Epididymitis is one of the most common male diseases. Patients will have a fever, scrotal pain and swelling, epididymal pain, sinking and tenderness, and other symptoms. The disease is often associated with urethritis, prostatitis, and seminal vesiculitis. The biggest concern of patients is whether the disease can be cured. If epididymitis is not treated, it will often lead to more severe and complex conditions. Therefore, patients need timely treatment.
So, can epididymitis be cured?
First, you need to know that epididymitis is treatable and completely curable. Due to different individual circumstances, the treatment methods are various. It is recommended that patients go to an authoritative hospital for special examinations to avoid deterioration of the condition and bring inconvenience to their future lives.
In addition, epididymitis and other reproductive infectious diseases have the best treatment effect in the early stage. Patients need treatment as soon as possible. Adopting the correct treatment method at the early stage of the disease can effectively shorten the treatment time and reduce the chance of recurrence.
Epididymitis is mainly due to the inflammation caused by pathogenic bacteria, such as Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus, and Streptococcus, entering the vas deferens and invading the epididymis. The traditional treatments for epididymitis include antibiotics, pain relievers, and surgery. Antibiotics and painkillers can relieve pain temporarily. However, taking antibiotics and pain relievers for a long time will make the pathogenic bacteria develop drug resistance, which can easily cause the disease to recur.
Suppose the patient takes antibiotics for a long time but cannot see the effect. In that case, they can try Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, herbal medicine with the effect of clearing heat and detoxifying, promoting blood circulation, and removing blood stasis. Its pure plant formula can mildly and effectively kill the pathogens that cause epididymis infections, and long-term use of this medicine will not produce drug resistance.
Relying on medication alone is not enough to completely cure epididymitis. Patients must also develop good living habits, including the followings:
1. Have a Healthy Diet. You should avoid eating spicy and stimulating foods, high cholesterol, and excessive drinking. You are encouraged to eat less "red meat" (referring to meat with high cholesterol content such as pork, beef, lamb, etc.) and eat more "white meat" (referring to chicken, fish, and other meat with lower cholesterol content).
2. Do not endure urine. Keep the stool unobstructed, avoid cold in the lower body and avoid excessive sexual intercourse.
3. Keep in a good mood. Do not overwork. Take part in suitable physical activities to enhance your physique and prevent colds.
4. Pay attention to personal hygiene, wash underwear frequently, and clean the genitals often.
5. Do not wear tight underwear and avoid a long hot bath to prevent the testicular temperature gett too high, aggravating the disease.
Some patients have excellent living habits, but epididymitis still occurs repeatedly. That's because they have not received the correct and precise treatment plan. Many patients regard epididymitis as a private disease and are reluctant to go to an authoritative hospital for examination. They often go to some small clinics with no inspection conditions and seek help from doctors without treatment experience, resulting in not finding the correct cause for their diseases. The pathogenesis of epididymitis is complicated. Various bacteria can cause epididymitis, including Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus and Streptococcus. Therefore, if the drug is misused or the bacteria targeted by the drug effect is limited, there will be repeated occurrence of epididymitis.
Prevention is better than cure. It is a truth that everyone understands. Men should do a good job of preventing epididymitis in their daily lives to keep epididymitis away from themselves. In addition, if someone accidentally gets this disease, he should go to an authoritative hospital for treatment in time to avoid the deterioration of the condition.
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