Navigating Prostatitis: Addressing Frequent Urination and Perineal Pain through Medication
Prostatitis is a common male disease, mainly caused by the prostate tissue being infected or stimulated by other factors. Its main clinical manifestations are urinary irritation symptoms, such as frequent urination, urinary urgency, painful urination, etc. Some patients are accompanied by soreness and pain in the abdomen or perineum area, sexual dysfunction, and so on.
For frequent urination and perineal distension and pain, how can men treat it with medication?
1. Urinary Tract Irritation, Such as Frequent Urination
Frequent urination is one of the common clinical symptoms in patients with prostatitis. The reason why it occurs is mainly due to inflammatory substance stimulation. The patient's prostate tissue has inflammatory secretions; these secretions will stimulate the mucous membrane of the urethra, and repeated stimulation will appear to cause the feeling of urination.
In addition, the pathogens of prostatitis may also travel upstream to infect the bladder. These inflammatory secretions may also cause some irritation to the bladder, easily cause the phenomenon of bladder contraction, and lead to frequent urination.
For this frequent urination symptom, patients can use m-blockers or alpha-blockers for symptomatic treatment, which has the effect of relieving smooth muscle spasms. Patients can choose tamsulosin hydrochloride or solifenacin succinate for treatment, which can be significantly effective.
For treatment, if it is nonbacterial prostatitis, drugs are usually selected for symptomatic treatment; commonly used drugs are mainly tamsulosin and other drugs; if there is a combination of bacterial infection, sensitive antibiotics are usually also used to carry out the treatment. Clinically, there are quinolone and macrolide antibiotics, such as clindamycin, ofloxacin, levofloxacin, and so on.
2. Perineal Distension
The clinical manifestations of prostatitis, in addition to urinary tract irritation such as frequent urination, urinary urgency, and urinary pain, also tend to show some pain, such as pain in the perineum or abdominal area. The nature of the pain is mainly soreness and distension. The perineal pain caused by this disease is mainly due to the impaired local blood circulation of the prostate, as well as the inflammatory stimulation leading to the swelling of the prostate, which in turn oppresses the walking nerves of the pelvic floor. Hence, it causes perineal distension and pain.
Prostatitis must be treated first. Men should first find the specific cause of the disease and then make symptomatic treatment according to the particular situation. Most patients can use anti-inflammatory and antibacterial drugs and pain medication to improve the situation. For a slightly more serious condition, if necessary, surgical treatment may also required. That's why you have to treat your prostatitis before you can slowly improve the symptoms of perineal pain.
In addition to these treatments mentioned above, the traditional Chinese medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is a good treatment with good effects. Traditional Chinese medicine has accumulated thousands of years of methods and experience in treating prostatitis:
It uses herbal ingredients to regulate the patient's genitourinary system and bring it into balance. It then regulates the patient's kidneys to promote blood circulation and accelerate detoxification. Moreover, the anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effects improve the patient's immunity, thus treating prostatitis.
Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill not only draws on the methods and experience of traditional Chinese medicine but also perfects the formula. The function of inducing diuresis for treating stranguria can effectively improve the symptom of frequent urination, and the function of invigorating blood circulation, promoting vitality, and relieving pain can effectively ease the symptoms of perineal discomfort.
Besides, it can kill all kinds of bacteria and viruses that cause male genitourinary system diseases, as well as mycoplasma, chlamydia, and other pathogens, which can effectively eliminate inflammation and cure the disease completely.
To summarize, frequent urination and perineal distension caused by prostatitis are typical symptomatic manifestations, and patients can take a variety of measures to treat them to restore their health. At the same time, patients can also adjust their habits in daily life to consolidate the treatment effect.
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