Chlamydia trachomatis has emerged recently as one of the most significant pathogens causing symptomatic or asymptomatic genital tract infections and infertility. According to the medical survey, over two thirds of cure prostatitis patients presenting with previously negative cultures, so called "abacterial", are turning up with Chlamydia elementary bodies assessed by immune-fluorescent stain. We are convinced therefore that this organism is the most significant cause of chronic prostatitis.
A thorough knowledge of the unique life cycle of Chlamydia, its effect on living tissues and its interaction with the immune system is necessary to make the right diagnosis and design the proper therapy for the condition. The high frequency of the isolation rate of this organism from both infertile populations and from patients with symptomatic prostatitis makes it necessary to give a skeletal summery of the basic features of Chlamydia microbiology and Chlamydia caused pathology.
The male genital tract is invaded by Chlamydia through the urethra. Mild to moderate urethral pain is followed by clear, mucous or bloody discharge within hours or up to several days. The infection progresses along the mucous wall of the urethra and once it has reached the prostatic urethra it will jump into the prostate and urinary bladder with the development of typical symptoms (urgency, frequency, disuria and nocturia). Often the progression is so rapid that the patient will recall the cystitis as the very first symptom. By now, the semen, EPS and urine sediment will reveal numerous white and red blood cells and bacterial forms.
The fact that Chlamydia has both extra and intracellular development forms as well as stationery cryptic forms (spores) poses special challenge for the therapy. Commonly recommended single drug regimens for a given 2 to 3 weeks duration are the current standard of therapy. Chlamydia shows in vitro sensitivity to a number of antibiotics including tetracycline, erythromycin, clindamycin, clarithromycin, and fluoroquinolones such as ofloxacin and sparfloxacin.Unlike bacteria or virus, chlamydia trachomatis can be controlled by antibiotics but it may also be failed in the treatment.
What's more,chlamydia prostatitis can recur easily.So choosing a remedy that can eradicate this disease is extremely important.The best alternative treatment for chlamydia infection is herbal remedies. Traditional Chinese medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill
is a herbal remedy to treat chlamydia prostatitis, which can treat prostatitis
caused by chlamydia in three to four months.
Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill has strong power in killing pathogens, chlamydia trachomatis can be cleared up by the medicine within 1 to 3 months. Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can also promote blood and Qi circulation to reduce pain. With diuretic herbs, prostatitis symptoms and chlamydia symptoms can be released after one month medication. After prostatitis and chlamydia get cured, azoospemia and infertility don't exist any more.