Chronic diseases are more serious than acute diseases in terms of complexity and treatment (except for acute diseases leading to sudden death), and so is chronic prostatitis. Chronic prostatitis is complicated in the current medical treatment, and the effect is not immediate, so it needs long-term treatment. The symptoms of chronic prostatitis are also very diverse, such as frequent urination, urgency, pain, retention, etc. Some patients with severe prostatitis will also have foreign body secretion, urethral mouth adhesion, perineal and perianal lesions, premature ejaculation, impotence, hematospermia and other serious diseases. Therefore, when male friends find that they have symptoms of prostatitis, they should take immediate treatment measures.
What are the symptoms of chronic prostatitis? 6 major symptoms of prostatitis 1. Urinary discomfort: bladder irritation may occur, such as frequency of urination, urethral burning during urination, penis head pain and radiation. In the morning, there may be secretions such as mucus at the urethral orifice, and there may also be feeling of difficulty in urination. 2. Local symptoms: swelling and discomfort of the posterior urethra, perineum and anus, severe pain when squatting, defecating and sitting on a chair for a long time. 3. Radiation pain: The pain of chronic prostatitis is not only limited to the urethra and perineum, but also radiated to its vicinity. Lumbar pain is the most common. In addition, it can also involve penis, spermatic cord, testicular scrotum, lower abdomen, groin area (thigh root), thigh, rectum and other parts.
4. Sexual dysfunction: Chronic prostatitis can cause loss of libido, pain in ejaculation, premature ejaculation and other symptoms, and also affect the quality of semen. After urination or defecation, albinism of the urethral orifice can also occur, and hemospermia can occur in combination with seminal vesiculitis. 5. Other symptoms: chronic prostatitis can be combined with neurasthenia, manifested as fatigue, dizziness, insomnia, etc., and long-term persistent prostatitis can even cause allergic reactions, conjunctivitis, arthritis and other pathological changes. 6. The low back pain caused by chronic prostatitis is easily confused with the low back pain caused by orthopedics, such as myofascitis and lumbar muscle strain, but the latter is mostly near the lumbar belt, higher than the low back pain caused by prostatitis.