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Can Chronic Prostatitis Cause Urethral Itching?

Chronic prostatitis is a genitourinary disease. From the point of view of the incidence of the population, the chronic prostatitis incidence is still very high; a considerable part of the men are affected by prostatitis. One of the most apparent symptoms is urethral symptoms.


In addition to the typical symptoms of urinary urgency, frequent urination, and endless urination, does chronic prostatitis cause urethral itching?

Chronic prostatitis can cause urethral itching.

Chronic prostatitis patients will feel itchy in the urethra opening, mainly because the patient's urine contains chronic prostatitis pathogenic bacteria, so the urethra opening is affected by the urine, inevitably causing itchy symptoms.

So, patients with chronic prostatitis who want to relieve this urethral abnormality must pay attention to the hygiene of this area. Hygienic cleaning of the urethral opening mainly involves washing this area, which is usually required both in the morning and at night. This will help to prevent secretions from building up in the urethra and will also help with the flow of urine. If the urethral opening is itchy and the patient finds it difficult to endure, they can ask the doctor to prescribe topical creams to relieve itching.

In addition, prostatitis is often caused by urethritis. Inflammation of the external urethra due to infection of the external urethra can lead to retrograde infection along the urethra, causing inflammation of the prostate gland. When the prostate is inflamed, it can lead to inflammatory enlargement of the prostate gland ducts, and it can also lead to inflammatory enlargement of the prostate gland. Therefore, patients with prostatitis are often combined with urethritis, accompanied by urethral tingling, urethral stinging, or a small amount of thin secretion from the urethra.

The typical symptom of chronic prostatitis in patients is urethral dribbling, often caused by increased inflammatory secretions within the glandular ducts. During bowel movements, fecal pressure can push prostate fluid into the urethra, leading to urethral dribbling. Most patients with urethral dribbling also experience urethral discomfort or a burning sensation, and some may have symptoms of urethral itching.

Patients with prostatitis should be treated with standardized medication when urethral itching occurs. The disease-causing microorganisms can often be found through prostate fluid or semen bacterial culture, mycoplasma culture, and fungal culture. By selecting effective antibiotics, urethral itching and other symptoms will significantly improve in patients with prostatitis. Patients can choose traditional Chinese medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill for recurring chronic prostatitis. 

Firstly,  herbal ingredients in Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can regulate the patient's urogenital urinary system and bring it into balance. Secondly, it regulates the patient's kidney, promotes blood circulation, and accelerates detoxification. Finally, utilizing the herb's anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effects, the pill can improve the patient's immunity to treat prostatitis.

Additionally, patients with chronic prostatitis must pay attention to drinking more water, which can help prostatitis heal as soon as possible. It is also recommended that patients should keep a light diet and avoid spicy, greasy, stimulating food. At the same time, they should quit smoking and drinking, avoid catching colds, and exercise appropriately to enhance immunity.

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