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The Cause Of Prostate Diseases And Genitourinary Inflammations

Prostate diseases and genitourinary inflammations are usually caused by biofilm pathogens (the pathogens that form biofilm protection), toxic compounds, and blocked particles.

The most common pathogens include two types of bacterial and non-bacterial ones. The most common bacterial pathogens are staphylococcus,streptococcus, enterococcus, escherichia coli, corynebacterium, proteus, klebsiella, etc. The most common non-bacterial pathogens are virus, chlamydia, mycoplasma, fungus, and parasites, etc. Many studies have found that most prostate diseases and genitourinary inflammations have one or more pathogens that form biofilm protection.

A biofilm is an architectural colony of microorganisms. The process of biofilm formation consists of many steps, starting with attachment to the prostate and urogenital tract surface that will lead to formation of micro-colony, giving rise to three-dimensional structures and ending up, after maturation, with detachment. The colonies include free bacteria that can be shed from the surface of the biofilm and fixed bacteria that root in the deep layer of the biofilm and can survive for a long time. Due to the use of vaccines and antibiotics and the adoption of various social measures, acute prostatitis and genitourinary inflammations caused by free bacteria that can be shed from the surface of the biofilm can be controlled relatively quickly. However, chronic prostatitis and genitourinary inflammations caused by fixed bacteria rooted in the deep layer of the biofilm that can survive for a long time are gradually increasing, especially in people with reduced resistance due to various reasons.

Fixed bacteria rooted in the deep layers of biofilms and capable of long-term survival include Gram-negative bacilli, Gram-positive cocci and Candida, Mycoplasma, Chlamydia, Staphylococcus epidermidis, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and Enterococcus. Fixed bacteria rooted in the deep layer of the biofilm that can survive for a long time have natural resistance to antibiotics and body immunity, and it is difficult to completely remove them with antibiotics. Antibiotics can only kill free pathogens on the surface of the biofilm or in the blood that cause the onset of infection. When the body’s resistance drops, fixed bacteria rooted in the deep layer of the biofilm that can survive for a long time can be released again and cause infection again. The biofilm is like a “bacterial nest”, causing repeated infections, prolonged unhealed, and chronic genitourinary inflammations.

Toxic compounds refers to harmful chemicals in the human body. Toxic compounds is divided into exotoxin and endotoxin. Exotoxin refers to environment pollution brings harmful chemicals, such as, air pollution, water pollution, and food pollution. Endotoxin refers to harmful chemicals created in the human body during the process of metabolism. These harmful chemicals include lactic acid, ketone acid, uric acid, and free radicals. Toxic compounds also includes biological toxins produced by pathogens, excess fat, and old and dead cells in the human body. The most common toxic compounds in the prostate are various crystals, including uric acid crystals, oxalic acid crystals, cholesterol crystals, etc. They are the basic substances that form blocked particles.

The biofilm pathogens, and toxic compounds can stimulate the body to produce many pathogenic factors, including inflammatory cytokines (such as TNF-α, IL-1, IL-6, IL-8, etc.) and inflammatory mediators (such as group amines, bradykinin, prostaglandins, oxygen free radicals and lysosomal enzymes, etc.). The biofilm pathogens, pathogenic factor, and toxic compounds cause direct damage to the healthy cells, tissues, and organs. Over time, this can lead to DNA damage, tissue cells death, and internal scarring. Chronic inflammation can form various diseased areas that are not easy to cure, such as blockages, calcifications, fibrosis, granuloma, ulcers, and tumor, etc. All of these are linked to the development of prostate diseases and chronic genitourinary inflammation.

The prostate is a compound tubuloalveolar exocrine gland. There are 30-50 acini in the prostate gland and 16-32 tiny ducts opening in the posterior urethra, the structure cannot discharge secretions well. Once the biofilm pathogens and toxic compounds enter the prostate, they directly damage the epithelial cells. The result is congestion and swelling of the prostate, these small openings begin to form blockages. Secretions cannot discharge, and the blocked lesions form inside the blocked areas. Over time various benign and malignant lesions develop in the prostate.

The biofilm pathogens, pathogenic cells, and toxic compounds hide in the blocked areas. As a patient’s immunity becomes weak, biofilm pathogens and pathogenic cells growth and reproduction make the prostate and the surrounding tissues irritated and enlarged. The causative pathogens, pathogenic cells, and toxic compounds spread to the surrounding tissues and organs, which cause many symptoms. Because of the lack of blood flowing to the blocked areas, oral and IV medications will not effectively penetrate the blocked areas.

The Common Pathogens Of Prostate Diseases And Genitourinary Inflammations

We found that prostate diseases and genitourinary inflammations in the development process, there are one or more specific pathogens.

Non-communicable pathogens (such as Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, Enterococcus, etc.) usually spread from other parts of the body (such as the upper respiratory tract and intestine) to the genitourinary tract and prostate through blood and lymphatic routes. Infectious pathogens (such as pathogens of sexually transmitted diseases, viruses, etc) usually spread from the urethra or vagina to the genitourinary tract and prostate through direct transmission.

The most common pathogens include two types of bacterial and non-bacterial. The most common bacterial pathogens are staphylococcus,streptococcus, enterococcus, escherichia coli, corynebacterium, proteus, klebsiella, etc. The most common non-bacterial pathogens are virus, chlamydia, mycoplasma, fungus, and trichomonas, etc.

1) Causative gram-negative bacteria include: Escherichia coli, Proteus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and Neisseria gonorrhoeae, etc. Causative gram-positive bacteria include:Staphylococcus haemolyticus, Streptococcus viridans (SV), Corynebacterium, etc. These bacteria are the most common bacteria that cause chronic genitourinary inflammation and prostate diseases.

2) Anaerobic bacteria (anaerobicbacteria) is a kind of bacteria that grow better under anaerobic conditions than in aerobic environment, it is widely exists in the deep mucosal surface of skin and cavities. Because of the genitourinary tract and prostate are close to the rectum and anus, can be easily infected by anaerobic bacteria.

3) Fungus includes Candida and Yeast. According to the areas which been infected by fungus, fungal infection can be divided into superficial fungal disease and deep fungal disease. Deep fungal disease can invade the human skin, mucous membranes, deep tissue and internal organs, and even cause systemic disseminated infection, and the causative pathogen is mainly Candida albicans (candida Albicans). Candida albicans is the most common pathogen that causes chronic genitourinary inflammation and prostate diseases.

4) There are three type of Chlamydia, Chlamydia trachomatis, Chlamydia pneumoniae and Chlamydia psittaci. Chlamydia trachomonatis is one of the most common sexually transmitted pathogens and it is also one of the most common causes of chronic genitourinary inflammation and prostate diseases. In males, Chlamydia causes urethritis, prostatitis, epididymitis, sperm damage, and infertility, etc. In females, Chlamydia causes cervicitis, endometritis, uterine inflammation, hydrosalpinx, tubal scarring, fallopian tube obstruction, natural abortion, tubal pregnancy, and infertility, etc.

5) Among mycoplasma, Mycoplasma hominis, Ureaplasma urealyticum and genital mycoplasma are main causes of chronic genitourinary inflammation and prostate diseases. Ureaplasma urealyticum causes urethritis, cervicitis, pelvic inflammatory disease PID, endometritis, salpingitis, epididymitis and prostatitis.

6) Some types of virus can cause chronic genitourinary inflammation and prostate diseases, such as human papilloma virus (HPV),Cytomegalovirus (CMV), Coxsackie Virus ( CSV) and Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV). Virus will weaken immunity, and easily combined with other pathogen infection. Virus can damage the urogenital organs directly, and may result in prostate cancer.