Symptoms indicate you get prostatitis

Prostatitis is a disease happens on prostate gland. Many men are afraid it, especially when it is chronic prostatitis. Chronic prostatitis not only brings many symptoms to men, but also is hard to cure. Many people hold the view that once I have had prostatitis, I will choose the best pill to cure it, but have you heard the old saying: one ounce prevention is better than two ounce treatments. So, it is important for men to know some symptoms to make a self-diagnosis.

UTI symptoms
Once men have had this disease, he can have frequent urination, sharp pain when urinating and so on. What’s more. On the morning, sticky discharges can be seen on opening of urinary tract.

Local symptoms
Patients can experience discomfort on posterior urethra anus and private parts. Long time siting and bowel movement can make symptoms severer.

Radiating pain
Pain on chronic prostatitis not located on urethra and perineum, it also will spread to other parts such as lower abdominal area which is very common. While pain also can spread to those parts such as testicles, scrotum, tight, penis and so on.

Sexual dysfunction
Chronic prostatitis also can bring decreased sexual drive and painful ejaculation, premature ejaculation, and bad sperm quality to men. Sometimes, after bowel movement, white discharges can be seen on opening or urethra. When men have had spermatocystitis, bloody semen also is possible.

Systematic symptoms
Chronic prostatitis patients also can have fatigue, dizzy, insomnia and so on. If left untreated, conjunctivitis and arthritis also can be caused by this disease.

The five symptoms are typical symptoms of chronic prostatitis. If you have had one or two or more symptoms mentioned above, please receive treatment immediately. Herbal medicine named Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is right here waiting for you.
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Asked Nov 06, 2013

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