Symptoms of Chronic Bacterial Prostatitis

Date:2019-12-26 click:

Chronic bacterial prostatitis is a chronic disease caused by a bacterial infection. Although some patients undergo systematic and regular antibacterial treatment, they may still get repeated attacks. The symptoms are also complex, and some patients can be asymptomatic. The diagnosis is based on the occasional discovery of asymptomatic bacterial urine. The main clinical symptoms are as follows:
1. Most patients have different degrees of bladder irritation symptoms (such as frequency of urination, the urgency of urination, nocturia and urodynia, discomfort or pain in lumbosacral or perineum, rarely chills and fever, if any, it indicates acute attack of chronic bacterial prostatitis, myalgia and arthralgia may occasionally occur.
2. In the digital rectal examination, the prostate can be normal or uneven; there may also be induration. If there is a large prostate stone, there will be a sense of friction. Occasionally, there may be initial or terminal hematuria, bloody semen, or urinary discharge. Sometimes epididymitis is complicated
3. Pain is not limited to the urethra and perineum but also radiates to its vicinity, and lower back pain is the most common symptom. In addition, in chronic bacterial prostatitis, patients, penis, spermatic cord, testicles, scrotum, abdomen, groin area, thigh, rectum, and other places can be affected.
4. Bacterial prostate can cause low libido, ejaculation pain, premature ejaculation, and poor quality of semen. In the morning, there is a small amount of thin milky white discharge at the urethra office, and blood semen can appear when combined with seminal vesiculitis.

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