The prostate is a male-specific gland. The anatomical structure of the prostate is relatively complete. It is protected by a "capsule barrier" structure, which is generally not prone to infection and inflammation; only when a general decline in resistance, excessive fatigue, excessive sexual life, or long-term abstinence will the prostate become congested for a long time, providing an opportunity for infection to the causative body.

Or some special occupations, such as taxi drivers, long-distance bus drivers, or office workers, sit for more than ten hours every day without moving, which leads to poor pelvic blood flow and chronic congestion of the pelvic cavity (including prostate), which leads to Prostatitis. Among those who lack exercise and work for a long time, the incidence rate of prostatitis and hemorrhoids (hemorrhoids are actually caused by venous congestion) is high.

In recent years, some doctors can easily diagnose prostatitis in patients who come to see a doctor. In particular, some patients who seek medical treatment due to sexual dysfunction are diagnosed with prostatitis by some doctors regardless of their sex! Indeed, prostatitis is often accompanied by sexual dysfunction, but it is not that sexual dysfunction is caused by prostatitis.

Generally speaking, chronic prostatitis must be accompanied by other symptoms of the body, such as secret pain in the lower abdomen, discomfort on the pubis, distension, pain in the perineum, private pain around the anus, pain in the waist and sacrococcygeal region. Sometimes the pain radiates to the groin, perineum, and testicular regions on both sides.

Abnormal urination is also a common symptom of prostatitis, such as discomfort in urination, frequency of urination, the urgency of urination, fine urine, dark urine, burning urine, pain in urination, etc. When defecating, a bit of white secretion spilled from the urethra. A few patients found secretion adhesion at the external orifice of the urethra when they got up in the morning.

The correct diagnosis of chronic prostatitis can only be made when the patient has the above symptoms and is found by digital rectal and prostatic fluid examinations. Among them, the most important diagnostic indicator is an abnormal increase of white blood cells in the prostatic fluid test.

If you only have sexual dysfunction without the above symptoms, you are likely to have simple sexual dysfunction. If you have the above symptoms, you must go to a regular hospital for a systematic examination to determine the cause. If a doctor diagnoses prostatitis without giving you any examination, you should be skeptical.

Active treatment is needed after diagnosis. The doctor pointed out that chronic prostatitis is relatively difficult to treat, which is mainly related to the position of the prostate. Due to the large number of glands in the prostate, the drainage pipe is long and curved, and there are many openings in the glandular duct, so the glandular fluid is not easy to discharge. This has also become one of the reasons why chronic prostatitis is not easy to cure.

Experts pointed out that the front gland has a capsule and connective tissue composed of smooth muscle around it, which goes deep into the gland and separates it, forming a "barrier". In treating chronic prostatitis patients, it is difficult for drugs to penetrate this barrier and reach the gland. In turn, the disease is not easy to cure.

Moreover, the prostate is located in the deep part of the male pelvic cavity, which is relatively deep and slow in onset. In addition, the excretory orifice is connected with the urethra, ejaculatory duct, and vas deferens. Therefore, it is easy to damage the health of other parts. This is also one of the reasons why chronic prostatitis is not easy to cure.

Chronic prostatitis is difficult to cure, which is also related to the patients. Some patients will blindly take some drugs when they find signs of disease onset to control the disease. After treatment, some patients find that the disease tends to improve, so they immediately stop taking drugs. This practice is one of the reasons why chronic prostatitis is difficult to treat.

How can men treat chronic prostatitis well? The following points should be noted:

1. It is necessary to seize the opportunity of treatment: some patients do not pay much attention to the disease at the beginning and do not go to the hospital until they know it is serious, which will also increase the treatment difficulty.

2. The treatment of the disease should be tailored to the situation: the patient must go to the hospital in time for an inspection to determine whether the condition is severe and then take medicine according to the doctor's recommendations.

Prostatitis caused by bacteria should be treated with antibiotics. Sensitive antibiotics or intravenous drip should be selected for the application of antibiotics. You can also use some painkillers under the guidance of your doctor. For treating chronic prostatitis, herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is a good choice.

3. Patients need to pay attention to personal hygiene: overcome bad sexual habits, do not wear tight pants, and do not eat spicy food.
I hope you will have the confidence and patience to overcome the disease.

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