What is the difference between prostatitis and urethritis?

Author: John
Time: 2019/1/11 16:54:54

What is the difference between prostatitis and urethritis?

There are many similarities between prostatitis and urethritis. If you don't do a comprehensive examination, it is difficult to distinguish them merely from symptoms. Let's take a look at it today, what is the essential difference between the two?

1.Most cases of prostatitis are bacterial prostatitis, so during the treatment, patients can take natural herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill for treatment which can effectively improve the patient's constitution and reduce the chance of disease recurrence.

In addition, for the treatment of urethritis, it is also recommended to take Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill and not antibiotics which cause severe drug resistance and don't work out in the end. 


Under normal circumstances, patients with urethritis need infusion therapy, and a continous antibiotics intake after it, but the current antibiotics can not cure the disease because of drug resistance, so it is necessary to use non-resistant TCM formula Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill to carry out a radical healing.

Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is manifested by clearing away heat and detoxification (for non-bacterial prostatitis, it is mainly to clear the dampness and heat), promoting blood circulation and eliminating blood stasis, on one hand, sterilization and anti-inflammatory, on the other hand, improving the tissue environment, removing the diseased root and strengthening the physique as well as immunity and self-healing ability.


2. Prostatitis does not have pus in the urethra, but it is accompanied by symptoms such as urination urgency, white urine, and prostate discomfort. However, urethritis is mainly caused by dysuria and urethral pus.

3. The most essential difference between the two is that prostatitis can have no infectivity, while urethritis is an infectious disease.

4. Prostatitis is caused by physiological inflammation in most cases, and it certainly does not rule out that some cases are caused by bacterial infection. However, urethritis is caused by bacterial infection, and most patients have urethritis because of this reason.

5. Urethritis not only causes abnormalities when urinating, but also urine overflow in the urethra, however prostatitis does not have such symptoms.

6. Leukocytes are rarely found in the urine of patients with prostatitis, but many white blood cells are found in the urine of patients with urethritis.

What to do to reduce the recurrence rate and prevention of these two diseases? First of all, we must pay special attention to the diet, drink less alcohol, and it is best to quit. Have light diet, avoid hot spices and irritating food including seafood and lamb.

What's more, it is very important to have a good habit in life, such as living on a regular routine, avoid staying up late, and doing some exercise, especially lower body-based systemic aerobic exercise that slows or prevents the onset of the disease and enhances the patient's own immunity.

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