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Can Diabetes Patients Have Prostatitis at the Same Time?

Compared with the general population, diabetic patients are more likely to be infected. Recently the American Medical Network reported that Dr. Kellogg Parsons of the University of California, San Diego, measured prostate volume by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in 422 adult men aged 27 to 87, and found that 22% of them suffered from BPH. Moreover, the risk is 2.5 times higher obese men and two times higher in diabetes patients than normal men.

The reasons are as follows: hyperglycemic environment is conducive to the growth and reproduction of pathogenic microorganisms; hyperglycemia can weaken the function of leukocyte phagocytosis and killing bacteria, and reduce autoimmunity; diabetic patients are often complicated with microangiopathy and neuropathy, which can make tissue ischemia, hypoxia, hyposensation, and easy to secondary infection. Skin and mucosa are the first barriers for the human body to resist the invasion of foreign microorganisms and are also the predisposing sites of infection.
Especially in the vulva, because of the tight underpants, poor air permeability, humidity, and diabetes patients' urine or sweat is rich in sugar, so the place is particularly vulnerable to a fungal skin infection. Genital infections associated with diabetes are usually caused by fungi, especially Candida albicans and tinea.
Diabetes is prone to cause bladder lesion. Damage of peripheral bladder nerve can lead to a decrease of detrusor contraction function, resulting in dysuria and prostatitis. Once diabetic patients develop prostatic lesions, it will be making the control of blood sugar more difficult. This is because inflammation easily causes blood sugar changes, and poor control of blood sugar will affect the treatment of prostatitis.
Prostatitis is one of the common complications that diabetic patients tend to neglect. This is because, first, prostatic diseases and diabetes are chronic diseases, which are not easy to attract patients' attention. Secondly, these two diseases are common diseases in middle-aged and elderly men, and their symptoms are similar, such as frequent urination, the urgency of urine, and so on.
Experts point out that for male friends who have already suffered from diabetes, attention should be paid to checking their prostate during routine examinations. Because if diabetes mellitus patients complicated with prostate, inflammation is prone to cause blood sugar changes, poor blood sugar control will also affect the treatment of prostatitis. 
Clinical findings show that some patients often have high blood sugar levels, excluding diabetes diet, drugs, and other reasons. Finally, the infection focus was found from the prostate. After the treatment with natural medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, which has the effect of anti-bacteria and anti-inflammation, blood-activating and stasis-removing, once prostatitis is cured, blood sugar will quickly be dropped to normal.
In order to prevent prostatic diseases, male diabetic patients should first pay attention to the moderation of sexual life, ensure regular sexual life, try to control sexual impulse, and reduce the number of genital congestion. Secondly, you should give up smoking and alcohol, eat less spicy food, and reduce the stimulation caused by diet. Finally, don't sit too long to prevent holding back urine. 

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