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If There are no Symptoms of Frequent Urination and Urgency, is Prostatitis Cured?

Prostatitis is a common urological disease in men, with a wide range of symptoms and individual differences, and the most typical symptoms are frequent urination and urinary urgency. So, many patients think that frequent urination and urinary urgency symptoms disappear, meaning prostatitis is cured. 


The clinical symptoms of prostatitis are complex, and the symptoms of prostatitis are now collectively referred to as prostatitis syndromes, which can be roughly categorized into the following four groups:

1. Urethral Symptoms: Frequent urination, endless urination, urine dribbling, painful urination, burning in the urethra, urinary urgency, urination difficulty, and yellow urine are common. Or there is always the desire to urinate, pain in the urethra, and occasional overflow of white mucus from the urethra.

2. Pain Or Discomfort Symptoms: Mainly manifested in the perineum, testicles, abdomen, posterior urethra, lumbosacral region, anus, groin, penis and glans, and other parts of the swelling, distension, and pain.

3. Abnormal Intercourse Function: A little thin, milky-white, watery, or thick secretion from the urethra in the morning or during defecation, or accompanied by spermatorrhea, premature ejaculation, bloody semen, ejaculation disorders, and frigidity with diminished desire.

4. Mental Symptoms: Irritability, anxiety, dreaminess, insomnia, palpitations, fatigue, depression, memory loss, loss of self-confidence, and weakness of the waist and knees.

Therefore, it is biased if patients judge the recovery of the disease from the good or bad of one symptom. Symptoms of prostatitis are diverse, and symptoms are not proportional to the severity of inflammation.

In addition, the patient's subjective feeling does not coincide with the objective examination. Sometimes, patients self-perceive that the symptoms have disappeared, but the bacteria in the body have not yet been killed. Once the symptoms are relieved or disappear and then stop using medication, it is easy to cause prostatitis to return.

Antibiotic treatment, in particular, if taken and stopped repeatedly, makes it easy to develop drug resistance, leading to recurring symptoms and making subsequent treatment more difficult. With this in mind, patients can opt for traditional Chinese medicine for treatment, such as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill

It uses a variety of herbs, not only will not produce drug resistance and other side effects but also comprehensively regulate the patient's urogenital system to achieve the effect of both symptoms and root causes, which is more conducive to pain relief and complete inflammation elimination.

It is worth noting that, regardless of which medication is taken, patients must determine the healing of the disease through a comprehensive review and not judge on their own. 

Men can start with the following criteria to assess whether prostatitis is completely cured:

1. Various Symptoms Have Disappeared

Various symptoms of prostatitis, such as abnormal urination, sexual dysfunction, neurasthenia, local pain, discomfort, etc., these symptoms should disappear entirely, and you can initially judge the prostatitis cure.

2. Normal Prostate On Palpation

After examination, the prostate is normal in size soft in texture, with no pressure or fibrotic sclerosis.

3. Normal Prostate Fluid Examination

The patient has a normal prostate fluid examination with no or few white blood cells, a negative localized bacterial culture, and a return to normal values for lecithin microsomes. If these are normal, it can be determined that the prostatitis is cured.

4. Re-Checks Are Normal

If the prostate test results remain normal for 2 to 3 consecutive retests, then it means that the prostatitis is really cured.

We can judge whether prostatitis has been cured from the above four criteria. If the patient only based on one of the symptoms as a judgment standard, and then in the process of treatment judges themselves to discontinue treatment, it is easy to lead to recurrence and deterioration of the disease. 

In addition, the patient should also maintain good habits to prevent the recurrence of the disease, such as paying attention to the daily diet, eating less spicy and stimulating food, quitting smoking and drinking, drinking more water, ensuring a good night's sleep, and appropriate exercise.

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