Role of Helicobacter pylori in causing repeated Reinfection from Oral cavity in Chronic Prostatitis
Published: 10 January, 2018 | Volume 2 - Issue 1 | Pages: 001-004
Introduction: The refractoriness in treatment of chronic prostatitis (CP) could be due to repeated infection. This reinfection could be caused by Helicobacter Pylori present in human saliva.
Methods: The oral cavities seem to be the important reservoirs for the reinfection. The transmission from these reservoirs could be stopped by avoiding contact between male urethera and saliva.
Results: Three patients suffering from refractory symptoms of CP were advised to avoid contact between their urethera and saliva and were prescribed antibiotics. All patients had complete response.
Conclusions: The oral cavity serve as reservoir of microorganisms (H.Pylori) which infects patient’s urethera repeatedly in patients of CP.
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Chronic prostatitis; Chronic pelvis pain syndrome; Oral cavity; Reinfection; Saliva
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