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How To Relieve Perineal Pain Caused By Prostatitis?

The incidence of prostatitis in men is very high, and this disease will cause great trouble to the normal work and life of the patient and even will seriously affect the couple's life. There are many symptoms of prostatitis, among which perineal pain is one of the typical symptoms.

Perineal Pain and Prostatitis

Why does prostatitis cause perineal pain? How to relieve perineal pain?

Perineal pain caused by prostatitis is due to inflammation that stimulates the prostate gland, inducing edema and hypertrophy of the gland, which reflects back to the perineum, thus leading to the appearance of perineal pain.

Treatments for perineal pain in prostatitis, which include general treatment, medication, and physical therapy, need to be chosen based on the specific symptoms.

1. General Treatment

Prostatitis patients should change their incorrect personal habits: Keep the perineum clean and hygienic to prevent infection; avoid eating irritating foods such as chili peppers, ginger, etc.; avoid sitting for a long time; you can walk appropriately to accelerate the local blood circulation; drink more water appropriately, keep the amount of urine to reduce the chance of infection; regular exercise, strengthen the physical fitness and improve the immunity, which can effectively promote the improvement of the disease.

2. Drug Treatment

Patients can use antibiotic drugs reasonably under the doctor's guidance for treatment; common drugs mainly include amoxicillin capsules, levofloxacin hydrochloride capsules, etc., which can effectively inhibit the inflammatory response. 

At the same time, patients can also use hot towels to apply appropriate warm compresses to relieve pain symptoms. 

In addition, traditional Chinese medicine is also a suitable medication. We recommend patients to use Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, because it has the function of anti-inflammatory, sterilization, detoxification, and pain relief, which is beneficial to eliminate inflammation, relieve pain, improve the immunity of patients, and cure prostatitis completely.

3. Physical Treatment

Patients can use massage to promote local blood circulation, which is helpful for the recovery of the disease. Massage can be carried out specifically by rubbing the scrotum and massaging the pathway of qi:

Scrotum Massage: Hold up the opposite scrotum with one hand while the palm of the other hand gently touches the sides and bottom of the same scrotum. Massage each scrotum 36 times on each side, then switch sides. Just do it once a day.

Pathway of Qi Massage: The so-called pathway of qi is the pathway for qi to travel. It is located in the groin and lower abdomen on both sides of the body. Lie on your back and massage the pathway of qi with both hands from top to bottom. It can be done on both sides at the same time, about 36 times. Again, just do it once a day.

In addition, warm sitz baths are also a good way to relieve the pain. 36-38 degrees of warm water sitz baths can effectively improve the perineum local blood circulation and reduce the pain, especially the feeling of distension. The duration of each sitz baths should be 15-20 minutes, and hot water should be added in time during the process to maintain the water temperature. Warm sitz baths are simple to operate but effective and fast-acting, but care should be taken to avoid burns during operation. 

However, men with fertility plans should not use this method because warm sitz baths can raise the temperature of the scrotum, and high temperatures have an effect on sperm development. This effect disappears three months after stopping the sitz baths, so there is no need to worry too much.

In addition, if the pain is more serious, surgical treatment can improve patients. At the same time, patients should always pay attention to the changes in the body, regularly go to the hospital for relevant examinations to clarify their own symptoms, and, under the doctor's guidance, use medication.

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