Can prostatitis be passed to the woman: what you need to know.
Prostatitis is a purely male problem, in which there is inflammation of the prostate). So it is dangerous only for the stronger sex, and as for the infections, which may have developed inflammation, they are passed sexually from male to female.
What is dangerous prostatitis for women
Maybe some of the girls had questions: "is there any prostatitis women?", "how dangerous is the disease?".
Of course, the prostatitis to advance to the women is not capable, as it is a disease of the prostate gland that exists only in men. However, if the disease is infectious in nature, it can be dangerous for women.
Currently, the disease of the prostate caused by infections that are transmitted during sexual intercourse, occupies an important place in the structure of infectious diseases, and has a tendency to further progression.
In sexually active men the disease in many cases appears as a result of complications of inflammation of the urethra (the urethra).
In 92-93% of cases, inflammation of the urethra is of a venereal nature, and, in accordance with this, the most common causes are infections that are transmitted sexually, and that is dangerous for women. Basically they move from the urethra, rectum, bladder, blood and lymphatic vessels of the pelvis and into the prostate.
Infectious development can be chlamydia, Trichomonas, pathogenic bacteria, fungi, Ureaplasma, Mycoplasma, E. coli, etc.
The most common forms there is chronic chlamydial disease. Important characteristics is that it takes almost no symptoms and has a high complication rate.
Trichomonas form is found in 15-35% of patients. She also has a chronic oligosymptomatic nature. Skilled professionals believe that if mixed infection inside the eggs may remain and other pathogenic bacteria, e.g., chlamydia, gonorrhea, Gardnerella, Ureaplasma, etc.
In addition hlamidiinah and Trichomonas type, there are also fungal chronic form for genital herpes and herpetic urethritis, etc.
These forms in many cases, complications occur due to inflammation of the urethra. However, this does not mean that pathogens are those bacteria that initially caused urethritis.
The development of this disease in inflammation of the urethra, mainly due to secondary infection of the prostate normal bacteria.
Changed due to the impact of the infection gland may become infectedopportunistic bacteria, e.g., staphylococci. All agents of sexually transmitted inflammation (chlamydia, Trichomonas, gonococci, etc.) have the ability to facilitate secondary infection of the prostate.
In the absence of special and proper treatment, the disease caused by these infections, it will be enough to progress quickly and thus cause a serious risk to the health of men.
Is there any prostatitis sexually transmitted
From the above we can conclude that any kind of this disease is not sexually transmitted. But the doctors are having a venereal origin, can easily become a source of sexual diseases.
Moreover, even after complete cure due to the lack of immunity to various pathogens that are transmitted sexually, a man can again get infected. To avoid re-infection and to not infect a partner is not necessary to refuse sexual relations, it is enough during sexual intercourse to take certain precautions (use condoms).