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Why do Prostatitis Patients Have Sacral Pain?

Sometimes people who are suffering from prostatitis will have discomfort or pain in the prostate, which can be accompanied by urination problems. When inflammation aggravates to a certain extent, it is easy to cause referred pain which usually refers to pain in certain areas of the body when the organs are diseased. The referred pain caused by prostatitis often occur in the lumbosacral region and abdomen, that is why patients with prostatitis usually will have sacral pain.
However, sacral pain is not necessarily caused by prostatitis, there are also other causes of sacral pain in addition to prostatitis, including the following:
1. In the case of sacral trauma, such as buttock landing, beating, etc., all of them may cause sacral pain. In some severe cases, pelvic fracture caused by trauma may also be one of the causes of sacral pain.
2. If a woman suffers from chronic pelvic inflammatory disease, generally she will have some typical symptoms such as lower abdominal pain, intense pain, and lumbosacral pain, so the chronic pelvic inflammatory disease is also one of the causes.
3. If there is osteomyelitis in the lumbosacral region, inflammation can also cause pain in the joint of the patient after the bone marrow is infected. Therefore, osteomyelitis can also cause pain in the sacral region. When the sacrum becomes inflamed by infection, and patients are not treated in time, it may descend into sacral tumors when the condition deteriorates. Besides, tumors in the sacral region may also cause pain in the sacrum.
Generally, because the body's self-repairing ability of young people is good, when they are suffering from a prostate disease with a mild condition, once the bad living habits are corrected in life, and proper exercise and a balanced diet is developed, sometimes prostatitis will go away naturally. 
However, if the patient's condition is much more serious, which has already had a great impact on their life, even causes damage to the patients’ reproductive system, they need to seek medical treatment immediately, otherwise, it is difficult to achieve the healing effect through the body's self-repair ability.
In general, the treatment of prostatitis can be divided into the following drug treatment and surgical treatment:
Drug therapy 
Antibiotics, hormones and other drugs are effective ways often used to treat prostatitis. In addition, in the early stage of the disease, if the inflammation of the prostate is not so severe, patients can also be cured by conservative treatment of natural medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, it can alleviate various discomforts of patients, such as low back pain, sacral pain, frequent and urgent urination, etc. The natural herbs in the prescription have the effects of clearing away heat and detoxification, promoting diuresis and relieving stranguria, and can effectively eliminate the focus and inflammation, thus achieving the goal of a cure.
Surgical therapy
In the clinic, if the condition is serious and surgery is needed in some male patients, urethral dilatation, tumor drainage, prostate resection, and other surgical methods are generally used. But the trauma of the operation is too great and the recovery is very slow, so the patient must be very cautious when choosing operations. After having surgeries, patients can also take Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill to decrease the rate of recurrence.
Finally, it is reminded patients during treatment must strictly control your diet, develop good hygiene habits and ensure enough rest is also important. Besides, doing proper exercise to improve your self-immunity which can also make contributions to the recovery of the condition. Best wishes for your recovery!

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