Prostatitis is one of the common diseases in adult men. It is not life-threatening, but it seriously affects the quality of life of men. Prostatitis mainly occurs in male adults under 50 years old. Frequent sexual life, diet, urinary tract inflammation, mental and psychological factors all affect the onset of prostatitis.

50% of men will be affected by prostatitis at some time in their life. Some of them may affect the quality of life in varying degrees, and they need to seek medical treatment. Excessive drinking, spicy food, improper sexual activity, and sedentary can cause long-term prostatic hyperemia; cold and overwork can reduce body resistance. These factors can induce prostatitis and should be avoided.

Prostate hyperplasia is a common disease in men, and the incidence rate is generally high in older men. The early manifestations of BPH are as follows.

Nocturnal urinary incontinence, when sleeping at night, urine flow out uncontrollably, even in the daytime.

The frequency of urination increased, no matter in the daytime or at night. It is far more than the typical situation of 3-4 times in the day and 1-2 times in the evening. The time interval of urination was short, and there was a sense of urination from time to time.

When you feel like peeing, you have to wait for a while to pee. Moreover, the urine flow is thin, the discharge is weak, and the range is not far. Sometimes it drips down from the urethral orifice.

After BPH, the urine crystals are easy to agglutinate to form bladder stones, resulting in sudden interruption of urination. The interruption of urination and bladder stones in the elderly are strong "signals" of BPH.

The clinical symptoms of prostatitis and benign prostatic hyperplasia are similar, including urgency, frequency, waiting, and cloudy urine.

The difference lies in: prostatitis can have urethral burning, lower abdomen, and perineum acid swelling pain, frequent urination, urgency, waist acid leg soft, fatigue, insomnia, forgetfulness, spermatorrhea, impotence, and premature ejaculation. More than half of the patients with chronic prostatitis have white mucus overflowing from the urethra after defecation. Their underpants often have stains, which can cause infertility in men of childbearing age. The disease occurs at any age;

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is characterized by frequent nocturia, frequent urination, weak urination, thin urine line, and urine dripping, often in middle-aged and older adults.

However, a specific examination is needed to determine the two's treatment because they have the same symptoms or even no signs.

The prostate is an essential part of men, and prostatitis is more common. Consider the treatment according to the symptoms. According to their infection, if it is bacterial prostatitis, timely use of antibiotics under the doctor's guidance. Suppose the symptoms can not be relieved, leading to repeated attacks of prostatitis. In this case, men can choose herbal medicine for treatment, such as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. It is a patent herbal medicine created by Wuhan Dr. Lee TCM Clinic, which is commonly used in the treatment of chronic prostatitis and other male reproductive system diseases.

It has an anti-inflammatory effect on prostatitis. It can improve the edema of the urethral mucosa and its surrounding tissues and effectively improve the symptoms of frequent urination, urgency, endless urination, and painful urination. It is suggested to persist in treatment for more than three months, reducing the recurrence of prostatitis.

Besides, men should not do the prostatic fluid examination during a fever. Otherwise, it may affect the examination results.

In addition to drug treatment, patients should drink more water and increase urination, which is conducive to the discharge of inflammatory secretions. Avoid alcohol and tobacco, and spicy food. Avoid sitting for a long time and cycling for a long time. Adhere to exercise to improve physical resistance. Simultaneously, keep the stool unobstructed.

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