Normally, when it comes to the treatment of chronic prostatitis, antibiotics usually will come to patients' minds. Antibiotics can quickly alleviate symptoms, and large doses of antibiotics are approved by many doctors and patients. Meanwhile, a medication called an alpha-blocker and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs may also be prescribed if you have problems with urination, these medications can also help relax the muscles in the prostate gland and the base of the bladder. During drug treatment, microwave, radiofrequency ablation, laser, and other physical therapies can be used to produce thermal effects to activate the blood circulation of prostatic tissue and accelerate metabolism, which is conducive to eliminate the inflammation, edema, relieve the pelvic floor muscle spasm and so on. However, there are many causes of chronic prostatitis, less than 10% of cases are infected by bacteria. So for most chronic patients, the effect of antibiotics is even less obvious. While antibiotics can undoubtedly cure diseases and save lives, they are not as safe as people think. The overuse will lead to the rise of dangerous drug-resistant bacteria that no longer respond to treatment.