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Symptoms of Chronic Nonbacterial Prostatitis

 
For patients with chronic prostatitis, bacterial cases account for about 30% of all the cases, which is caused by one or several pathogens. As with acute bacterial prostatitis, the pathogenic bacteria are Gram-negative aerobic bacteria, such as Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. The main clinical symptoms are as follows:
 
1. All of a sudden, there are chills and high fever, accompanied by frequent urination, the urgency of urination, urination pain and perineum pain;
 
2. Dysuria or acute urinary retention;
 
3. The prostate gland of the rectum is swollen with obvious tenderness, and the local temperature is increased. The patients with abscess have the sensation of pulsation;
 
4. Blood infection can cause acute pyelonephritis at the same time;
 
5. Under the stimulation of bladder inflammation, there are recurrent symptoms of lower urinary tract infection, such as frequency and urgent urination, urodynia, burning sensation of urination, dysuria, urinary retention, heavy feeling and swelling of anal and perineum area in posterior urethra, which usually lasts for more than three months. Some patients may have hematuria or anuria at the end of urination.
 
6. Rectal irritation sign, there will be varying degrees of swelling or pain in the anus, perineum, when the patient has a bowel intention or constipation, it is generally accompanied by pain.
 
7. Because there is rich sympathetic nerve distribution in the prostate gland or seminal vesicle, the internal tension of the gland increases when the inflammation occurs, which can affect the sympathetic nerve and cause metastatic low back pain.
 
The pain can radiate to the testicles, scrotum, groin, perineum, abdomen, thigh, buttock, rectum, etc. It is manifested as a dull pain or falling pain. In severe cases, pain is similar to appendicitis.
 
8. Reproductive stimulation sign, the normal sexual desire of patients decreased significantly, some patients' penis is easy to erect, but there is more obvious pain when ejaculating.
 
9. If inflammation develops further and forms an abscess, it is called prostatic abscess.
 
If you find yourself suffering from the above symptoms, it is advised to go to the hospital for examination and treatment in time, so as to facilitate the recovery of the disease and not delay the best treatment time.
 
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