The concomitant appointment of painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs is intended to alleviate the patient's condition. Sometimes you have to use narcotic analgesics. Many symptoms of prostatitis have been described, but they can all be summarized ivermectin: pain in the genital area, perineum, suprapubic region, groin; increased urge to urinate, painful urination, pain during ejaculation, sexual dysfunction (lack of erection or defective erection).
If a patient with acute prostatitis does not want to seek professional help from a urologist, then it is very likely that an abscess of the prostate gland will develop - focal purulent inflammation. In this case, the body temperature rises to 39-40 ° C and becomes hectic (body temperature drops exceed 1 ° C), intense fever periodically replaces a sharp chill, pain in the perineum is so pronounced that urination is extremely difficult, and defecation is sometimes completely impossible. After a while, prostate edema develops and, as a result, acute urinary retention.
Fortunately, rarely any of the men set themselves the goal of bringing the disease to this stage, as a rule, patients with acute prostatitis turn to a urologist in a timely manner. Chronic prostatitis is not the case. Its course is undulating, periodic exacerbations are replaced by more or less prolonged remissions, during which the disease does not make itself felt in any way.
As a result, many men prefer to sit out at home rather than see a doctor. However, this is far from the best way out of the situation, since during each exacerbation, the inflammatory process will develop more and more.
If it spreads through the urinarysystem, this will lead to the development of cystitis and pyelonephritis. But more often complications of prostatitis are vesiculitis - inflammation of the seminal vesicles, and epididymo-orchitis - inflammation of the testicles and their appendages. Ultimately, this can lead to infertility, the treatment of which will be extremely difficult and time-consuming, if at all possible.
When diagnosing prostatitis, many conditions with similar symptoms should be ruled out and the category of prostatitis defined. Diagnosis usually begins with a distribution and general examination.
You will be asked a series of questions regarding your symptoms and complaints. General examination includes examination and examination of the abdomen, pelvic area, digital rectal examination of the prostate.