What causes prostate pain

For patients, prostate pain is undoubtedly an emotional disturbance. It may be caused by many factors, such as: sedentary, long-distance running, long-distance cycling or other physical activities, etc., and cold exposure may aggravate the symptoms.

Clinically , some patients show symptoms such as persistent frequent urination, urgency, dysuria, and prostate discomfort, but there are often no pus cells in the prostatic fluid, and no obvious pathological changes of infection , and no bacteria can be found in culture. Most of these patients are treated according to chronic prostatitis , and a large number of Chinese and Western medicines are taken orally, but the symptoms cannot be relieved. In fact, these patients are not suffering from real prostatitis, but because of the pain caused by the real spasm of the urethral muscles and prostate muscles, that is, prostatic pain.

Who is behind the prostate pain

  The cause of prostate pain one:

Urodynamic studies have shown that the symptoms of prostatic pain are mainly mediated by spasm of the urethral external support muscle caused by the sympathetic nervous system or the sympathetic and peripheral nervous systems. Some scholars also believe that most of the clinical manifestations and video urodynamic abnormalities in patients with prostatic pain are related to the signs of bladder neck and prostatic urethral spasm. The patient’s decreased urinary flow rate was associated with incomplete relaxation of the bladder neck and an abnormal narrowing of the urethral segment directly adjacent to the external urethral sphincter. Bladder neck or urethral spasms raise the urethral pressure in the prostate, which can lead to backflow of urine in the prostate during urination, which can further lead to chemical prostatitis (nonbacterial prostatitis).

 Causes of prostate pain 2:

The symptoms of some patients with prostatic pain may be related to mental depression and anxiety. Most scholars believe that stress response is the original cause of prostatic pain. Many prostatitis sufferers admit to stress and emotional tension. Even if the stress response is not the cause of prostatic pain, it is also an influence; but the mechanism of stress response as the cause of prostatic pain is not yet clear.

The failure of drug treatment is undoubtedly an emotional disturbance for some patients with prostate pain. Bladder neck and prostate smooth muscle are rich in α-adrenergic receptors. Cold exposure may aggravate the symptoms, or it may be related to perineal muscle fatigue caused by sedentary, long-distance running, long-distance cycling or other physical activities. Traditional Chinese medicine believes that this disease is related to the two meridians of the liver and kidney, or the deficiency of the liver and kidney, the feeling of cold and dampness, gathering in the front yin, the cold will stagnate, the meridian is blocked, and the qi of the bladder is not good; or because of rage and worry, or because of sitting for a long time, the liver qi is not enough, Qi stagnation in the liver veins, knotted in the genitals, and the movement of Qi is blocked; finally, due to the obstruction of Qi movement in the liver and kidney meridians, and obstruction of Qi and blood in the collaterals, various symptoms can be seen