Friday, July 2, 2010

Causes & Symptoms of Prostatitis

Prostatitis is one of several disorders, benign (not cancerous), inflammatory of the prostate gland. Acute Prostatitis develops suddenly and severe symptoms and severe. Chronic prostatitis develops gradually, often recurrent infection for long stretches periods of time. Chronic prostatitis is usually difficult to manage.

Causes of prostatitis

Prostatitis is an infection that usually develops after entering from one bacterium to the prostatic ducts from the rectum and / or as a result of the decline of infected urine.

Prostatitis is not a contagious disease and is not considered a disease sexual transmission. However, it can be caused for various sexually transmitted diseases.

Although all Men can develop prostatitis at any age, certain disorders pose a greater risk of developing this disease, among them include:

• infection recent bladder, urinary tract or any other body part
• injury or trauma to the perineum ( area between the scrotum and anus)
• anomaly urinary tract
• prostate enlarged
• relations anal sex
• procedure recently involving the insertion of a catheter urinary or cystoscope

Symptoms of prostatitis

Then general symptoms are the most common prostatitis. However, each individual may experience differently. Symptoms may includes:

• frequency and / or urinary urgency
• or burning sensation stinging when urinating
• pain urinate
• volume reduced urine flow
• pain and or pressure in the rectum
• fever and chills ( usually present only with an infection acute)
• pain the region and lower back, or pelvis
• segregation flow through the urethra to evacuate
• dysfunction sexual and / or loss of libido ( sexual desire)
• feeling throbbing in the rectum and / or genital area

Symptoms of prostatitis may resemble other problems or physicians. Always consult your physician for a diagnosis.

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