What is prostatitis?

Prostatitis refers to inflammation in the prostate gland caused by infection from the bladder, rectum or urethra, which causes the disease to develop under certain predisposing factors. Frequent constipation, sedentary work, lack of movement, general hypothermia, venereal or any chronic diseases, immunodeficiency, frequent stresses, sexual excesses or abstinence can provoke the development of prostatitis.
The development of prostatitis can begin suddenly and is accompanied by high fever and acute pain in the perineum, the anus (including during defecation and urination) or in the groin. However, the most common chronic form of the disease, in which the above symptoms are so weak that they can almost not bother a man. Prostatitis caused by chronic STDs (trichomoniasis, chlamydia, ureaplasmosis, etc.) is also almost asymptomatic.
But no matter how the disease progresses, its development entails erection problems and affects the man�s well-being, which becomes irritable and nervous. Launched prostatitis entails the development of such diseases as pyelonephritis or cystitis, and it can also cause epididymo-orchitis (inflammation of the testicles and their appendages), which can cause infertility.
Currently, the diagnosis of prostatitis is quite simple. To make a diagnosis, a digital examination and ultrasound of the prostate gland are used, an analysis of the secret of the prostate gland is made, as well as urine analysis. After that, the doctor prescribes a treatment carried out in the complex and includes a massage of the prostate gland, immunocorrective, antibacterial and physiotherapy.