The prostate usually becomes inflamed as a result of General hypothermia, for example, after sitting on a cold surface, bathing in cold water or a long stay in an unheated room. Provoke the development of prostatitis frequent or repeated violations of the chair in the form of constipation, sedentary lifestyle, constant sedentary work, causing congestion in the body, and excessive sexual activity or, conversely, a long sexual abstinence.
Prostatitis can occur and chronic inflammatory diseases or chronic foci of infection in the body. This lesion can be anything, ranging from tonsillitis and ending untreated carious teeth. The prostate gland is particularly sensitive to the transferred venereal and urological diseases, as well as with different States, depressing the immune system. The latter include: chronic stress, regular sleep, physical stress, poor diet and many other factors that adversely affect the body's resistance to disease.
The first symptom of prostatitis is pain, burning or discomfort when urinating, which becomes more frequent during the night (from 1 to 3 times per night). At this stage, men rarely go to the urologist losing precious time, when prostatitis is still treated very quickly and easily. With the development of inflammation patients start to notice shooting or pulling pain above the pubis, in the perineum, and sometimes in the penis.
The urine then becomes turbid, the temperature rises from 37 to 38оС. Painful sensations become stronger the long sitting down after a walk or a light workout. Patients have trouble sleeping and become irritable.
A prostate exam performed by a urologist. It probes the prostate through the rectum and determines the presence of her swelling, which indicates an inflammatory process. Treatment of prostatitis is medical and physiotherapy – his appointment depends on each individual case and the degree of neglect of the disease.
With prostatitis turn first to the urologist, and then to a physical therapist, immunologist, and, in the presence of purulent abscesses, the surgeon.
Pain in prostatitis may radiate in the anus, during bowel movements there is pain in the rectum.