Many people know that sedentary may lead to prostate problems, but they ignore the resulting sexual dysfunction. Prostatitis and sexual dysfunction are two different kinds of diseases, but if they are not handled properly, they may occur at the same time. In recent years, the number of such patients has increased.
Prostate gland is a man's "troubled place", which is prone to inflammation. If you sit for a long time, it will delay the blood circulation, especially in the perineum, leading to chronic hyperemia of the perineum and prostate. If you do not change your sitting position for a long time, local metabolites will accumulate in a large amount, the prostate gland tube will be blocked, and the gland fluid will not be excreted smoothly, which may lead to chronic prostatitis. The survey found that among chronic prostatitis patients, drivers and office workers are at high risk, and the incidence of young and middle-aged people is increasing.
"Prolonged prostatitis may affect sexual function," Zhu Xuanwen said. Most patients with prostatitis have decreased sexual function in varying degrees. In the long-term course of disease diagnosis and treatment, it is found that prostatitis is one of the main causes of sexual dysfunction in patients.
The sexual dysfunction caused by prostatitis is multifaceted, such as low libido, premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction. For some patients, prostatitis can cause discomfort such as swelling and pain, especially chronic inflammation caused by mycoplasma and chlamydia infection, which can cause pain in the vagina, testis, anus and other places and ejaculation pain. Pain itself can cause physical discomfort and sexual dysfunction. There is also a psychological burden. After suffering from prostatitis, in addition to physical discomfort, many patients also inevitably carry psychological burden. In the long run, sexual function will also deteriorate.
Zhu Xuanwen said: "First of all, we should emphasize the correct treatment of prostatitis, and the sexual dysfunction will also improve after the improvement of symptoms." In addition, men should be aware of this phenomenon, and do not sit still for a long time at work, and change their posture for about half an hour, and get up and walk more.