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Can Patients with Prostatitis Eat Leeks?
Prostatitis is a very high incidence of male diseases. According to incomplete statistics from the Ministry of Health in China, the incidence of prostatitis in men over 35 years old can reach 37%. This shows that many males have prostatitis. After getting prostatitis, if it can be treated actively, coupled with an appropriate diet, there is still hope that it can be cured. Some men want to know: Can men with prostatitis eat leeks? Let's introduce the dietary items about prostatitis.

Can patients with prostatitis eat leeks?
Leek is a stimulating food, and if it is aseptic prostatitis, it can be eaten. If it is mycoplasma, chlamydia, mold, and other infections, it is better not to eat. Hot peppers and other spicy foods have a stimulating effect on the prostate and urethra. After eating, there may be short-term urethral discomfort or burning symptoms that accompany the urination process and can cause vasodilation, edema of the prostate, or reduce the resistance of the prostate.
Many men only know that leeks are food that warms the kidneys and strengthens the Yang. Especially when they have prostatitis, men often have impotence and premature ejaculation. Therefore, at this time, they want to eat leeks for aphrodisiac. Leek itself contains many vitamins and unsaturated fatty acids, so eating a few leeks is suitable for patients with prostatitis. But leeks are stimulating after all, so remember not to eat them in large quantities. Otherwise, it may cause prostatitis to become more and more serious.
In addition to leeks, many foods can also assist in the treatment of prostatitis. For example, dandelion, wild chrysanthemum, eucommia ulmoides, and wolfberry have pharmacological effects. These foods can be used to make tea and can effectively kill bacteria in the prostate. The other is a wax gourd, brassica Chinensis, and tomatoes. They contain a lot of water and have good vitamin content, so they are more suitable for patients with prostatitis.

Patients with prostatitis should also avoid some foods that cannot be eaten. The first to bear the brunt is stimulating food, such as carp, pickled products, barbecue, and seafood. The other is high-fat foods, such as fatty meat and durian. Because the fat content increases, not only may it induce the three highs, but it may also make the inflammation more intense.
Patients with prostatitis should refrain from drinking alcohol, eat less spicy and sweet products, drink less coffee, eat less citrus, orange juice, and other acidic foods, and eat less sugar and refined flour; choose pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, etc. Eat more fresh fruits, whole grains, and soy products. Eat more honey to keep the stool smooth, and eat beef and eggs in moderation. Do not reduce the amount of water due to frequent urination. Drinking more water can dilute urine.
On weekdays, mung beans can be boiled into porridge and eaten freely after cooling. It is especially suitable for those who have a heart to the bladder and painful urination. A daily hot bath before going to bed and regular prostate massage can promote blood circulation and facilitate the discharge of inflammatory secretions. Appropriate exercise, pay attention to self-care, strengthen physical activity, prevent colds, etc. Doing the above nursing work is very helpful for the treatment of prostatitis.
Through the introduction of this article, patients with prostatitis should know how to eat correctly. In addition to diet, patients with prostatitis should actively exercise exercises through exercises to improve personal physical fitness and help to discharge the inflammation of the prostate. 
In addition, it must be based on drugs and receive drug treatment as soon as possible. Patients with prostatitis can choose herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. The medicine can reach the prostate directly to achieve the effects of anti-inflammatory and sterilizing, promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis, and promoting blood circulation.
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