Andrology | After prostatitis is cured, can you just pop it up as you please?
Prostatitis is the most common and frequently occurring disease in men. Experts point out that the pathogen has not been completely eliminated after treating prostatitis, indicating that the damaged tissue has not been fully repaired and the patient is still in a sub healthy state. Health care during rehabilitation is crucial.
Key points for health care after prostatitis:
1. Avoid long-term use of antibacterial drugs
Many cured prostatitis patients adopt empirical long-term antibacterial drugs for consolidation treatment in order to prevent the re infection of pathogens. This is an incorrect method, which not only fails to provide health care for the recovered prostatitis patients, but may also lead to adverse consequences such as drug resistance.
2. Mastering effective daily health measures
After the treatment of prostatitis, patients need to strengthen health measures in the short term to achieve the effect of consolidating treatment. There are four main methods:
Daily hygiene of the perineum to ensure local dryness and cleanliness;
Appropriate physical exercise to enhance the body's resistance and avoid excessive fatigue;
Regularly engage in sexual activity under the protection of sterile penile condoms;
Strengthen nutrition to improve body health.
How to deal with recurrent attacks of prostatitis
The main characteristics of prostatitis are difficult to cure and easy to recur. How should patients handle recurrent episodes of prostatitis?
Firstly, after prostatitis is cured, it only briefly eliminates the pathogen, which does not mean that the infected prostate tissue damage has been completely repaired. Therefore, maintenance for a period of time after cure is very important. A slight carelessness can cause a secondary infection, causing obvious congestion of the prostate, and causing prostatitis to appear in your life again. This is particularly important to prevent the recurrence of prostatitis.
Newly cured prostatitis patients should not sit still for a long time, let alone stay up late. Sitting for a long time can easily cause congestion in the perineum and pelvic cavity, leading to a recurrence of prostatitis. Staying up late can lead to a decrease in resistance and a recurrence of inflammation. Avoid spicy foods as they can also dilate blood vessels and increase their permeability.
Patients with initially cured prostatitis should pay attention to the arrangement of sexual life, not to prohibit or over frequent. Moderate sexual life is still helpful for the recovery of prostatitis. Regular discharge of semen can alleviate the fullness of the prostate, promote the continuous renewal of prostatic fluid, and help the recovery of the prostate. But being too frequent can backfire. The mentality of preventing the recurrence of prostatitis is also important, so it is important to relax and have a correct understanding of prostatitis. Do not ignore prostatitis or excessively expand it, and make a correct balance. Do not suffer from depression or anxiety for this, as it will not be worth the loss.