Prostatitis in Men is Harmful—Remember These Common senses

Date:2021-09-18 click:0
The prostate is one of the more common urological diseases in men, and as men get older, the greater the probability of this disease occurring.
The manifestation of prostate patients is.
· Type I prostatitis (acute bacterial prostatitis) often develops suddenly, manifesting as chills, fever, fatigue, weakness, and other systemic symptoms. It is accompanied by pain in the perineum and suprapubic area. It may have urinary frequency, urinary urgency, rectal irritation, or even acute urinary retention.
· The clinical symptoms of type II(chronic bacterial prostatitis) and type III(Chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome) prostatitis are similar, with more pain and abnormal urination. Pelvic-sacral pain is highly complex, with pain generally located in the suprapubic, lumbosacral and perineal areas. Radicular pain may manifest in the urethra, spermatic cord, testes, groin, and medial abdomen. Radiation to the stomach is similar to the acute abdomen, and radiation along the urinary tract is similar to renal colic, often leading to misdiagnosis. Abnormal urination manifests as frequent urination, urgent urination, painful urination, poor urination, bifurcation of the urine line, dripping after urination, increased frequency of nocturnal urination, and milky discharge from the urethra after urination or during stool. Occasionally, it is complicated by sexual dysfunction, including decreased libido, premature ejaculation, painful ejaculation, weakened erection, and impotence.
· Type IV prostatitis (asymptomatic inflammatory prostatitis) has no clinical symptoms, and the only evidence of inflammation is found during examinations concerning the prostate.
When these conditions arise, you can go to a nearby hospital male clinic to check the prostate fluid to clarify what causes it and then treat the cause symptomatically.
What should men do when treating prostate?
1. Adhere to the treatment, do not casually change the medicine or change the treatment method during the treatment.
2. Keep a correct understanding of prostatitis and maintain a good state of mind.
3. It is recommended to drink more water, drink boiled water, increase urination, which is conducive to the discharge of inflammatory secretions. The fact is that you will not be able to get a good deal on your own.
4. Avoid sedentarily, avoid prolonged cycling, adhere to sports exercise, preferably jogging plus lower body exercise, avoid strenuous activity.
5. Regular sex life, can not hold back sperm, do not masturbate frequently, avoid unclean sexual intercourse.
6. Keep the bowels open, adhere to a hot water sitz bath or hot water bag hot compress perineum.
Can prostate patients be cured?
1. Acute/chronic bacterial prostatitis has a high chance of healing, and most patients can be cured after timely treatment. A tiny number of concurrent prostate abscesses can be fixed after surgery, such as incision and drainage.
2. If acute bacterial prostatitis is not treated thoroughly, it can turn into chronic prostatitis.
3. Chronic prostatitis (chronic pelvic pain syndrome) itself can be cured, but the symptoms can recur in some patients. It is recommended that patients with chronic disease use herbal remedies, such as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, for long-term treatment. Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill ingredients are natural herbs that do not harm the body even when used consistently and tonify the body and unblock the meridians.
The patient's lifestyle and work habits are also closely related to chronic prostatitis. Some patients themselves have a depressed or anxious state, with local pain being a secondary manifestation. It is the reason why it is difficult to "cure" the symptoms of some patients. For these patients, general treatment, psychological treatment are more important than medication.

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