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Prostatitis Care After Minimally Invasive Surgery
Prostatitis can cause frequent urination, dysuria, and many other symptoms. In severe cases, it must be treated by surgery. Minimally invasive surgery is one of them, but after being discharged from the hospital, patients must do daily care to control the condition truly.
 
About Minimally Invasive Prostate Surgery
 

1. Minimally Invasive Prostate Surgery.
 
According to the patient's recovery after minimally invasive surgery, if there are no sequelae or adverse reactions, the patient can be discharged quickly under normal circumstances.
 
But if there are postoperative infection symptoms, according to the disease treatment, at this time, patients need to stay in the hospital for a longer time. Men can be discharged while recovering to avoid the premature discharge from the hospital.
 
Surgical treatment is not recommended for prostatitis because unknown postoperative infection or sequelae may occur, and the cost is high.
 

2. Nursing after minimally invasive prostate surgery.
 
After minimally invasive prostate surgery, men must do corresponding nursing work. Patients should avoid excessive activity as much as possible and ensure that there is enough rest and sleep time every day, and it is crucial to ensure sound sleep quality.
 
It is necessary to develop good eating habits. After the operation, ensure a light diet and avoid irritating foods so as not to affect the recovery. Patients with prostatitis need to eat more foods that are conducive to urination. Foods such as watermelon and grapes are rich in vitamins. They can also promote urination and help reduce the influence of bacteria in the urine.
 
Drinking more water can promote urination, and patients with prostatitis can drink more water to empty some toxins in the body, which can achieve the role of counseling prostatitis. Do not overtake diuretic foods for prostatitis. Otherwise, it will cover up the patient's condition and cause the treatment to fail.
 
In addition, it is vital to wound care, prevent infection, and reduce inflammation. Keep the wound skin clean and dry, avoid premature ejaculation, and take medications actively after surgery. Regular dressing changes are also significant.
 
 
Other common treatments for prostatitis
 
1. Medication
 
Compared with surgical treatment, herbal medication can be used directly, such as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill to cure prostatitis. Herbal medicine does not produce as many postoperative infections or sequelae as surgery, nor does it create antibiotic resistance like antibiotics. In a comprehensive comparison, herbal medicine treatment is a better choice for prostatitis.
 
It is ideal for treating the lesions through drugs and self-regulation methods because there will be no side effects and sequelae. Such health care methods are relatively common and can effectively treat prostatitis. Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can promote blood circulation and remove blood stasis, and treat prostatitis naturally. Its ingredients are purely natural herbs, and there are no side effects. The use of drugs for treatment and conditioning can better cure the disease.
 
2. Prostate massage 
 
Prostatitis can also be treated by prostate massage, which is an ideal method. Massaging the prostate can promote the emptying of the prostate tube and increase the concentration of local drugs, which can achieve the effect of medical treatment and alleviation of prostatitis.
 
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