The prostate is a part of the male reproductive system. It is a nut-sized gland located below the bladder and in front of the rectum. Prostatitis is also a disease of andrology. It drains out of the body through the urethra, urine and semen. Its main function is to produce sperm and transport it to the urethra. What is prostatitis?
Symptoms and signs
Prostatitis can cause various symptoms, which vary from person to person. Some common symptoms include:
Discomfort, pain or pain is in your testis, the area on or between the scrotum and the return passage (perineum), or discomfort, pain or pain is in the lower area (lower part) of the stomach, abdomen, back or groin
Frequent urination or urgent need
In pain or tingling or urination
It feels like sitting on a golf ball
Desire without sex (lack of sexual desire)
Less common, or difficult to maintain erection (erectile dysfunction), ejaculation pain or burning process, and premature ejaculation.
Different types of prostatitis can also cause other symptoms. Acute bacterial prostatitis can cause pain in the muscles or joints of the pelvis, thigh and lower back. This may be serious, resulting in higher temperatures (fever, sweating, chills. Some people feel that they suddenly cannot have acute urinary retention (urination) - which requires immediate treatment in general hospitals.
Casein phosphopeptides (CPPs) in chronic pelvic pain syndrome usually cause pain in areas (areas) lower than your stomach, including the area between your testicular areas (perineum) and the return channel. These symptoms last for a long time. You may be diagnosed with CPPS symptoms if you have more than three in the past six months.