viruses, E. Coli. In this case, oral antibiotic treatment is not strong and comprehensive enough to eradicate all of them.
Resistant Bacteria Infection
Resistant bacteria is either caused by patient's multiple courses of antibiotic treatment that make bacteria resilient, or the bacteria have already been through the same process and become resistant long before transmitted to you through sexual contacts.
The type of antibiotics taken may not be sensitive to at least one type of bacteria. No matter how many rounds of antibiotic treatment is taken, the bacteria will survive.
Virus and Fungal Infections
Antibiotics is effective for bacteria infections but it cannot cure virus and fungal infections. Instead, viral medicine and fungal medicine are used to treat these two infections. It is not easy to identify whether a viral or fungal infection is there for urethritis with mixed infections by simple white blood cell count test. Rounds after rounds of antibiotics will not cure urethritis with viral or fungal infection.
Suggestions for Treatment with Resistant Urethritis
Start Urethritis Treat As Early As Possible
Urethritis can lead to prostatitis, enlarged prostate, BPH, epididymitis and infertility if not treated early. These complications are extremely difficult to cure.
Take Urethritis Treatment with Sufficient Dosage
Strong dosage is needed due to low efficiency of oral antibiotic treatment. Exercise helps blood circulation and enhances antibiotic efficacy. Anxiety and depression suppress the immune system and will not help the treatment.
Urethritis Treatment with Extended Duration
Since the consequence of a mistreated urethritis can be grave as it leads to prostatitis eventually, it is critical that a longer course of antibiotic treatment is taken as most doctors tend to prescribe two weeks dosage which is not enough for strong infection. Sadly, many cases of urethritis end up with resistant urethritis and chronic prostatitis unnecessarily because of short treatment duration. An extended treatment duration makes sure there is less risk of recurrence.
Rotation of Antibiotics for Urethritis Treatment
Two weeks of treatment duration should be able to make noticeable reduction of pain and symptoms. If there is no change of pain and symptoms, it indicates the antibiotics is not sensitive to the infection. A swift change to other type of antibiotics is recommended. The golden time for treating urethritis is only a few weeks, so you cannot afford to wait for too long before it deteriorates into prostatitis.
Urethral Perfusion Treatment as First Choice for Urethritis
Since urethritis will cause prostatitis in a matter of two months, the patient cannot take it lightly and must treat the infection properly. Urethra perfusion is a much efficient and dependable treatment than oral antibiotics against urethritis. If treated early and properly, urethritis won't develop into epididymitis and prostatitis.