Home > Information Center >Prostatitis >
Why does Chronic Prostatitis Cause Frequent Urination?
Chronic prostatitis is a complicated disease. It's an elusive disease. Some chronic prostatitis patients will have some symptoms, and some patients do not have these symptoms. The disease mainly occurs in men under 50, and patients will experience pain, abnormal urination, and other manifestations. Prostatitis etiology is complex, so there are different clinical classifications, chronic prostatitis is more common.

The root causes of frequent urination in chronic prostatitis patients are:
1. Excitability of the bladder. 
Enhance the capacity of the normal bladder to cause urination is 250-450 ml, but when the bladder excitability is enhanced, there are 20-100 ml in the bladder that is to urinate. All patients with cystitis have symptoms of urinary frequency. Acute prostatitis that irritates the bladder can also cause urinary frequency. Those who have long and persistent symptoms of frequent urination should be examined in detail to exclude the possibility of urological tuberculosis.
2. Decreased bladder capacity. 
The average capacity of the bladder is 250-500 ml. Suppose the bladder is partially removed due to disease or long-term cystostomy, stones, contracture caused by bladder tuberculosis, compression by extra-vesical tumors, etc. In that case, the bladder capacity can be reduced, and the frequency of urination increased. These patients, such as not cystitis, are not accompanied by painful urination, urgent urinary, often for the simple increase in urination.
3. Mental state and psychological factors. 
The innervation of the bladder and urinary activity is very complex. Ordinary people urinate more often during the day and can stay up all night. When concentrating on work and play, they can go for a long time without urinating. When they are idle and have nothing to do, the amount of urination can increase. Some people urinate more often when they are nervous or angry, some people want to urinate when they see the toilet, and some people have the urge to urinate when they hear the sound of water. These indicate that the higher nerve centers, lifestyle habits, and psychological effects influence urination.
Patients with chronic prostatitis can cause frequent urination when getting cold, drink alcohol, are emotionally stressed, and have a combined acute infection. Still, attention should be paid to the differential diagnosis.
What are the symptoms of chronic prostatitis?
1. Urinary discomfort: 
Bladder irritation may occur, such as frequent urination, burning of the urethra during urination, pain, and radiation to the head of the penis. There may be secretions such as mucus at the urethral orifice in the morning, and the feeling of dysuria may also occur.
2. Local symptoms: 
Discomfort in the posterior urethra, perineum, and anus, swelling and pain aggravated by squatting, defecation, and sitting on a chair for a long time.
3. Radiation pain: 
Chronic prostatitis pain is not limited to the urethra and perineum but radiates to its vicinity. The following low back pain is the most common. In addition, the penis, spermatic cord, testicles and scrotum, lower abdomen, groin area (the base of the thigh), thigh, rectum, etc., can be affected. It should be pointed out that the low back pain caused by chronic prostatitis is higher in the lower waist.
4. Sexual dysfunction: 
Chronic prostatitis can cause loss of libido, painful ejaculation, premature ejaculation, and affect the quality of semen. After urination or stool, the urethral orifice may be leucorrhea, and hematospermia may occur with seminal vesiculitis.
5. Other symptoms: 
Chronic prostatitis can be combined with neurasthenia, showing fatigue, dizziness, insomnia, etc. Long-lasting prostatic inflammation can cause body allergies, conjunctivitis, arthritis, and other diseases and even affect study and work.
Therefore, it can be said that chronic prostatitis must be treated in time. At the same time, it is necessary to consciously try to eliminate one's excessive tension to avoid the aggravation of one's mental symptoms. It is a manifestation of being responsible to oneself. I hope that most chronic prostatitis patients will be treated as soon as possible to get rid of the troubles of the disease as quickly as possible.
Chronic prostatitis is not a permanent disease. As long as there is a suitable treatment method, it can be cured entirely. For example, herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill are good treatment options to help patients with chronic symptoms tide over difficulties after long-term scientific treatment. It does not produce any side effects, so the treatment effect is always satisfactory.

Recommended Readings:

How Did You Infect Chronic Prostatitis? 8 Infection Ways You Must Know
Misunderstandings in the Diagnosis of Chronic Prostatitis
Why is Chronic Prostatitis Easy to Recur?

More Articles

(Add):Shop 1-3, Nan Hu Xin Cheng, Wenchang Road, Hongshan District, Wuhan, Hubei Province, China

Copyright@2010-2017 Copyright @ Drleetcmclinic.com All Rights Reserved

Special Note .reproduced or quoted articles related to copyright issues come forward and contact us