What's the Connection between Prostatitis and Hemorrhoids?

Date:2019-09-24 click:0

Dr. Lee who studies traditional Chinese medicine indicates that some people think hemorrhoids is not , which is not been . Actually, If left untreated, it is easy to cause urinary tract diseases like prostatitis.

Hemorrhoids is a disease with a high incidence, in daily life, many people are not aware of having had hemorrhoids. Only when they are in routine check-ups can they discover the disease. Dr. Lee says that the symptoms of hemorrhoids are blood in the stool and hemorrhoids prolapse.

Repeated blood in stool can cause the loss of iron. For a normal adult, the amount of lost iron should not exceed 2mg. If it is more that 2mg, iron deficiency anemia is likely to happen.
Therefore Dr. Lee advocates that men should pay more attention on hemorrhoids, it is never to late to prevent prostatitis caused by hemorrhoids.       
The new search has shown that people who long suffer from hemorrhoids are at a high risk of having prostatitis. 
It is a matter of fact that hemorrhoids is a diseases that commonly found in men, with several years' clinic experience, Dr, Lee draws a conclusion that hemorrhoids attack is likely to endanger the health of the prostate, that is because Infectious bacteria hemorrhoids is an important factor that leads to chronic prostatitis. That may sound incredible, but in medicine, this is not unusual.      
This kind of prostatitis is caused by infected blood circulation. In fact, hemorrhoids venous system is the prostate blood circulation system. When affected by hemorrhoids, prostate can be infected with bacterial in the blood circumfluence. As a result, prostatitis is prone to occur.
Patients are able to feel pain and discomfort in perineum, genitals belly, and thigh. More symptoms are: voiding dysfunction:urinary frequency, urinary urgency, poor in urine, urine endless and wait in urine; anal discomfort, poor stool and blood. The explanation for that is prostate diseases are always along with the Aanal diseases.      
Dr. Lee reminds us that hemorrhoids can not only lead to prostatitis, but also causes many anorectal diseases, such as, anal fissure, anal fistula, perianal abscess and even cancer. Moreover, too many complications can add extra burden to the treatment. Hence, once the symptoms of the hemorrhoids occurs, patients should go to the doctor as soon as possible.