Szerintem a sima bélbaktériumok nem lennének enynire agresszívek.
Ez az alábbi tökéletes magyarázatot ad arra, hogy miért nem hatnak az antibiók egy prostatitis antibiotic treatment length után: Egyébként azt a választ kaptam az usából, hogy a legközelebi doki akiről tudnak, hogy transzrektális injekciót ad a prosztatába az egy olasz doki Rómában The clinical course of chronic prostatitis cannot be explained well without recalling the lifecycle of Chlamydia trachomatis.
The quick response to relatively short courses of antibiotic therapy at the beginning of the infection only eliminates those extracellular elementary bodies that are sensitive to that particular antibiotic.
The relatively quick recurrence of the infectious symptoms is best explained by either the fact that bacteria that were not sensitive to the original antibiotic are now selected out and start multiplying even before the first course of antibiotic is finished. The second time around, therefore there is no symptomatic improvement from the same antibiotic, even if longer courses are prescribed. The second reason is that most prescribed antibiotics will only affect the extra cellular phase of bacterial growth.
The intracellular multiplication and emergence of the reticulate bodies, after a symptom free period of varying length can cause recurring symptoms long after the initial antibiotic therapy is completed. Chlamydia is known to change its antibiotic sensitivity and it will alter its growth rate after exposure to multiple antibiotics.
As the growth rate of the intracellular forms of Chlamydia diminishes and eventually spore forms develop, the time interval between reoccurrences widens.