Because of the special location of the prostate - the deepest part of the pelvis, it is difficult to understand its "true face of Lushan Mountain". Fortunately, there is a "stream" flowing through it, which transmits the information of whether the prostate is "sick", which is urination. In fact, the main symptoms of most prostate diseases are concentrated in urination.
Urine is easy to "rush out"
If you have such experience: when you work in the daytime, you always have to go to the bathroom to urinate frequently, and you can't wait to "squat" in the bathroom. I always have to get up and urinate when I sleep at night. I have to toss and turn seven or eight times every night, even I can't sleep all night. That doesn't count. Sometimes when you want to urinate, you must go to the bathroom immediately. A little slower, the urine will "rush out", and sometimes it will be accompanied by colic in the lower abdomen and burning pain in the urethra. At this time, we should consider whether it is prostate disease.
For patients with BPH, stimulation symptoms often appear earlier, especially increased nocturnal urine, which is often the earliest manifestation of BPH. The occurrence of urination problems in patients with prostate disease is gradual. The initial manifestations are irritating symptoms of lower urinary tract: frequent urination, urgency, pain in urination, and urgent urinary incontinence.
Correct urination is good for prostate health
As men get older, they will worry more and more about the prostate. Research shows that the correct way of urination can help reduce the risk of prostatitis.
First of all, men must stand and urinate, which is determined by their physiological structure. The male urethra is an S shape. When standing, urine can flow out naturally under the influence of gravity. When squatting and sitting for urination, the urethra will become a barb shape, and will also be oppressed, resulting in pelvic congestion, and urine is difficult to excrete. Over time, inflammation or other health problems may occur in the bladder and urethra.
Secondly, after urination, men should not rush back to their seats, but should stand and move for 3-5 minutes before sitting down. This is because after male urination, the internal and external sphincters of the urethra will close, making the urethra of the prostate form a closed cavity. If you sit down immediately at this time, you will increase the abdominal pressure, and the pressure in the closed cavity will also increase. First, it will cause residual urine reflux, and the bacteria in the urethra will have an opportunity to induce chronic prostatitis. The second is to aggravate the original prostate disease, which will aggravate the symptoms of bladder outlet obstruction for a long time.