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Six Harmful Consequences of Prostatitis Which Every Man Wants to Know

When it comes to prostatitis, people more or less know something about it. As for one of the common male diseases, prostatitis is indeed not so much concerned. But it really brings great harm to men. Here we focus on harmful consequences of prostatitis and give a brief introduction here.

 

Suffering 

Postatitis is not a disease that does less harm to patinets' lives and work. Due to the inflammation irritation, a series of symptoms can occur. Symptoms such as swelling pain in lumbosacral, perineal, testicular, frequent urine and urinary urgency can all unnerve patients and influence their lives and work.

 
Infertility
 
It is a fact that prostatitis is able to bring about infertility. Long-term chronic inflammation can change the ingredients of prostate fluid. And then liquefying time of semen can be affected. When sperm motility decreases, male infertility is a probable result.
 
Sexual dysfunction
 
Thanks to the uncured disease, patients sometimes have to confront with sexual dysfunction like impotence and premature ejaculation. Various symptoms and discomfort aggravate after intercourse. Or they directly have influence on patients' sex life. Gradually a feeling of repugnance or loathing occurs because of the malignant stimulation. At last, sexual function is threatened.
 
Endocrine dyscrasia 
 
Few people know that prostatitis can lead to psychosis. In normal case, prostate can secret multiple active materials. Endocrine dyscrasia is an inducement to neurasthenia. Symptoms, such as insomnia, fatigue, dizziness, mental retardation, memory loss are great sufferings for patients.  
 
Infection
 
It is wonder that prostatitis patients' mates can be infected. Especially prostatitis raised by special bacteria. Usually, inflammation is transmitted through intercourse. Fungal prostatitis, trichomonas prostatitis, gonorrhea prostatitis, non-gonococcalprostatitis are contagious.
 
Chronic nephritis
 
Often, prostatitits is accountable to uremia. If left untreated, prostatitis may develop to prostatoplasia. Oppression of the bladder outlet obstructs urine discharge. Residual urine offers bacterial reproduction a good substrate. In addition, defense mechanism of the bladder mucosa is a cause of urinary tract infections, such as pyelonephritis and hydronephrosis. If treated incompletely, they are likely to develop to nephritis and then uremia.

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