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What Clinic Department is Prostatitis?

Many patients suspect they have prostatitis and want to go to the hospital for a checkup but don't know which department to register for. Let's learn more about it.
 

Prostatitis belongs to urology.
 
Prostatitis is a common disease in the urinary system, mainly in young men and middle-aged men. Patients with prostatitis need to go to the urology department or male department of the local hospital for regular examination and treatment. 
 
Prostatitis is a common and frequent disease in urology. When prostatitis occurs, its main symptoms are frequent urination, urgent urination, painful urination, incomplete urination, waiting for urination, dripping white urine, and a series of other adverse symptoms in the urinary tract. 
 
Therefore, when these symptoms are found, men should go to a hospital urology department to have male prostate fluid and prostate ultrasound examined as soon as possible. To determine if it is caused by prostatitis and what type of prostatitis it is caused by. It is an excellent way to determine what kind of treatment measures and methods to take.
 
The first thing to do is to do a routine examination of the prostate fluid after the diagnosis is confirmed to examine further the prostate fluid's bacterial culture plus the drug sensitivity test. Men will be able to find out the actual bacteria and the antibiotics that are sensitive to the bacteria and then choose the sensitive antibiotics to carry out the treatment. If acute prostatitis has turned into chronic prostatitis, antibiotics are no longer recommended because of the potential for resistance or side effects.
 
Patients with chronic prostatitis can receive medication. Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is a good choice for patients. Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill specialize in treating male urinary system diseases and are very effective in curing chronic prostatitis. And the recurrence rate after cure is low, and it is safe without side effects.
 
What are the symptoms of prostatitis?
 
The symptoms of prostatitis are complex and can be summarized as follows:
 
1. Painful symptoms: can appear lower abdomen, perineum, dexterity, lumbosacral swelling pain.
 
2. Urinary symptoms: can appear urinary frequency, urinary urgency, painful urination, difficult urination, incomplete urination, urethral itching, urethral dripping white, and other symptoms.
 
3. Symptoms of hypogonadism: impotence, premature ejaculation, seminal emission, hematemesis, and infertility can occur.
 
4. Mental symptoms: many people have neurasthenia performance, such as poor spirit, poor memory, inattention, dreaminess, insomnia.
 
5. Systemic symptoms: Some people may experience chills and high fever.
 
These symptoms are unlikely to show up in every patient with prostatitis. An experienced doctor can make some preliminary judgments based on this but never diagnose because these symptoms are only manifestations of prostatitis syndrome. 
 
Prostatitis is further divided into acute bacterial prostatitis, chronic bacterial prostatitis, non-bacterial prostatitis, and prostate pain, depending on the cause. Only by performing some necessary tests can these different prostatitis be distinguished from each other.
 
In general, acute bacterial prostatitis has an acute onset with those mentioned above systemic and urinary symptoms. Acute bacterial prostatitis will have high blood leukocytes, pus cells in the urine, enlarged prostate, and tenderness.
 
The symptoms of chronic bacterial prostatitis, non-bacterial prostatitis, and prostate pain are relatively similar. More or less, mildly or severely have the pain mentioned above, urinary symptoms, hypogonadism symptoms, and mental symptoms. 
 
The only way to distinguish them is to take prostate fluid for routine analysis, bacterial culture, fungal culture, mycoplasma culture, or PCR testing. If there are both bacteria and white blood cells in the prostate fluid, it is chronic bacterial prostatitis. If there are no bacteria in the prostate fluid, only white blood cells, it is non-bacterial prostatitis. If there are neither bacteria nor white blood cells in the prostate fluid, it is a case of prostate pain.
 
It is important to note that prostate pain is also one of the syndromes of prostatitis and is only due to prostate congestion and bruising. Do not mistake white blood cells in the prostate fluid as the only sign of prostatitis.
 
Recommended Readings:

How to Recognize Prostatitis Test Report?
Can Prostatitis be Self-Tested with a Glass of Water?
Why does Chronic Prostatitis Cause Frequent Urination?

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