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1 What is the prostate?
The prostate is a unique male sex gland organ, the size of a chestnut, the bottom is facing upwards, it is attached to the bladder and surrounds the urethra. The prostate secretes about 2 ml of prostatic fluid every day, which is the main component of semen; as an endocrine gland, the hormone secreted by the prostate is called "prostaglandin". The prostate is also involved in urination and ejaculation functions.
2 What are the common prostate diseases?
Prostatitis, prostate hyperplasia, prostate cancer.
3 What is prostatitis?
Prostatitis is an intricate pathological change involving inflammation, immunity, and neuroendocrine of the prostate caused by a variety of complex reasons and inducements, leading to diseases with urethral irritation and chronic pelvic pain as the main clinical manifestations.
4 What are the symptoms of prostatitis?
The clinical manifestations of prostatitis are diversified, including pain and discomfort in the perineum, suprapubic area, groin area, and genitals; urethral symptoms include burning sensation during urination, urgency, frequent urination, painful urination, and may be accompanied by hematuria or pus at the end of urination. Sexual secretions; acute infection can be accompanied by systemic symptoms such as chills, fever, fatigue, etc.; some can also affect sexual function.
5 Who are prone to get prostatitis?
Prostatitis usually occurs in young adults. About 50% of men will be affected by prostatitis at some time in their lives. Although it is not a directly life-threatening disease, it seriously affects the quality of life of patients.
6 What are the common types of prostatitis?
Acute bacterial prostatitis, chronic bacterial prostatitis, chronic non-bacterial prostatitis), prostate pain.
7 What should I do if I have prostatitis?
① Go to a regular hospital for systematic examination: routine urine examination, prostatic fluid microscopy, B-ultrasound, etc.
②Go to a regular hospital for comprehensive treatment.
Prostatitis should be treated with comprehensive treatment: broad-spectrum antibiotics (available for bacteria), the course of treatment is 4 to 6 weeks, alpha-receptor blockers improve urination symptoms and pain, botanical preparations, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory analgesics, M-receptor blockers, others: such as physical therapy, hyperthermia, biofeedback and other auxiliary treatments.
8 What is the life prescription for prostatitis?
Patients should conduct psychological counseling by themselves, maintain a cheerful and optimistic attitude towards life, abstain from alcohol, avoid spicy foods; avoid holding back urine, sitting for long periods of time, riding bicycles and horseback riding for a long time, keep warm, and strengthen physical exercise.