Prostatitis can be divided into acute and chronic prostatitis according to its course and manifestations. During acute prostatitis, patients may manifest frequent urination, urgency, and pain in urination. They may experience dripping urine, terminal hematuria, and pain in the perineum, as well as radiation to the perineum, lumbosacral, or thigh. They may experience symptoms such as high fever, chills, headaches, general pain, fatigue, and loss of appetite.
The symptoms of chronic prostatitis vary in severity, with mild to asymptomatic symptoms. However, most patients can see pain or discomfort in the perineum or rectum. Pain can radiate to the lumbosacral region or to the pubic bone, testicles, groin, etc. It can have symptoms such as discomfort in urination, burning sensation in urination, and often milky white secretion at the urethral orifice.
Tomato: Tomato has the effects of hemostasis, hypotension, diuresis, strengthening the stomach and digestion, promoting secretion and thirst, clearing heat and detoxification, cooling blood and calming the liver. Due to the appropriate proportion of vitamin A and vitamin C in tomatoes, regular consumption can enhance the function of small blood vessels and prevent vascular aging. Flavonoids in tomatoes can not only reduce the permeability of capillaries and prevent their rupture, but also prevent vascular sclerosis. They can prevent cervical cancer, bladder cancer, pancreatic cancer and other diseases.
Apples: The polyphenols in apples can inhibit the proliferation of cancer cells. Eating 3-5 apples a day or regularly drinking apple juice with a high concentration can improve the antibacterial and bactericidal abilities of the prostate, and help prevent and treat prostatitis. On the premise of ensuring the safety of pesticide residues in the peel, it is recommended to eat apples with the peel, as its antioxidant and cancer inhibiting effects are far higher than those of the pulp.
Pear: Pears are not only rich in a variety of amino acids, vitamins, minerals, organic acids, and other nutrients, but also have a relatively low sugar content. After consumption, they not only help gastrointestinal digestion, but also can reduce blood lipids.