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Can More Urination Relieve Orchitis?

Orchitis is a prevalent male disease; it will seriously affect not only the normal life of the patient but also the patient's psychological obstacles. If the situation is severe, it may also cause male sperm quality, fertility, and other problems.

More Urination Relieve Orchitis

Because orchitis often causes painful urination and increased urethral discharge, many patients simply assume that more urination will relieve orchitis.

So, can urinating more often relieve orchitis? How to effectively treat orchitis?

Drinking more water and urinating more often can promote the discharge of inflammatory substances from the urinary system, which is helpful for the recovery of the condition. However, in general, the main symptoms of testicular inflammation are testicular pain and enlargement, etc., which are not related to the amount of urination, so urinating more often does not relieve orchitis symptoms but may aggravate the patient's pain and discomfort. More frequent urination may lead to problems such as dehydration and electrolyte disorders that worsen the inflammation.

However, if the patient, in addition to the above symptoms, is accompanied by frequent urination, urinary urgency, painful urination, and other symptoms, it means that the patient is combined with a urinary tract infection. In this case, drinking more water and urinating more often as appropriate can help reduce urinary tract irritation symptoms.

How to get effective relief from orchitis:

General Treatment: For most patients in the early stage of the disease, the inflammation at this time is only mild; they will not have too intense discomfort. Therefore, there is no need to do special treatment.

The main method is bed rest. The patient can apply a hot compress to the affected area every night, and physical therapy can be used to elevate the scrotum. These general treatments can reduce the use of antibiotics during the period of the disease.

Drug Treatment: If the patient's condition still has no noticeable improvement after the general treatment methods, and some conditions are even more severe, they can consider applying drugs. 

Some patients with acute orchitis can consider using systemic anti-infective drugs for treatment; the effect is more pronounced. Commonly used antibiotic drugs are cephalosporins; you can also choose intravenous penicillin. For the longer course of the disease repeated episodes of chronic orchitis, you can take Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill to eliminate inflammation, relieve the pain, and improve the environment of the genitourinary system.

Surgical Treatment: It is usually indicated for patients with more severe conditions. Some patients do not achieve good therapeutic results during inflammation, even through antibiotic therapy. This is when orchitis develops further and may lead to testicular abscesses. 

Patients who develop abscesses can consider surgical treatment by applying surgical therapies for incision and drainage. Some patients with serious conditions will have testicular atrophy, in which case the destruction of the testicle is more serious. At this time, it is necessary to consider the application of surgery to remove the affected testicle to prevent the triggering of other lesions.

Regular Diet: Orchitis also significantly relates to people's daily diet. During the treatment of orchitis, in addition to the application of some drugs, patients themselves, in their daily lives, should also pay attention to dietary adjustments: eat less spicy and stimulating as well as greasy food, which will only aggravate the development of inflammation.

In short, more urination is ineffective in relieving orchitis; patients should seek timely medical treatment when they notice the symptoms of it and actively receive treatment. At the same time, they should also pay attention to improving hygiene habits and adjust their work and rest to promote the recovery of the disease.

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