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Tips: early prostate disease can cause frequent urination, urgency, incomplete urine, weak urination, pain or incontinence. If men find these suspected symptoms, they should go to the hospital for examination and treatment as soon as possible, and do not delay time. They should exercise regularly at ordinary times, improve their disease resistance ability, develop a good life rule, and eat more fresh vegetables and fruits.
Prostatitis is a prostate disease caused by a variety of complex causes, with urethral irritation symptoms and chronic pelvic pain as the main clinical manifestations. Prostatitis is a common disease in urology, which is the first in male patients under 50 years old. Although the incidence rate of prostatitis is very high, the etiology is still not very clear, especially the non bacterial prostatitis, so its treatment is mainly to improve symptoms. In 1995, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) developed a new classification of prostatitis, type I: equivalent to the traditional classification of acute bacterial prostatitis, type II: equivalent to the traditional classification of chronic bacterial prostatitis, type III: chronic prostatitis / chronic pelvic pain syndrome, type IV: asymptomatic prostatitis. Non bacterial prostatitis is more common than bacterial prostatitis.
In 1995, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) developed a new classification of prostatitis, which divided prostatitis into four types: I, II, III, IV. type III was also divided into two subtypes A and B.
Acute bacterial prostatitis type I
Definition: symptoms of acute bacterial prostatic infection: chills, fever, general pain, fatigue, perineum and low back pain, frequent urination, burning and ejaculatory pain, rare hematuria, and good response to antibiotics therapy.
Chronic bacterial prostatitis type II
Definition: low, recurrent or persistent bacterial prostatic infection symptoms: similar to type I, but less severe, more common than type I. Antibiotic treatment is effective, but the infection is more persistent and requires multiple courses of treatment.
Type III chronic abacterial prostatitis or chronic pelvic pain syndrome (divided into AB subtype) IIIA (inflammatory type): white blood cells in urine or prostatic fluid; IIIB (non inflammatory type): no white blood cells in urine or prostatic fluid.