More and more men have prostate problems, bringing about a variety of adverse symptoms. Therefore, proper treatment should be taken according to the specific type of pathology. Some men with prostatitis wonder if they can have surgery to remove the infected part and solve the problem once and for all. Doctors do not recommend prostatectomy for this problem, even in more severe cases. Doctors mainly consider the vital function of the prostate, and surgery may not completely solve the recurrence of prostatitis.
Prostatitis usually does not require surgery. The prostate is one of the genitourinary organs unique to men. Its main functions are to secrete prostatic fluid and control urination, etc. If this organ is removed, it may hurt the patients’ bodies. Patients with prostatitis are relatively young; after prostate surgery, about 15% to 50% of the patients will suffer from damaged sexual function.
In addition, the disease that requires prostate surgery is Benign prostatic hyperplasia. It is important for patients to clarify that when the prostate is operated on, the doctor removes the enlarged, so the pericardium still covers the prostate gland. The infection is still present even after the surgery, so the symptoms of prostatitis will persist.
Patients will need to go to the regular hospital for a detailed examination to clarify the diagnosis of the disease. Through targeted use of appropriate treatment, patients with prostatitis can gradually improve or heal.
It is also important to mention that the surgery is risky, and the efficacy is not exact for the patients. Moreover, some complications of the surgery include damaged sexual function, retrograde ejaculation, urinary incontinence, and so on. Except for patients who develop a prostate abscess in acute prostatitis, or if antibiotic treatment does not work, the doctor will recommend considering surgical incision and drainage. This is a relatively minor surgery, and there is no other discomfort or impact after the surgery.
The treatment of prostatitis, especially chronic prostatitis, is a comprehensive process that requires patients to take a multi-pronged approach. They can improve the situation by changing habits, taking medication, and applying physical therapies. Usually, it can be effectively relieved by regular treatment.
Therefore, patients with chronic prostatitis typically do not need surgical treatment, let alone prostatectomy. Unless the patients with prostatitis have a combination of prostate enlargement causing urinary retention can consider doing surgeries. In addition, for older men with prostate enlargement, surgery can be considered to relieve the patient's pain.
For patients with prostatitis, it is advisable to use the traditional Chinese medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, which can act on the entire urinary and reproductive system simultaneously to eliminate the inflammation and does not harm the body. It is a good idea to use the medicine to improve the internal and external state of the prostate gland and to rehabilitate the prostate body so that the inflammatory or hyperplastic material is smoothly discharged from the body until the series of discomfort caused by the prostate disease all disappear.
At the same time, to treat prostatitis, patients have to change their bad lifestyles. For example, they should avoid sitting for a long time, being inactive, perineal pressure, overeating spicy and stimulating foods, smoking, drinking alcohol, long-term indulgence, masturbation, etc. Treatment is a long-term process; even if there are no more symptoms, patients should take good personal care. Do not think surgery will solve the problem, and daily body management is more critical.
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