Bacterial Prostatitis, Chronic (Chronic Bacterial Prostatitis)
Chronic bacterial prostatitis is a long-standing bacterial infection of the prostate gland superimposed on a defect in the prostate. The symptoms can include low back pain, discomfort in the perineum (the area between the anus and the genitalia), testicular pain and, if the infection spreads to the bladder, mild pain or burning on urination (dysuria) and frequent and urgent need to urinate (frequency and urgency). The presence of white blood cells and bacteria in the urine attests to the fact that the urinary tract is infected with bacteria. The defect in the prostate is the focal point for the persistent infection. Effective treatment requires identification and correction of this defect before antibiotics can be effective. Chronic infections in the genito-urinary area of the body usually remain chronic despite mainstream medical approaches involving antibiotics. A biofilm develops which protects the infectious organism from being annihilated by the antibiotics. The addition of an enzyme named lumbokinase (trade mane Boluoke) along with the antibiotic dissolves the bio-film and allows the antibiotic to do its job.