Let’s talk about chronic prostatitis. It’s a shockingly common issue that many men face. There are 2 types of it: chronic bacterial prostatitis (CBP) and chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS). The reason behind the CBP is fairly obvious: it’s a bacterial infection. The cause for the CPPS remains a mystery to this day. Nevertheless, prostatitis remains a serious cause for concern, because many symptoms just disappear, they vary in their severity and many people tend to overlook them. Which, obviously, leads to serious issues down the road.
Approximately 20% of males are bound to have issues with chronic nonbacterial prostatitis during the course of their lives. It’s mostly affecting men from ages of thirty to fifty, but there are exceptions to the rule. Approximately 90% males with chronic prostatitis also suffer from CPPS.
Let’s go over the most common causes of chronic prostatitis:
- Nerve problems. These can happen seemingly for no reason.
- Autoimmune issues.
- Germ infection, undiagnosed/untreated.
The most common symptoms are:
- It’s the biggest one when it comes to identifying chronic prostatitis. Even if there’s a slight hint of pain in testicles or penis – you should go to the doctor’s immediately.
- Urinary issues. That’s also a big one. It’s somehow pain-related, as well. If you have even a tiny hint of pain while peeing – that’s a big cause for concern. Other urinary symptoms include: urgent feeling like you have to go (but you don’t), trouble with urine stream.
- Sex-related issues. Troubles with maintaining an erection, lessened sex drive, pain during the intercourse of after.
- Tiredness, pains, and many other seemingly unrelated symptoms.
Treatment for chronic prostatitis can be tricky, but in most cases, it’s completely reversible. Usual treatments include painkillers, laxatives, and antibiotics, however, there’s a new breakthrough.
The Most Effective Cure
According to the recent study, Tadalafil might be the most effective cure of them all. However, only generic tadalafil 20mg could be obtained online without prescription. Four randomized, placebo-controlled trials showed effectiveness of generic version in easing the symptoms of CP/CPPS. Time will tell, but for now it looks like this kind of drugs might become the new standard of CP treatment.