According to the survey, nearly half of men have prostatitis all their lives. This disease will torture men's physiology and cause additional concurrent harm. Long-term prostate inflammation will affect the patient's fertility and life.
What is the inducement of prostatitis?

Inducement 1: prostate congestion

Congestion caused by various reasons, especially passive congestion, is an important cause of prostatitis. The onset of patients is often not caused by bacterial infection and microbial invasion but by inflammatory reactions leading to prostatitis.

Congestion is common in life:

Abnormal sexual life. Excessive frequency of sexual life, forced interruption of sexual intercourse, or excessive masturbation can make the prostate abnormally congested. But extreme abstinence in sexual life will also produce automatic excitement for a long time, resulting in passive congestion.

Squeeze the perineum directly. Riding a bike, sitting for a long time, and other perineum injuries and prostate congestion, especially riding a bicycle for a long time, are the most common.

Unhealthy lifestyle. According to the theory of traditional Chinese medicine, bad habits such as alcoholism, greed, and greasy food can cause endogenous damp heat, accumulate in the reproductive organs, and causes congestion and sexual excitement.

Excessive massage. External stimuli caused by inappropriate prostate massage and other medical behaviors, such as extreme or frequent manipulation, can congest the prostate.

Catch a cold. Colds and colds can excite the sympathetic nerves of the human body, increase the internal pressure of the urethra, shrink the prostate duct, hinder the excretion of prostatic fluid, and produce silting congestion.

Countermeasures: Patients with chronic prostatitis should take corresponding treatment measures according to the inducing factors. For prostatitis with congestive factors as the leading cause, various aspects of passive congestion should be eliminated, the frequency of sexual life should be moderate, cycling should not be long, and traditional Chinese medicine should be used to promote blood circulation and remove blood stasis.

Inducement 2: urinary irritation

Medically, urinary irritation is called a chemical factor. According to doctors, urine contains a variety of acid-base chemicals. When patients have local neuroendocrine disorders, urethral pressure is too high, and the opening of the prostate duct is damaged, uric acid and other irritant chemicals flow back into the prostate, inducing chronic prostatitis.
Countermeasures: ask the doctor to adjust urine acidity and inflammation.

Inducement 3: pathogenic microorganism infection

Bacteria, protozoa, fungi, viruses, and other microorganisms become the source of prostate infection, of which bacteria are the most common, such as gonococcus and non-gonococcus. There are three main ways for bacteria to invade. One is hematogenous infection.

Clinically, it has been found that more than 90% of bacterial prostatitis is caused by microbial infection. The second is lymphatic infection. Compared with urinary tract infection and colon and rectum inflammation, the prostate can be infected through lymphatic channels, resulting in inflammation. The third is direct spread. When men urinate, the urine passes through the prostate, and the bacteria in the urine can directly enter the prostate, causing prostate infection.

Countermeasures: antibiotic treatment. Cooperate with traditional Chinese medicine to clear heat and diuresis, promote blood circulation, and remove blood stasis. If you want to eliminate pathogenic bacteria, especially for prostatitis patients, Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is more symptomatic. You can use it dialectically according to the overall situation to reduce symptoms.

Inducement 4: anxiety, depression, and fear

Experts found that 50% of patients with chronic nonbacterial prostatitis have anxiety, depression, fear, pessimism, and other symptoms of excessive tension. Prostatitis patients with pain and neurasthenia often exaggerate the discomfort and pain of the body, and the conscious symptoms are often larger than the actual condition. This situation is called "tension prostatitis." Psychological factors are related to age. The mental burden of young patients is heavier than that of older patients, which often directly affects the effect of drug treatment.

Countermeasures: for those whose symptoms worsen due to psychological factors, while taking drugs, they should receive psychological guidance, maintain a bright and optimistic mood, concentrate on work and colorful leisure life, do not pay too much attention to minor changes in symptoms, and treat them in professional outpatient clinics of regular hospitals to avoid delaying the deterioration of the disease.

Inducement 5: immune factor and allergy

Studies have shown that chronic prostatitis is related to autoimmune factors. Some experts have found that arthritis patients have anti-prostate antibodies. Such patients often produce anti-prostate antibodies due to congenital or acquired immune deficiency, resulting in prostate tissue damage. If the patient does not find evidence of bacterial, viral, and mycoplasma infection after examination, the existence of immune factors can be considered.

Clinically, it has been found that allergic reactions to certain viruses can also cause inflammation. In particular, patients with low muscle resistance are highly sensitive to viruses and are prone to induce chronic prostatitis.

Countermeasures: for prostatitis caused by immune and allergic factors, the effect of regulating immune function with herbal medicine is good.

Warm tip: prostatitis is a controllable disease. Patients should not be too afraid. They should actively treat it. They should not refuse to seek medical treatment because they feel it is a matter of losing face. They should not believe in some folk prescriptions. They should go to a regular hospital for treatment, which is the most important thing.

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