Prostate inflammation urological symptoms and lower abdomen pain
Q: A patient suffering from prostateitis. Early last summer, I visited the urologist for symptoms of anemia, perspiration, and stinging around the genitals.
After urinary examination, I was diagnosed with urethritis and treated for about 2 weeks. The urine test results were clean, but the symptoms remained the same.
I visited another urologist and tested for PCR, and they said it was positive for chlamydia, and it was prostateitis. After taking antibiotics for about a month, the chlamydia became negative, but the symptoms did not ease.
I have been taking bladder-related medicine for two to three more months after that because of my poor urinary tract and severe pain in my lower abdomen.
The pain is getting worse. The testicles and cones began to pull and throb. My groin is sometimes bitter, and my lower abdomen feels like I need to pee. Especially, I can’t sleep at times because the conspiracy part is poking. Certainly, the urine stem has weakened, especially when you force yourself to stool, something like semen often flows out. Also, the semen flows out less power than before. The semen feels more lumpy, and the night urination is every other day, so I always wake up once in my sleep.
I took oriental medicine in addition to sheep medicine for treatment, I walk every day, and rarely skip a lower body bath. I rarely drink, but I often smoke.
Today, I feel uncomfortable due to anemia and lower stomach pain for 3 days.
Chronic prostate inflammation? Can the symptoms get better?
A: Prostateitis is a disease that causes inflammation of the tissues around the prostate.
Prostate inflammation can increase the number of urine or feel a sense of urine. The urea tip may sting or show back and lower stomach pain when urinating. Also, you can feel the discomfort of the cones when you sit down for a long time.
It appears to be a symptom unrelated to prostateitis. It does not end with urethritis treatment, but it is thought that the symptoms have become more severe due to the treatment of prostateitis.
Rather than chronic prostateitis, it is a typical symptom of contracting nerves that control the prostate, bladder, testicles and posterior urethra. Care and nervousness get worse, so it’s a priority to be released from the seriousness of the disease.