Inflammation of the prostate leads to a number of disorders in the body. The prostate is involved in the production of sperm, improves the work of the hormone testosterone, controls the portioned urine output and promotes sexual pleasure. Signs of prostatitis in men appear unexpectedly and are characterized by features depending on the form of the disease.
Primary signs of illness
Many urologists cite various causes of prostatitis (hypothermia, bad habits, hypodynamia, abstinence from sex, promiscuity and promiscuity of intimate relationships, etc. ). The first signs of prostatitis include symptoms that are purely individual for each patient.
In some men, the first sign of prostatitis can be pain - the groin, lower abdomen, sacrum, and intercourse can be uncomfortable. Some patients associate this symptom with abstinence and do not pay attention to it. The pain syndrome varies in intensity and duration. It usually goes away on its own without taking any medication.
Other men have the signs and symptoms of prostatitis while urinating. There is a burning sensation, incomplete emptying of the bladder, a constant need to urinate, pain and difficulty in passing urine, and tension in the sphincter area.
Sometimes the first symptoms of prostatitis are associated with anatomical narrowing of the urinary tract and permanent trauma to the prostate.
Additional primary symptoms of prostatitis are: apathy, increased irritability and fatigue, physical impotence, discharge from the urethra, mucus in the urine, defecation disorders, rectal discomfort, rapid ejaculation, an erection that cannot be controlled.
Some patients with onset of acute prostatitis report symptoms such as fever and bloody droplets in the semen.
Often times, the first signs and symptoms of prostatitis in men are mild and they pay little attention until the process becomes chronic. A man may be advised to monitor his health. If he has at least one of the main symptoms listed above, see a urologist to avoid complications.
The main symptoms of prostatitis
Depending on the type of illness, the signs of prostatitis differ from one another. For example, acute bacterial prostatitis in men is characterized by symptoms such as: febrile illness with chills, pain in the lower back, discomfort in the perineum and in the prostate.
What are the other signs of acute prostatitis in men? - I want to urinate often, but at the same time there is always a feeling of overflowing the bladder, there is a stretchy urethral discharge. Ejaculation is very painful, especially in the morning, libido decreases, and body poisoning can occur.
Signs of acute prostatitis in men include drowsiness, weakness, unwillingness to do business, and painful bowel movements. With an acute form and all of the above signs of prostatitis, it is worth going to the hospital, getting examined and treated so that the process does not move to the chronic stage.
The symptoms of acute bacterial prostatitis in the clinic are different: they can appear suddenly and disappear immediately and then manifest as a chronic course. Here there is a decrease in libido, an increase or decrease in sexual intercourse, an ejaculation in advance, a loss of body tone, a secretion of the prostate secretion during stool.
Congestive prostatitis can be characterized by symptoms such as a lack of libido, difficulty ejaculating, yellow discharge from the urethra, pain in the groin and lower abdomen, and increased urination. These symptoms in prostatitis indicate the beginning of a chronic process that needs immediate response.
The chronic process, according to its characteristics, completely repeats all of the above characteristics of the disease and always follows the acute process. This can be the result of catheterization, trauma to the genitourinary system, and other infections of the body.
signs of relapse
Inflammation of the prostate tissue contributes to its enlargement, causing it to block the urinary tract, and the signs of prostatitis in men are the difficulty and pain of urinating, which is the main symptom of exacerbation of prostatitis. This happens due to a number of provoking factors - unhealthy preferences, unbalanced diet, excessive physical exertion, decreased immunity, poor hygiene, new parts of microbes, etc.
Signs of worsening prostatitis may begin with sexual dysfunction of another plan, the appearance of stretch threads and a burning sensation in the groin when urinating, frequent nocturnal urination, and low temperatures at different times of the day. The discomfort with bowel movements can trigger the appearance of hemorrhoids.
The above signs are similar to chronic bacterial prostatitis. Treat symptoms of prostate disease, preferably as soon as possible, by contacting a urologist and undergoing the necessary therapy.