Radical Cure Article

Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome

Chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS) includes nonbacterial prostatitis (NBP) and prostatodynia(PDY). It is a clinical syndrome with pelvic pain and discomfort as the main symptoms, accompanied by various urination symptoms and sexual dysfunction, but infection can not confirm.
This disease may be caused by an unknown pathogenic microorganism or a noninfectious disease, or it may be caused by pelvic tension myalgia unrelated to the prostate itself. This type of prostatitis can be divided into two subtypes: inflammatory CPPS (type Ⅲa) and noninflammatory CPPS (type Ⅲb).
1. Pathogen infection
2. Voiding dysfunction
3. Psychological factors
4. Neuroendocrine factors
5. Abnormal immune response
6. Pelvic diseases
7. Lower urinary tract epithelial dysfunction
8. Theory of oxidative stress
1. Pain and discomfort in the perineum, suprapubic area, penis, scrotum, groin, lower back, and urethra, especially the tip of the penis and glans.
2. Various symptoms of urinary tract stimulation or urinary obstruction in different degrees, such as urgency, frequency, pain, hesitation, interruption of urination, weak urine flow and post-micturition dribble and other urination disorders.
3. Patients can also have pain and discomfort after ejaculation. There were no abnormal findings in a routine physical examination and nervous system examination of chronic pelvic pain syndrome, but it finds that the anal sphincter was tight, tenderness in the prostate gland, and the tissue around the prostate was tense. Mild and moderate bladder neck obstruction and different degrees of bladder trabecula formation can be shown in the Cystoscopy.

Pre:Chronic Nonbacterial prostatitis

Next:Causes of Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome

New Comment ()

Submit Comment

Click me to change the verification code

Related Articles