Treatment of Chronic Non-bacterial Prostatitis with Combined Drug Therapy and Swimming Exercise and Pathological Observation
Chronic prostatitis is a common disease in urinary males. It is caused by pathogens or certain non-infectious factors. The current type of disease, clinically used drugs for the treatment of CNP are antibiotics, receptor blockers and non-steroidal antibiotics, inflammatory medicine, etc. This article analyzes the effects of swimming exercise and drug combination therapy on chronic non-bacterial prostatitis. On the basis of drug treatment, the exercise treatment group and the comprehensive treatment group perform one swimming exercise at a fixed time every day, the first day 35min/time, daily increasing for 5 min up to 50 min/time. The results showed that the levels of TNF-, IL-1 and IL-6 in the comprehensive treatment group were significantly lower than those in the drug-treated group (P<0.05), and gradually approached the normal control group. The pathological examination of the prostate in the normal control group was not obvious. Changes; the prostate tissue of the model control group showed obvious pathological changes of chronic inflammation; the chronic inflammation of the prostate in each treatment group was relieved to varying degrees, and the chronic inflammation in the comprehensive treatment group was significantly alleviated. Conclusion: Swimming can reduce the degree of inflammation in CAP rats. Combined with drugs, it can effectively reduce the levels of TNF-, IL-1 and IL-6 in CAP rats and improve histological damage.