Prostate Inflammation> is a disease that mainly affects men between the ages of twenty and fifty-five. The older a man is, the greater the risk of prostatitis.
With primary prostatitis, gland functions are activated. With the onset of inflammation, tissue regeneration occurs.
Let's talk in more detail about the first signs of prostatitis in men and treatment.
How to identify?The onset of prostatitis is rarely clear, as it is sometimes asymptomatic and its symptoms are individual to each patient and change over time.
These functions include:
- A man has little difficulty urinating in the toilet. The gland gradually expands, the urinary tract contracts.
- The patient loses interest in sex. Difficulties in stimulating the penis increase when you try to have sex. Orgasm is achieved with difficulty, or weak, or disappears completely.
- Burning in the urethra, itching in the perineum.
- I often want to urinate, but a drop comes out.
- Sperm come out quickly during intercourse with minimal pleasure.
- General fatigue, depression, irritability, aggression, increased stress.
A man faces weakness, his ability to work decreases.
The noise in my ears is hitting my head.
In the morning, a person feels overwhelmed, loses initiative in life.
At the same time, at night, sometimes prolonged erections and painful ejaculation occur spontaneously, not related to sex.
Observing these phenomena, the patient calms down, believing that he is well with the power, the problems, in his opinion, are related to the partner, their relationship. He suffers from depression, which worsens the development of the disease.
The first signs of prostatitis in a man
There is a clear difficulty for the doctor and the patient to relate these symptoms to prostate disease. They can be caused by the stress experienced (especially if there are reasons), with a conflict in personal life.
They are more confidently associated with primary prostatitis if other symptoms follow:
- The patient feels pain in the groin, eggs, perineum, back. With prostatitis, frequent urination, especially at night, this procedure is more and more painful, the result of attempts to empty the bladder is less and less important.
- The discharge of mucus from the urethra begins.
The symptoms of the first prostatitis increase slowly for a year, two, three. Worst of all, they have the character of a chain reaction: due to the development of negative phenomena in the prostate gland, a man not only does not find satisfaction, but also can not satisfy his sexual partner.
Because of this, sexual intercourse becomes less frequent, which causes stagnation of blood circulation in the pelvic area. Such stagnation, in turn, is one of the causes of prostatitis.
Acute prostatitis differs in symptoms from chronic.
- The temperature sometimes rises to 38-39 degrees for no apparent reason, with parenchymal prostatitis - up to 40 ° C.
- Dysuria reaches the point where he can not urinate.
- The pain in the perineum becomes particularly intense.
- The patient suffers from chills, experiences nausea before vomiting.
- I have a problem with defecation.
What to do?
In chronic inflammation, the pain is mild, appears and recedes periodically in the perineum, is administered to the lower back. Excessive sweating, especially in the perineum.
Sexual dysfunction becomes permanent. Instead of urine for prostatitis in the morning, prostate secretion is secreted. Pain is mainly pain, it spreads to the sanctuary, the suprapubic, the rectum, the penis.
The rate of development of sexual disorders depends on the degree of participation in the process of pathology of the tuberculous sperm, the seminal vesicles located next to the prostate. With a long course of the early stage of prostatitis in men, the intensity of sex hormone production decreases.
Young men in such cases often panic and fear sexual intercourse. The fear of "humiliation", not being able to perform the necessary actions with a partner leads to nervousness, which further worsens sexual function.
Sexual dysfunction occurs when there is too much female hormone in a man's body, a lack of male hormones. They can also be the result of latent asymptomatic inflammation of the prostate, which has not been previously identified. Their development sometimes leads to male infertility.
If you find the first signs of prostatitis, what to do? When these signs appear, you should make an appointment with a urologist, who will send the patient for tests, based on his results, to diagnose (or not) the disease, its type.Determining the etiology of prostatitis: bacterial or not is also of paramount importance in choosing the treatment method. Treating non-infectious prostatitis with antibiotics, for example, is not only useless, but also very harmful to the body.
First aid for prostatitis will be provided by a doctor. Aims to restore normal urination with prostatitis. To do this, it is necessary to urgently reduce the size of the prostate, which compresses the urethra and prevents urine from escaping.
Relaxation of the gland muscle can be achieved, for example, by massaging the prostate.
Prostate massage is a procedure that requires special skills of a masseur.
Performing by an amateur is fraught with serious complications, irreversible damage to internal organs.
For the treatment of bacterial prostatitis, a number of antibiotics, anal suppositories, are prescribed. It should be understood that harmful microorganisms can not be eliminated with folk remedies, exercise, natural procedures and diet.
These methods will help or be necessary during the recession.
At the same time, for the treatment of bacterial prostatitis, their combination may be sufficient for complete treatment without "chemistry", ie drugs. It all depends on the stage of the disease, the individual characteristics of the patient's body, the experience of the doctor.
If the disease has left the stage of deterioration, there is no more infection, the patient should be treated as soon as possible:
- Start a normal sex life as soon as possible.
- Eliminate bad habits. Eat a diet for patients with prostatitis.
- move more, play sports. Perform special exercises for men.
What other diseases are there with these symptoms?
The symptoms described are not necessarily indicative of prostatitis. They also accompany kidney diseases, urethral infections, venereal diseases and other diseases.
Urethritis is the most common male disease. It is an infection in the urethra caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi. They are infected mainly through sexual contact.
Sometimes an infection waits for a convenient time in the body and manifests itself when the immune system is weakened. The reasons for the reduction are the same as those that cause non-bacterial prostatitis: hypothermia, bad habits, chaotic sexual behavior, abuse of sour, spicy, salty foods, stress, physical activity.
What exactly is inflammation: the prostate or urethra (or both) will show up with examinations, ultrasound examination. Based on the doctor will give a diagnosis.
Now you know about the first symptoms of prostatitis in men and its treatment. As with any disease, the sooner prostatitis is diagnosed, the sooner you will cure it.
Neglecting the first signs of prostatitis and treatment brings superficial patients to the surgeon's table. Better to take action in time.