The problem of male sexual function is a condition that makes men turn pale. Many prostatitis patients are suffering from sexual function damage. How does prostatitis affect male sexual function?
Male sexual function is completed by male sexual organs, and prostatitis will not cause damage to male sexual organs. But male sexual transmission is regulated by nerves. Prostatitis affects not male sexual organs, but male sexual nerve conduction.
Most of the patients we met had symptoms of premature ejaculation. Many men think this is a problem of male function, and have been focusing on restoring sexual function during the treatment. So this is why many patients with prostatitis have chosen the treatment method based on therapeutic function to solve their own problems, rather than the treatment of prostatitis.
However, avoiding the treatment of prostatitis and improving male function will not help the patients with prostatitis. Such treatment is the opposite. Because the transmission of sexual stimulation is from the nerve on the sexual organ to the ganglion in the prostate, and then to the male brain. After the problem of prostate, the ganglia were damaged and the transmission of sexual stimulation was faulty. Some patients have problems with nerve conduction after sexual nerve conduction is damaged, and ejaculate before reaching the peak of sexual threshold. This is premature ejaculation caused by lax closing of ejaculation valve.
Other patients have erectile problems, which is also caused by problems in sexual nerve conduction. There are also patients who have no sexual desire during treatment, which is also caused by problems in sexual nerve conduction. The patients with this problem are different from the previous patients. This kind of patients is because prostatitis affects the transmission of sexual nerve, leading to lower male sexual threshold. Because after the sexual threshold is lowered, men tend to reach the threshold easily, which will keep the patients in sexual impulse. This is also one of the reasons for abnormal erections. A very small stimulus caused by the lower threshold will make the patient erect, and this stimulus cannot cause the patient to erect when the patient is not ill. Therefore, such erections are abnormal, called abnormal erections. Such patients often have erections due to various minimal stimuli, and the sexual nerve is always tight. If the nerve conduction is not repaired, the symptoms cannot be eliminated.
For the treatment of abnormal erections, it is necessary to repair the male sexual nerve, so that the patient's threshold will return to normal due to the repair of the nerve, so that the condition that can easily stimulate the patient can no longer reach the threshold to cause erections. Moreover, because of long-term abnormal erections, the patient's nerves are very tired. During the treatment, the threshold increases, and the patient shows no sexual desire. With the follow-up of the later treatment, the tired nerves slowly return to normal, and the sexual desire will gradually recover.
The root cause of male sexual dysfunction caused by prostatitis is the problem caused by prostate stiffness and sclerosis and nerve damage. If the nerve is not fundamentally repaired, treatment will not improve the patient's problems. Only by starting from the cause of disease and repairing nerve conduction can we really improve the problem.