Prostatitis refers to the condition where the prostate gland becomes painful, swollen, or inflamed, or a combination of these symptoms. Occasionally, bacterial infection is the underlying cause. Pain can be experienced in the area between the rectum and the scrotum, in the lower back, penis, or testicles. Men often experience a frequent need for urination and discomfort during urination, erection, ejaculation, and bowel movements.


Chronical prostatitis is one of the most common urological conditions affecting men under the age of 50, with patients ranging from their 20s to 50s accounting for 82% of cases. It is a condition that can occur at a relatively young age.

Causes of Prostatitis


Prostatitis can be broadly categorized into bacterial and non-bacterial forms. Bacterial prostatitis can be caused by pathogens such as Escherichia coli, Chlamydia, Ureaplasma, Mycoplasma genitalium, Mycoplasma hominis, Trichomonas, and others. Other bacteria like Klebsiella and Clostridium can also be causative agents. When the cause is identified as one of these bacteria, it often responds well to treatment.


Non-bacterial prostatitis occurs when no causative pathogen can be found. In such cases, chemical inflammation can occur in normal prostate tissue, possibly due to reflux of urine into the prostate, bladder dysfunction, immune reactions, abnormal pelvic muscles, neural sensitization, psychological issues, and more.

Symptoms of the Condition

Prostatitis can be categorized into acute and chronic forms based on age, clinical symptoms, and duration. Chronic prostatitis, in particular, is further divided into bacterial and non-bacterial types through tests such as prostate fluid analysis, urine analysis following prostate massage, and semen analysis. Chronic non-bacterial prostatitis accounts for 85-95% of cases, and its exact cause is often unclear, making it a challenging condition to define precisely.


Treatment of Prostatitis

  • Medical Prescription
  • Tempro
  • UroWave, shockwave therapy
  • Magnetic Chair
  • Selenium + Zinc intravenous injection

combining effective treatments alongside the use of therapeutic agents during the prostate treatment period can yield faster treatment results.