Prostatitis is one of the most common male diseases, which has a considerable impact on the health of patients. We must find and treat it in time. Generally, there will be some obvious symptoms. After understanding these, we can get effective treatment at the first time. So, what are the common symptoms of prostatitis?
Common symptoms of prostatitis
1. Local symptoms
Chronic bacterial prostatitis can cause some local symptoms, such as discomfort in the posterior urethra, perineum and anus, heavy pressure or fullness, especially when squatting or defecating.
2. Urination discomfort
Chronic bacterial prostatitis can cause discomfort in urination, which can lead to frequent urination, urethral burning pain, and pain can radiate to the head; In the morning, there is mucus, mucus and pus secretion at the urethral orifice, and urine is turbid or white after defecation; In severe cases, terminal hematuria, dysuria or urinary retention may occur.
3. Sexual dysfunction
The doctor said that chronic bacterial prostatitis can cause sexual dysfunction, which is due to the long duration of the disease and the high mental pressure of patients. Some patients may have decreased or disappeared libido, ejaculation pain, blood sperm, premature ejaculation, impotence, ejaculation and infertility.
4. Radiation pain
Chronic bacterial prostatitis can cause radiative pain in men, because the prostate or seminal vesicle is rich in sympathetic innervation. When inflammation occurs, the internal tension of the gland increases, which can stimulate the sympathetic nerve to cause metastatic low back pain. The pain can radiate to, testis, scrotum, groin, perineum, lower abdomen, thigh, buttock, rectum, etc. It shows dull pain or falling pain.
Experts also said that chronic prostatitis can be complicated with neurosis, manifested as fatigue, dizziness, insomnia and depression.