With the coming of summer, the temperature is gradually rising. When many people are complaining about the hot weather, many patients with chronic prostatitis are smiling - the annoying "frequent urination", "urgent urination", "pain urination" and other symptoms have been significantly reduced. Is prostatitis miraculously "cured without treatment"? In fact, this is just an illusion!
Experts pointed out that the clinical symptoms of chronic prostatitis were alleviated when the summer came, which was the illusion brought by the weather to men.
Because of the high temperature in summer, it can activate the nerve regulatory nerve center function, make the peripheral nerve compressed by the enlargement of the prostate return to normal, effectively relieve the male physiological dysfunction caused by the prostate disease, unblock the blocked prostate gland, eliminate the clinical symptoms such as perineal distension, frequent urination, urgency of urination, painful urination, and testicular distension, and accelerate the human blood circulation, strong cell regeneration ability, small pain, and easy to recover, So for prostatitis patients, summer is the golden season for treatment.
In hot summer, the secretion of sweat glands increases, and the number of urine decreases naturally. In addition, the warm climate can relax the focus muscle, expand blood vessels, and accelerate blood circulation, which can relieve the edema and congestion of the prostate, and temporarily open the urethra. However, once the weather turns cool, it will immediately return to its original state.
The etiology of chronic prostatitis is complex, and the performance of patients is also different. Some patients have obvious clinical symptoms such as frequent urination, urgency, pain in urination, waiting for urination, incomplete urination or local pain, but all laboratory indicators are normal. Some patients have abnormal white blood cells, lecithin and other laboratory indicators, but no obvious symptoms. Therefore, the treatment of prostatitis should also vary from person to person.
If the disease is diagnosed only by laboratory indicators and the symptoms are not eliminated, such treatment is undoubtedly meaningless. However, some patients discontinue treatment as soon as their clinical symptoms are relieved, and do not adhere to the full course treatment, which not only causes the recurrence of old diseases, but also artificially increases the difficulty of treatment. For the treatment of prostatitis, only when the symptoms completely disappear and all the laboratory indicators are normal can it be said that the disease is really cured.