Chronic prostatitis is a dangerous urological disease for men
Testicles produce the main male hormone, testosterone. The synthesis and concentration of this hormone determines a man’s sexual function. Sperm motility and vitality are supported by various biologically active substances – prostaglandins, leukotrienes, dehydrotestosterone. It has been established that all systems and connecting links controlled by the neurohumoral pathway determine quality spermatogenesis and fertility and erection.

There are good anatomical and neurohumoral connections between the testes and the anterior gland and epididymis, which become less tight during infection. The production of leukotrienes is disturbed. The function of the seminal duct as a transit weakens: pH changes, temperature changes, hyperemia of the duct develops, which determines the passage of secretions more difficult. Therefore, it is very important to avoid infection and its complications.