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What Can Urinary Problems Occur in Patients with Prostatitis?

Both prostatitis and urinary tract infections are common types of urinary tract infections. If prostatitis is not treated in time, it can affect the adjacent urinary system and lead to urinary tract infection or cystitis. In addition, prolonged treatment of urinary tract infections may also induce prostatitis and other diseases, so patients must take timely therapy after the onset of the illness.

So what kind of urinary tract problems do men with prostatitis have? Here are five common symptoms of urination in patients with prostatitis:
Endless urination: Endless urination is an abnormal symptom of incomplete or dripping urine. It is a common urinary abnormality in the early stages of prostatitis, and patients should not be negligent.
Weak urine: Weakness of urine is a slow and weak urine discharge of abnormal symptoms of urination. It is common in patients with chronic prostatitis. This is an early sign of prostatitis that is easily overlooked.
Split urine stream: Split urine stream is an abnormal urination symptom in which urine forms two or more streams at the urethral opening. It is also a typical manifestation of prostatitis voiding disorders.
Dysuria: Dysuria is an abnormal symptom in which urine cannot be discharged naturally, which makes the urination time longer, and even urine is discharged by drip, or it requires great effort to discharge the urine by holding the stomach, which causes great pain to the patient.
Urine drops white: Urine drops white is a prostate disease in which urine is cloudy or white rice swill. Patients should pay special attention and go to the hospital for examination and treatment.
In addition, patients with prostatitis have symptoms of urethra discomfort. It is manifested as the itching and pain of the urethra, and sometimes there is dribbling urination. The specific reason is that prostatitis, bacterial inflammation, or sterile inflammation will lead to prostate congestion, swelling, and compression of the prostate urethra in the prostate. So it leads to lower urinary tract symptoms like dribbling urination. 
In addition, there are some pelvic floor nerves around the prostate. These pelvic floor nerves govern men's penis, scrotum, and perianal and suprapubic bone. The urethra is also a projection area of these nerves that walk around the prostate, so when the prostate is inflamed, the urethra is also prone to pain and discomfort.
Some patients may have pain and discomfort in the abdomen, mild frequency of urination, urgent urination, and painful urine symptoms. There is generally no urethra discharge when this infection occurs, and there may be high fever, weakness, loss of appetite, and other symptoms.
Most patients with prostatitis will have difficulty urinating, frequent urination, urgent urination, and other symptoms. If the patient has a fever, they must be given antipyretic and analgesic medications, oral ibuprofen, or indomethacin suppositories. Prostatitis patients can do some physical therapy in their normal life. Usually, you can use hot water sitz baths. Hot water sitz baths can reduce local inflammation and promote absorption.
Since most organs in the human body are connected, if an organ is infected with inflammation, it is very likely to lead to infection of adjacent organs. If not controlled in time, it may even spread throughout the body. As seen above, prostatitis may lead to urinary tract infections. Therefore, it is recommended that patients should be treated in time if they have prostatitis.
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