In recent years, there are many high school students aged 16 or 17 who have prostate problems. Frequent prostatitis has now become a hidden cause for high school students. It is understood that nowadays, in addition to 67-year-old patients seeking medical advice from the urology department of the hospital, students also appear. Prostatitis, which previously occurred most frequently in sexually active men aged 35 to 55, is now being sought out by high school students.
In response, andrology experts believe that there are more ways for adolescents to engage in sexual stimulation. They learn about sex through movies, pictures, and the Internet, causing sexual impulses. This younger type of sexual impulse often leads to frequent sexual excitement, leading to excessive genital congestion, and causing non bacterial prostatitis. In addition, due to the increase in love affairs among middle school students, many children often kiss, hug, and touch each other's bodies despite not actually having sex, and these behaviors can cause excessive impulse and sexual stimulation. Therefore, experts suggest that in addition to carefully selecting drugs, patients with this type of prostatitis also need to undergo sexual psychological counseling to help them properly channel adolescent sexual impulses.
Prostate disease has slowly infiltrated many people. And sexual stimulation has become a part of the cause. Therefore, in order to prevent prostate disease, it is best to avoid sexual stimulation as much as possible.