Chronic prostatitis is a common and often complex disease. It rarely occurs in boys before puberty and often in male adults.

So far, the etiology of most chronic prostatitis is still unclear, and the curative effect is not very satisfactory. It has been recognized that "prostatitis" is not a disease. It occurs in different forms or syndromes. These syndromes have their independent causes, clinical manifestations, and results. Therefore, doctors must make different diagnoses and appropriate treatment according to different situations.

It is not difficult to diagnose chronic prostatitis according to medical history, symptoms, anal digital examination, prostatic fluid examination, etc. However, doctors should distinguish the following diseases from those with complex symptoms and atypical signs.

When many patients find frequent urination, urgent urination, white secretion at the urethral orifice in the morning, or impotence, premature ejaculation, and no sexual desire in sexual life, they always think they have sexually transmitted diseases. In addition, the abuse of antibiotic treatment aggravates the deterioration of their condition.

If men have the above symptoms simultaneously, it is not necessarily prostatitis. Only symptomatic treatment can alleviate the symptoms. Otherwise, it is likely to delay the condition and lead to the gradual deterioration of the disease. 80% of patients with prostatitis always think that prostatitis is just an ordinary inflammation. They use a lot of antibiotics. Although the test result is that the bacteria disappear, they will relapse soon. They consistently linger in the situation of treatment relapse and treatment relapse.

Antibiotics are indeed the first choice for the treatment of bacterial prostatitis. But the key is to find out the type of bacteria before considering how to use drugs. If necessary, do bacterial culture and then do a drug sensitivity test to select the most sensitive drugs. Such treatment effect should be the best and most effective.

Most prostatitis patients are nonbacterial prostatitis, and the incidence rate is higher than that of bacterial prostatitis. There is no consensus on the causes of prostatitis, mainly including pelvic congestion, interruption of sexual intercourse, excessive masturbation, long-distance cycling, or sedentary work.

Trichomonas, Chlamydia trachomatis, Ureaplasma urealyticum, and Cryptococcus are considered to be related to the disease. The clinical symptoms of aseptic prostatitis mainly include the following aspects:

Micturition irritation symptoms include frequent micturition, urgency, pain, and burning sensation of micturition.

Symptoms of urinary obstruction: such as dysuria, fine micturition, hesitation in micturition, endless micturition, dripping at the end of urine, etc.

Pain symptoms unrelated to micturition are mainly manifested as vague swelling pain and dull pain. The pain can be widely distributed in the perineum, pubis, around the anus, scrotum, inner side of thigh root, penis, etc.

Mental symptoms include dizziness, memory loss, anxiety, insomnia, paranoia, depression, and hypersensitivity to physical discomfort and pain.

There are many drugs for the treatment of chronic abacterial prostatitis. If the prostatic fluid culture is free of bacteria, you can try to detect Chlamydia or mycoplasma. After it is clear, you can use erythromycin, norfloxacin, and other drugs for treatment. You can also choose herbal medicine for treatment, such as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, to eliminate dysuria, urinary tract obstruction, and other symptoms. It can also inhibit the inflammatory reaction of the prostate and reduce pain symptoms.

Patients can also use some physical therapy, mainly thermal therapy, to enhance the blood circulation of the prostate and surrounding tissues and promote inflammatory absorption. The commonly used methods include hot water hip bath, radio frequency, microwave, transurethral acupuncture ablation, transrectal hyperthermia, etc.

In addition, patients can be conditioned through some lifestyles. The healing of prostatitis is divided into two aspects.

The first is daily life nursing. Have a regular life. Properly participate in physical exercise activities, improve the blood circulation of the prostate and perineum, and promote the secretion of prostatic fluid. In this way, the bacteriotoxin in the prostate can be diluted. Regular sex life can reduce prostate congestion and edema, which is conducive to the health of the prostate. +

The second is the conditioning of diet. Eat more foods containing high protein, eat more foods containing minerals, supplement various vitamins appropriately, drink more water, urinate more at ordinary times, and flush the urethra through urine to help discharge prostate secretion.

The above treatment can significantly improve most patients. For elderly patients with prostatitis, if they are complicated with benign prostatic hyperplasia or prostate cancer, transurethral plasma resection of prostate or radical prostatectomy can be considered. Surgical resection of the prostate is not recommended for young patients. Resection of the small prostate may lead to bladder neck contracture and other complications, aggravate the symptoms of urinary obstruction and require further complex surgical intervention.

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