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 Prostate Dsease Causes

Prostate diseases are usually caused by various causative pathogens and various prostatic endotoxin. 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. Prostatic endotoxin is the harmful substances within the prostate, it can be divided into exotoxin and endotoxin. Exotoxin refers to the external environment pollution caused by harmful substances, such as food pollution. Endotoxin refers to the human body in the metabolic process produces harmful substances, such as uric acid.These harmful substances into the prostate through different pathways.


Prostate Disease and Pathogens

We found that all prostate diseases in the development process, there are one or more specific pathogens. Like Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus caused enlarged tonsil, and Streptococcus bovis caused rectal cancer-like, in the patient's prostate, we often can findthese bacteria.  Some causative pathogens can directly damage the prostate cells, and raise the prostatic specific antigen( PSA) levels and may have a close relationship with prostate cancer. After removing these pathogens, the PSA value of a patient can return to normal with prostate nodules disappearing. In the past 20 years, prostatitis patients who have received our 3D Prostate Targeted Treatment rarely have suffered from prostate cancer after removing the pathogens and infections.
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The pathogens with weak pathogenicity (such as staphylococcus,streptococcus, enterococcus) are generally spread through the blood and lymphatic way from other parts of the body (such as the upper respiratory tract and intestinal) into the prostate. When the body immunity is reduced, these pathogens multiply, will damage the prostate. The pathogens with very strong pathogenicity (such as sexually transmitted diseases pathogens) are generally through direct diffusion from the urethra into the prostate. Even a small number of these invasive causative pathogens, will cause damage to the prostate.

The causative pathogens release a variety of toxins, direct damage to prostate cells, produces a variety of pathological cells, compromise gland function, and the quality of semen. The prostate and vas deferens tubes become blocked, and calcification form. Overtime the prostate gland formed a variety of pathological tissues, Such as infected tissue, hyperplastic tissue, and cancerous tissue, etc.

These pathogens must be identified through proper specimen sampling techniques so the most effective treatment medications can be used for pathogen clearance. However, many urologists and healthcare providers are unable to properly identify the problem causing pathogens because of (1) a lack of understanding of the biology necessary to obtain accurate test result, and (2) inadequate or incorrect testing methods. Unfortunately, the blind use of oral and systemic injection medications to treat these conditions have become the treatment standard. At the same time many healthcare providers refuse to acknowledge the existence of causative pathogens. This results in treatment failure and additional complications (side effects) from the overuse and misuse of medications. In turn, this makes the initial prostate diseases more complex and difficult to treat.

At our 3D Urology and Prostate Clinic we have overcome the problems of testing and identifying causative pathogens. We have our own biological laboratory. We use a full set of laboratory examination and testing procedures in combination with our 3D Prostate Targeted Treatment to accurately determine (1) the causative pathogens of prostate disease, (2) the most effective treatment medications by drug sensitivity testing, (3) the location of various lesion tissue sites, and (4) the best treatment method to remove the causative pathogens, clearing prostatic endotoxin and blockages and calcification, and discharging harmful substances.

The Common Pathogens Of Prostate Disease

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 prostate disease and complications.

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 pelvic tissue (including prostate) is close to the rectum and anus, can be easily infected by anaerobic bacteria. Prostate is relatively deep in anatomy, and is relatively a closed anaerobic environment , anaerobic bacteria grow easily.

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 prostate disease and complications.

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 urogenital infection. 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 urinary and reproductive tract infection.Ureaplasma urealyticum causes urethritis, cervicitis, pelvic inflammatory disease PID, endometritis, salpingitis, epididymitis and prostatitis.

6) Some types of virus can cause prostate disease and complications, 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.

Prostatic Endotoxin

Prostatic endotoxin refers to harmful substances within the prostate. Prostatic endotoxin is divided into exotoxin and endotoxin.

Exotoxin refers to external environment pollution, such as, air pollution, water pollution, and food pollution. Environment pollution brings harmful chemical materials, such as, alkylating agent, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, aromatic amine compounds, nitroso compounds, amino azo dyes, tobacco, food pyrolysis products (AIA), plant toxins, heavy metal carcinogenic material like cadmium, and chemical drugs into the prostate. Harmful materials in the external environment can enter the prostate in different ways. These materials damage prostate cells and tissues, and cause cancer.

Endotoxin refers to harmful products created in the human body during the process of metabolism. These harmful products include: lactic acid, ketone acid, uric acid, and free radicals, which can accumulate in the prostate through blood circulation, lymphatic circulation, bladder function, and urine backflow. The free radical is the endotoxin that causes the most serious prostate damage. Free radicals, and their by-products (body oxidation reactions), play a major role in the prostatic aging process. When prostatic proteins and DNA are damaged, cell death and cancerous changes occur. Uric acid is one of the principal materials that form prostatic calcification. Prostatic endotoxin also includes: biological toxins produced by pathogenic micro-organisms, excess fat, and old and dead cells within the prostate. Prostate endotoxins are generally yellow. Prostatic endotoxin can accumulate in the prostate through a variety of channels into the prostate, such as rectal spread, blood circulation, lymphatic circulation, and bladder urine backflow,etc . These endotoxins damage prostatic cells and tissues, irritate the urethra and nerves, and cause dysuria and male sexual dysfunction. When prostatic endotoxins continuously deposit in the prostate, they cause the prostate blockage, prostate calcification, and prostate cancer.

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