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Nervous Breakdown? It May be Prostatitis!

According to statistics, the incidence of prostatitis worldwide is relatively high. Everyone should be familiar with prostatitis. Most patients who come to the hospital for treatment are not aware of the symptoms of prostatitis, which delays the better treatment period. Only come to see a doctor when it is severe. In response to this situation, doctors introduce the symptoms of prostatitis that harm men. What are the symptoms of prostatitis that impair men?


Symptoms of Prostatitis 

1. Neurasthenia
Because many patients have too little knowledge of prostatitis, and when neurasthenia occurs, they don't pay enough attention to it. They think it is normal. It is one of the early symptoms of prostatitis, and there may be depression and fatigue. Insomnia and other mental symptoms may occur.
2. Pain
Pain is a typical feature of prostatitis. It mainly includes pain in the perineum and anus, radiating to the groin, suprapubic area, testicles, penis, etc. The posterior urethra may have a burning sensation and a sense of ant movement. When these symptoms occur, male friends, It should be taken seriously.
3. Secondary symptoms 
Secondary symptoms are allergic reactions caused by bacterial toxins. Arthritis, neuritis, iritis, conjunctivitis, etc., can occur.

Urinary system discomfort
1. Difficulty in urination: due to the obstruction of the patient's urethra, the resistance to urine excretion will increase, and abdominal pressure must be increasingly hard to overcome the resistance to urination, so urination is laborious.
2. Frequent urination: Men don't need to be concerned about several frequent urinations, but they should pay attention to it when the phenomenon lasts for a long time because frequent urination is an early signal of prostatitis. The most prominent early sign is the increase in the frequency of nocturia, and The obstruction gradually increased.
Path of infection of prostatitis

1. Direct spread through the urethra
It is a more common route of infection. Bacteria enter the urethra through the urethral orifice and invade the prostate through the prostate catheter, causing acute or chronic prostatitis. Gonococcal urethritis is a fundamental cause of prostatitis. With the rapid development of gonorrhea in my country in recent years, it has become a significant cause of chronic prostatitis.
Prostatic hyperplasia or the presence of stones can deform and twist the urethra of the prostate, causing congestion and poor urination. It also reduces the immunity of the urethral mucosa of the prostate against non-pathogenic bacteria that can coexist peacefully in the urethra, and prostatitis is prone to occur. Hypersexuality or excessive masturbation can cause repeated congestion of the prostate and induce prostatitis. Urinary catheterization or urethral device examination can bring bacteria into the urethra and cause prostate infection.
Prostate infection can use anti-infective drugs. Antibiotics will be used if it is an acute infection because the effect is quick, but drug resistance and side effects may occur. Incomplete treatment of acute prostatitis can lead to chronic prostatitis.
Chronic prostatitis can be treated with the safe and harmless herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill comprises more than 50 pure natural Chinese medicines, which will not cause side effects to the body and will not harm the body. Continuous use can treat chronic prostatitis within a few months. And the recurrence rate after cure is low.
2. Infection through blood circulation
The pathogenic bacteria from the infection foci in other body parts can pass through the blood circulation to reach the prostate and cause prostatitis. Commonly, bacteria from the skin, tonsils, dental caries, respiratory tract, or intestinal infection foci enter the blood and invade the prostate.
3. Lymphatic infection
Lymphatic infections are relatively rare. Prostatitis can be caused by inflammation near the prostate, such as the rectum, colon, bladder, urethra, etc., passing through the lymphatic ducts.
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