Prostatitis in the end can cause impotence (erectile dysfunction)?

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Prostatitis can cause erectile dysfunction after all? This has been one of the most concerned problems for the majority of patients. Due to

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Prostatitis can cause erectile dysfunction after all? This has been one of the most concerned problems for the majority of patients. Due to the current media have a variety of views, so that we do not know which letter. In order to make people have a clear understanding of this, we have access to a large number of authoritative literature at home and abroad in recent years, after sorting out, for reference.

Prostatitis and erectile dysfunction is a common disease in urology clinic, both of which are not a disease, but there are certain links between each other.

First, prostatitis

Prostatitis is the most common disease of male, 2 to 10% of adult men have had symptoms of chronic prostatitis. It is estimated that the annual global treatment of prostatitis patients about 8 million, of which only a small part of patients with bacterial prostatitis, and most of it is pelvic pain syndrome and prostate pain (only the symptoms but no pathogens).

In the latest view, prostatitis is a retrograde infection caused by a catheter in the urethra that returns to the prostate, leading to a chemical or bacterial inflammation in the prostate. Other risk factors easily lead to prostatitis and phimosis, unprotected anal intercourse, urinary tract infection, acute epididymitis, indwelling catheter, transurethral surgery. In addition, psychological factors are also associated with the occurrence and development of prostatitis, anxiety, depression, depression and other psychological abnormalities can also indirectly lead to prostatitis symptoms or aggravate the symptoms of prostatitis.

Prostatitis can have a variety of clinical manifestations, such as ejaculation or urination after perineal, penis and suprapubic discomfort or pain, voiding symptoms (such as frequent urination, urgency and dysuria), and so on, these symptoms will affect the quality of life of patients in different degree, affect the patient's mood, and can lead to erectile dysfunction.

Two, erectile dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction is a common disease in male patients, with the increase of age, the incidence of the disease is also increasing gradually, which is closely related to the age, lower urinary tract symptoms and other factors. In addition, the risk factors for erectile dysfunction include diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure and so on. It is worth noting that psychological anxiety, depression, depression and other issues often lead to the occurrence of erectile dysfunction.

Three, prostatitis and erectile dysfunction

As already mentioned above, lower urinary tract symptoms (such as frequent urination, urgency, dysuria) can cause erectile dysfunction, and lower urinary tract symptoms are common clinical symptoms of prostatitis, therefore, the relationship between prostatitis and erectile dysfunction is a certain.

Prostate disease, including prostatitis, prostatic hypertrophy and prostate cancer, can cause erectile dysfunction. A study showed that 49% of patients with chronic prostatitis in the presence of a variety of different types of sexual dysfunction, including premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, combined with 15%, 7.7%.

Chronic prostatitis with erectile dysfunction and quality of life of patients with chronic prostatitis often lower than normal, reducing the quality of life of patients, leading to erectile dysfunction, thus further affect the quality of life of patients, and aggravate the symptoms of prostatitis. Prostatitis, quality of life, erectile dysfunction, the interaction between the three, interaction.

Most of the psychological problems of chronic prostatitis and erectile dysfunction in patients with anxiety, chronic prostatitis due to recurrent symptoms, prone to anxiety psychological, and anxiety can lead to erectile dysfunction, erectile dysfunction will in turn increase the anxiety symptoms and exacerbations of chronic prostatitis. The three are also mutual influence and interaction.

Four, summary

Although there is a certain relationship between prostatitis and erectile dysfunction, but it can not be said that prostatitis can lead to erectile dysfunction. Most of the clinical prostatitis does not have erectile dysfunction, however, if prostatitis patients in the treatment process, excessive anxiety, excessive attention too nervous, erectile dysfunction will greatly increase the chances of.

In a word, suggest that the majority of patients correctly treat prostatitis disease of this little body, don't pay too much attention to it, don't go too much for it, only to maintain mental health, personality, in order to truly overcome prostatitis, so as to avoid the occurrence of sexual dysfunction.

 

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