For men, prostate disease is a common disease that they need to pay attention to and understand. There are many reasons for prostate disease, and if not treated in a timely manner, it may lead to the occurrence of prostate cancer. In daily life, many men fall into the trap of prostate disease, which is counterproductive.
What misconceptions are men most likely to fall into regarding prostate diseases? For most men, there are misconceptions about prostate disease, and these misconceptions can only worsen the condition, so everyone must take a closer look.
Myth 1: Believing that prostate disease can endure. Many patients with prostate diseases believe that the prostate is a small area, and prostate disease is also a minor problem that can be overcome by prolonged exposure. In fact, it is not the case. Clinical statistics indicate that so far, there has not been a case of prostate disease that has naturally healed.
Myth 2: Believing that as long as the bacteria are cleared, they can be cured. 80% of prostate disease patients always believe that prostate disease is a common inflammation, and they use antibiotics extensively. Although the test results show that the bacteria disappear, they will quickly relapse, always hovering between treatment, recurrence, re treatment, and re recurrence.
Myth 3: Believing that prostate disease is a "lifelong" disease. Due to the high incidence rate of prostate diseases, complex clinical symptoms, and the lack of accurate diagnostic ability of some informal medical institutions, the treatment and drugs are not targeted and can not reasonably treat patients, some patients lose confidence and believe that prostate diseases are "lifelong" diseases.
Mistake 4: Unregulated medical treatment and medication. Some chronic prostatitis patients who have been unable to recover for a long time often switch hospitals, take medication indiscriminately, and change treatment plans at will. This is actually not a wise move. Over time, it will only increase the psychological burden on patients and more easily cause mental pain.
Myth 5: Treating prostate disease as a sexually transmitted disease. Many patients mistakenly believe that they have a sexually transmitted disease when they notice frequent urination, urgency, white discharge from the urethral opening when they wake up in the morning, or when they experience erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, and lack of sexual desire during sexual activity. In addition, the abuse of antibiotics for self treatment accelerates the deterioration of the condition.