What are the symptoms of male urinary system infection? Which common diseases are caused by urinary system infection
We don't know about urinary infection. Now there are more and more people with urinary infection, and more and more people pay attention to it. Urinary infection diseases are mainly manifested as frequent urination, urgency, pain in urination, endless urination, frequent urination at night, red and swollen urethra and other symptoms, seriously disturbing people's healthy life. Without timely diagnosis and treatment, the disease spreads in the body and endangers health.
Specific manifestations of male urinary infection:
1. Urethritis and cystitis
One of the symptoms of urinary system infection. Almost all kinds of infection sources can cause lower urinary tract infection, but bacterial infection is the most common. Generally, urethritis is divided into gonococcal and non-gonococcal.
One of the symptoms of urinary system infection. Chronic bacterial prostatitis is the most common cause of recurrent urethral infection in men. This disease is usually caused by gram-negative bacteria, and the most important is Escherichia coli (about 80% of patients are caused by this bacteria). Other pathogens include Klebsiella, Proteus mirabilis, Pseudomonas and Enterobacteriaceae. Chronic bacterial prostatitis can have symptoms such as lower back pain, pudendal pain or continuous urination. These symptoms only occur when the condition is aggravated (such as cystitis or prostate obstruction). For example, acute bacterial prostatitis can cause fever, testicular tremor, pudendal pain, dysuria, frequent urination, urgency, rectal confusion and other symptoms.
One of the symptoms of urinary system infection. Testitis is quite rare, and its transmission routes include blood, lymph and direct spread. Any infected blood will cause acute inflammation of the testis. Among them, epidemic mumps orchitis is the most common. It is caused by downward infection, and the mumps virus is discharged from the patient's urine. About 20% of the patients suffering from parotitis after puberty are accompanied by orchitis, of which about 1/4 is bilateral orchitis. The main symptoms of orchitis are testicular swelling, pain, fever and cold. When men suffer from acute orchitis, they may have difficulties in sexual intercourse, because the blood vessel congestion caused by excitement may cause inflammatory testicular pain, and the pressure generated during sexual intercourse, as well as the rotation and elevation of testicles, may also cause pain.
4. Prepuce balanitis
One of the symptoms of urinary system infection. Clinically common prepuce balanitis has the following symptoms: (1) acute superficial prepuce balanitis initially becomes red locally, the penis skin becomes red and swollen, and the glans feels hot and itchy. Opening the foreskin, we can see that the inner surface of the foreskin and the glans are congested and erosive, there is exudate, and even bleeding. After secondary infection, small ulcers and malodorous milky purulent secretion can be seen. Friction with underwear will cause pain, and patients often have difficulty moving. It may be accompanied by swelling and tenderness of inguinal lymph nodes. (2) Annular ulcerative prepuce balanitis can be seen on the glans and prepuce with erythema, which gradually expands to form a ring, forming a superficial ulcer surface. (3) Erythema can be seen in the foreskin and glans of Candida albicans prepuce balanitis. The surface is smooth and there are herpes. The edge of the erythema is clear. There is erosion and exudation in the acute attack. (4) There are papules and erythema on the glans of trichomonal prepuce balanitis, which gradually expand and have clear edges. The erythema can be seen with small blisters of the size of needles, and finally form an erosive surface.