Why Can Prostatitis Cause Prostatic Calcification?

Prostate calcification is similar to the formation of urinary stones. There are secretions in the prostate, forming calcified crystals. Or if the prostate has had inflammation and left scars after treatment, you may also find prostate calcification.

Calcification of the prostate causes no symptoms and does not affect fertility. However, prostate calcification is closely associated with prostatitis. Prostatitis patients are prone to prostate calcification; Calcification of the prostate can also induce prostatitis.
What causes prostate calcification?
There are many reasons for prostate calcification. Many mathematicians now believe that the leading causes are prostatitis and urine reflux. Prostatitis causes epithelial cells to fall off. These epithelial cells mix with secretory substances and calcium salts in the body and deposit in the prostate gland, causing prostate calcification. 
In addition, urine reflux into the prostate duct, calcium salts, and other components in the urine gradually deposited in the prostate, not discharged in time, resulting in calcification. 
Men over 35 are prone to prostate calcification, which a B-mode ultrasound of the prostate can detect. If it's just calcification, no special treatment is needed. But if it affects normal life, it must be removed through treatment.
Prostate calcification in men under 40 is associated with chronic prostatitis. Chronic prostatitis can be caused by unclean sex, too much sex, sitting or cycling, and eating spicy and stimulating foods, all of which can accelerate prostate calcification. In addition, prostate calcification in patients aged between 20 and 50 is mainly related to psychological factors.
When the psychological pressure is too much, it will stimulate the secretion of catecholamine, enhance the activity of adrenal fibers, let urine flow back into the prostate, and cause certain calcification of crystalline substances in normal tissues. Benign prostate calcification does not require specific treatment, but if it worsens, it may cause urgency, frequent urination, pain, and difficulty urinating. It also reduces the accurate survival rate, leading to male infertility, orchitis, epididymitis, impotence, premature ejaculation, and so on.
Why do so many young men get prostate calcification?
From office workers to college students, prostate calcification is associated with a "lying flat" lifestyle in many young men. Sedentary at work or school, lying at home, habitually full of urine, and lacking exercise. This leads to pelvic venous stasis in the long run, inducing prostatitis.
When the prostate acinus and excretory duct are associated with long-term infection, it can cause acinus dilation and duct narrowing, leading to or accelerating the formation of prostate calcification foci. With the accumulation of calcification foci, stones can form.
In contrast, when calcification in the prostate is present, it can block the prostate duct, causing poor drainage of fluid in the acinar and inducing inflammation or causing recurrent inflammation.
How to prevent prostate calcification?
Drink more water, do not hold urine: keep about 2500ml of water daily, reduce the concentration of harmful substances in the urine and avoid the occurrence of prostatitis.
Avoid sitting for a long time: Pay attention to seat heat dissipation for long-time sitting and working. Get up and move once in a while to improve circulation and reduce the chance of prostate inflammation.
Eat a balanced diet: Eat little or no spicy and stimulating food, and stop smoking and drinking. Foods high in oil, salt, and sugar should also be eaten less and not overeat. Eat more fruits and vegetables to ensure adequate nutrient intake.
Keep regular hours: Avoid overwork, don't stay up late, and keep regular hours. Adequate physical exercise can enhance your immune system and prevent recurring prostate disease.
In addition to daily protection, patients with prostatitis can also choose traditional Chinese medicine treatment. Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, which has the effect of clearing heat and detoxifying, activating blood and qi to relieve pain, diuresis and relieve stranguria, has a significant therapeutic effect on chronic prostatitis. I hope that patients with chronic prostatitis are treated promptly and recover soon!
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