Prostatitis is a common cold in men and is one of the most common diseases among men under 50 years old. However, in the eyes of many patients, prostatitis is an elusive disease and is even regarded as a severe incurable disease.
Because of this, many patients are worried all day once they are diagnosed with prostatitis, which significantly affects their lives and work. The reason is that people do not understand the nature of prostatitis, do not know how to judge the severity of prostatitis, and thus overestimate the harm of prostatitis.
Chronic nonbacterial prostatitis is the most common prostatitis, accounting for 95% of prostatitis. Therefore, when you have prostatitis, it is nonbacterial. Of course, experienced doctors often judge whether you have infection symptoms from your symptoms, preliminarily determine the type of prostatitis, and determine whether other bacterial culture is necessary.
This article focuses on how to judge whether chronic prostatitis is mild or severe.
People with prostatitis generally have a misconception that the more white blood cells, the more severe prostatitis. Many studies have confirmed no correlation between the number of white blood cells and the severity of prostatitis. White blood cells are evidence of inflammation, but they are not evidence that prostatitis needs treatment!
Remember, inflammation does not necessarily need treatment! Because inflammation is the normal response of the body's immune system to injury or some stimulation. For example, if you sit for a long time, ride a bike, or even ejaculate, your prostate may become inflamed, and white blood cells may exceed the limit in the test of prostate fluid.
Just like walking too much, there will be inflammation in the waist and legs or joints. It's just that we don't have to check because we don't feel sick. If you take the joint liquefaction test at this time, you may also find that the white blood cells exceed the standard. These asymptomatic inflammations are harmless to the body. They can recover naturally with proper rest and generally do not need treatment. The key to treating or not treating is to see whether inflammation affects you.
Therefore, it should be emphasized here that the amount of white blood cells in a prostate fluid is not proportional to the severity of prostatitis, and the amount of white blood cells in a prostate fluid is not equal to the severity of your prostatitis. On the contrary, the amount of white blood cells in a prostate fluid is not necessarily comparable to the severity of your prostatitis. Treatment is not based on the number of white blood cells.
The medical judgment of whether a disease is serious or not is mainly determined by the impact of the disease on the body. Similarly, whether a disease should be treated or not depends on whether the disease affects the body. If there is an impact, it needs to be treated. If there is no impact, it is not necessary to care. The same is true of prostatitis. Whether or how to treat it depends on whether it affects you.
If you have some symptoms (symptoms of prostatitis mainly include: discomfort in the perineum; urgency and frequency of urination; pain after orgasm, frequent ejaculation; premature ejaculation, and erectile dysfunction indirectly caused by psychological influence), you need treatment.
The effect of natural medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill on prostatitis is obvious. Its function of promoting blood circulation to remove blood stasis, softening and dispersing knots, and promoting qi to relieve pain can alleviate the discomfort caused by prostate inflammation.
At the same time, patients should drink warm water or eat more food with a diuretic effect during treatment. Increasing the number of urination can eliminate bacteria in the urinary system. In addition, men should also prevent the body from catching fire, try to eat bland food, not spicy food, and eat more fresh fruits and vegetables.