Management of Prostatitis
By Dr. Ming In Prostatitis Comments(0)
Prostatitis refers to a variety of complex causes caused by urethral irritation symptoms and chronic pelvic pain as the main clinical manifestation of prostate disease. Prostatitis is a common disease in urology, which is the first disease among men under 50 years of age .Although the incidence of prostatitis is very high, but the etiology is still not very clear, especially the non- bacterial prostatitis, so its treatment is focused on improving symptoms.
Treatment policy: to determine the type of disease, then choose treatment for the etiology.
1, keep the Rule of life, regular lifestyle and adhere to appropriate physical exercise, which can not only improve blood circulation, promote the secretion of prostate fluid and the bacterial toxin diluted, but also can help drug absorption, enhance resistance.
2, control the frequency of masturbation, regular life can achieve the purpose of alleviating the congestion of the prostate, conducive to the health of the prostate. Keep external genitalia and perineum clean to prevent infection.
The first is to conduct a clinical assessment to determine the type of disease and the choice of treatment for the etiology. The wrong understanding of the disease, unnecessary anxiety and excessive abstinence can aggravate the symptoms, so the patient should be relieved of his thought anxiety.
Antibacterial treatment: it found that pathogenic pathogen is the basis of choice of antimicrobial treatment according to prostate fluid culture, the preferred quinolones such as Nanke Pill.
Symptomatic treatment: anti-inflammatory and analgesic.
Physical Therapy: Prostate massage, hot water bath, microwave and so on.
M receptor antagonist: it is suitable for patients with overactive bladder function, such as acute urination, frequent urination, increased nocturnal urine, but no urinary tract obstruction.
Α receptor antagonist: it can effectively improve prostate pain and urination symptoms and help to prevent urine in the prostate reflux.
Eat foods with high protein content.
Eat more food containing minerals such as iron, selenium and zinc.
Supplement Vitamin A, C and e appropriately.
Usually more water, more urination, through the urine often flush urethra, to help the secretion of prostate excretion, to facilitate the prevention of infection.
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