Prostatitis is generally divided into chronic and acute types, which can also be subdivided into bacterial and non bacterial prostatitis, with different characteristics and symptoms. The most common type is chronic prostatitis. Although there are no obvious acute symptoms, chronic prostatitis is difficult to cure and can easily cause complications. Therefore, correct treatment must be adopted. Prostatitis can be accompanied by symptoms such as urgency to urinate, pain in urination, high fever, pelvic pain, burning sensation of the urethra, traction pain in the perineum, and increased nocturia. Let's introduce the manifestations of prostatitis again.
1. Inadequate urination
Urinary insufficiency is a typical symptom of prostatitis, which also indicates the occurrence of early prostatitis.
2. Urinary bifurcations
Bifurcation refers to the separation of urine into two or several streams during excretion, which is caused by the adhesion of urethral secretions caused by prostatitis to the urethral orifice.
3. Urinary weakness
Urinary weakness is also an early symptom of prostatitis. It is easy for patients to ignore this symptom and assume it is not a major problem. In fact, urine weakness is a disease that most patients with chronic prostatitis are prone to.
4. Difficulty urinating
"Due to the inability of urine to be naturally excreted, even by intravenous drip, it requires a great deal of effort to excrete urine, or to urinate for a longer period of time, which can cause great pain to patients.".
5. Sexual dysfunction
Prostatitis patients may experience sexual dysfunction such as ejaculation pain and premature ejaculation, and may develop into a series of diseases such as premature ejaculation and fistula.
6. Frequent urination, urgency, and pain in urination
Patients also experience frequent urination, urgency, pain in urination, and bladder pricking pain. There is mucus or purulent secretion at the urethral orifice during defecation or before early morning urination, which can also cause hematuria.
7. Pudendal and urethral distension
The patient often feels very distended and painful when defecating, squatting, and sitting for a long time, and often experiences discomfort of falling and swelling in the perineum, posterior urethra, and anus.
If you find any of the above discomfort, you should consult a doctor as soon as possible to promptly detect the disease and treat it as soon as possible.