Don't Let Your Misconceptions about Chronic Prostatitis Miss the Best Treatment Time

Date:2023-02-06 click:0
Prostatitis is divided into chronic and acute. Chronic prostatitis is harmful to the patient's body, and at this time the body is also vulnerable to external bacterial infection. Therefore, if patients want to be cured of their illness as soon as possible, they must first understand the symptoms of their own body.

There are many symptoms of chronic prostatitis. Patients will experience symptoms such as falling discomfort in the urethra, perineum, and anus, loss of libido, ejaculation pain, urinary infections, and neurological abnormalities.
If you have symptoms similar to prostatitis, you should go for a self-examination. Active treatment is required after diagnosis. However, the lack of understanding of chronic prostatitis has caused many men to fall on this "inflammation" one by one.
Myth 1: Symptoms alone do not require a full examination
Although chronic prostatitis is a high incidence, 30%-40% of men aged 25-40 have different degrees of disease. But that doesn't mean that if you have symptoms of frequent urination, urgent urination, or lower abdominal pain, you may have prostatitis.
Clinically, many patients were diagnosed with chronic prostatitis and received a large amount of antibiotic treatment, but it was ineffective. Through careful questioning, doctors discovered that quite a few patients had not yet undergone a full analysis of their condition, including knowledge of medical history and direct examination of the prostate (rectal finger test and prostate liquefaction test). The diagnosis is based only on B-ultrasound tests of urine, semen, or prostate, or some patients are branded chronic prostatitis simply by passing the symptoms.
Myth 2: If symptoms decrease, no treatment
Chronic prostatitis is a complex disease. In particular, some patients with intractable chronic prostatitis cannot be cured for a long time= generally have to stick to the doctor's comprehensive treatment plan and have a certain course of treatment. Generally, it takes at least 1 month of treatment. After treatment, it will continue to solidify for a period of time, so don't take it when you see good.
Some patients refuse to continue treatment because their clinical symptoms have decreased significantly. In fact, the subjective feelings of patients with chronic prostatitis are often inconsistent with objective tests. When the symptoms have been reduced, it does not mean that the pathogen in the prostate has been eliminated. The criteria for treatment should also include: the normality of the prostate liquefaction test and the absence of pathogens in the prostate fluid.
Myth 3: If you have inflammation, you need antibiotics
Antibiotics are very confusing in the treatment of chronic prostatitis. Some patients go to great lengths to use the latest antibiotics, thinking that since they have inflammation, it must be a bacterial infection, so they definitely need to use antibiotics. The causes of prostatitis are complicated, although they can generally be divided into two types: bacterial (pathogen) infection and aseptic inflammation. Whether there is bacteria or not still needs to be determined by culture of prostatic fluid.
Therefore, standard treatment should take prostatic fluid culture and drug sensitivity test before using antibiotics, so as to have a targeted effect. If you see inflammation, take antibiotics; it is likely that antibiotics are being misused. In fact, 90% of patients with chronic prostatitis have no evidence of bacterial infection. Using antibiotics not only has no therapeutic effect, but also delays treatment.
Compared with antibiotics, traditional Chinese medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill has great advantages in treating chronic prostatitis. It has the effect of antibacterial sterilization and disinfection, but it does not cause harm to the body. At the same time, it treats both the symptoms and root causes, eliminating both the symptoms and the purpose of getting a complete cure. In addition to this, you should also pay attention to your usual eating habits and strengthen your exercise. You can also massage the prostate to promote the discharge of inflammation.
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