Prostatitis: 3 Important Things You Should Know

Author: John
Time: 2017/5/10 14:52:47

What do you know about the prostatitis? According to the latest survey by the American Foundation for Urologic Disease, only 15% of those who responded had heard of prostatitis. Acutally, when a man experiences pain in the bladder, groin, pelvis, rectum, testicle, prostate area, genital area or when he feels pain after urination, he might be suffering from prostatitis. The symptoms also includes dribbling after urination, frequent urination, blood in urine or painful ejaculation etc. Below are the five most important things you should get to know about prostatitis.

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1.What is prostate and prostatitis?
The prostate is a walnut-sized organ to produce seminal fluid in semen, it sits below the bladder, and the urethra runs through the middle of the prostate. Prostatitis is the infection of prostate, it can happen at any age.

2.The prostate continues growing
Study finds that man's prostate continues to grow throughout his whole life, so older man is more likely to suffer from benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). The enlarged gland narrows down the urinary passage way, and leads to weak urine flow and incomplete emptying of the bladder.

3.Common prescription medications
Flomax, Rapaflo and Uroxatrol are the most common prescription medications that used to relax the urethra muscles. Proscar and Avodart are prescribed to shrink the prostate, but you should also know that it can shrink the libido too. According to the newest report from CNN, taking even over-the-counter doses of common painkillers (known as NSAIDs, short for nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) has been linked to an increased risk of heart attack in a new study. Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is an alternative natural herbal medicine, it is made of more than 50 natural plants, seeds and other substance discovered in the flowers etc. In the past 30 years, many prostatitis patients from all over the world have received notable improvements, and no side effects has been reported so far.

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