The prostate is an important glandular organ for men, which can control urination and ejaculation. The secreted prostate fluid is also an important part of semen. If there is something wrong, it will also affect the sexual life of men, as well as the sexual life and fertility between husband and wife. In real life, many men go to the hospital for examination because of physical discomfort, and are told by the doctor that it is prostatic hyperplasia with calcification. Because they usually don't know about this disease, or even haven't heard of it, they want to know what it means and what symptoms it has?
What is prostatic hyperplasia with calcification?
The so-called prostatic hyperplasia with calcification means that men have prostatic hyperplasia and there are calcium fossils in the prostate. Prostatic hyperplasia, presumably known to most male friends, is a benign prostatic disease, also known as prostatic hypertrophy. When a man reaches middle age, the prostate usually undergoes slow hyperplasia and becomes hypertrophy. At the same time, the blood vessels and glands in the prostate will also age, and the calcium in the tissue will also deposit to form calcification, namely prostate calcification. In other words, prostate calcification is the deposition of calcium in the prostate. It is a common benign calcification, often caused by inflammation or prostatic hyperplasia. Men with prostate calcification should not be taken lightly. They should be treated as soon as possible to prevent prostate calcification from further developing into prostate stones.
What are the symptoms of prostatic hyperplasia with calcification?
1. Difficulty in urination
Hyperplasia of prostate with calcification will stimulate the compression of the posterior urethra and bladder neck, and affect the patient's urination, for example, it will lead to urinary obstruction, resulting in frequent urination, urgency, endless urination, incontinence and even acute urinary retention.
Hyperplasia of prostate with calcification will cause dilation of blood vessels on the mucosal surface, and in severe cases, it will also lead to rupture, resulting in hematuria.
3. Decreased libido
Prostatic hyperplasia with calcification may make patients feel uncomfortable when they are in the same room. If the patient is in a bad state of mind and is too nervous, it may lead to decreased libido and disharmonious sexual life.
4. Other symptoms
Prostatic hyperplasia with calcification may also cause other symptoms, such as anorexia, nausea, vomiting, anemia, etc.
What should I pay attention to when prostate hyperplasia with calcification?
1. Patients should not be sedentary
Don't ride or ride for a long time. Exercise more and improve your physical fitness.
2. Don't stay up late often
Pay attention to rest, pay attention to cold prevention, do not catch a cold, and prevent repeated attacks of prostate disease.
3. Don't hold your urine
It causes difficulty in urination, so pay attention to suggest urination, do not hold urine, prevent urine retention, and make prostatitis more serious.
4. Don't eat spicy food
Don't drink, don't smoke, and preferably don't drink coffee. Drink some water to keep your bowels smooth. Eat more vegetables, fruits, bee pollen, and eat less meat and acidic food, because it causes acid fatigue and disease.
5. Use drugs with caution
Some drugs can aggravate dysuria, and can cause acute urinary retention in large doses, including atropine, belladonna tablets, ephedrine tablets, isopropyl adrenaline, etc.