How Does Chronic Prostatitis Cause Sexual Dysfunction?

The main symptoms of chronic prostatitis patients are frequent urination, urgent urination, urodynia, burning sensation in the urethra, dysuria, discomfort or pain in the perineum and testicle, and white drip in the tip of urethra.
The clinical performance of each patient is not the same. Whether chronic prostatitis can cause sexual desire to decline or even sexual dysfunction depends on the mental state of the patients and the pathological changes of condition.
The role of the prostate in male reproductive activities is mainly to secrete prostate fluid, which affects the quality of sperm and ejaculation process, but not the sexual function itself. For example, some patients with prostatectomy can still have a normal sexual life.
However, in real life, the sexual dysfunction of chronic prostatitis patients is indeed more common, such as hyposexual desire, premature ejaculation, impotence, and so on. In the early stage of the disease, patients often suffer from hyposexuality, which is mainly related to mental tension, increased psychological burden, depression, and so on.

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