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Are You Experiencing Premature Ejaculation?

Can prostatitis cause premature ejaculation?

By Jane SmithPublished 8 months ago 3 min read
Are You Experiencing Premature Ejaculation?
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Prostatitis is a common prostate disease, and premature ejaculation is a kind of male sexual dysfunction; the clinical symptoms of the two are entirely different. However, it has been clinically found that prostatitis and premature ejaculation are somewhat related.

Prostatitis may lead to premature ejaculation if not treated in time, which means that premature ejaculation is one of the symptoms of prostatitis.

How does prostatitis cause premature ejaculation?

Prostatitis stimulates related nerves, especially those related to pelvic and sexual function in the human body. Through these nerves, they affect the brain center and sexual activity related nerve centers. The nerves can increase neural sensitivity, cause excessive excitement of the nerves, and reach the ejaculation threshold early to produce premature ejaculation;

After the inflammatory stimulation response of prostatitis, inflammatory factors reach the seminal vesicles, which are important organs for storing semen and ejaculation in the human body. Stimulating the seminal vesicles increases their excitability, leading to premature ejaculation and premature ejaculation;

Prostatitis causes changes in the prostate, especially chronic prostatitis, which can cause slight adjustments in the prostate structure. The ejaculatory duct converges with the urethra through the prostate, and after adjusting the prostate structure, it can cause changes in the pressure at the ejaculatory duct opening. When the pressure is too low, premature ejaculation can easily occur.

How to treat premature ejaculation caused by prostatitis?

1. Psychological regulation: Patients with premature ejaculation and prostatitis must strengthen psychological regulation, avoid excessive psychological pressure, and adjust their mentality. They can adjust their emotions through listening to music, outings, and other methods;

2. Diet adjustment: For patients with premature ejaculation prostatitis, their daily diet should also be adjusted. They can eat more light and digestible food, such as millet porridge, noodles, etc., less spicy and stimulating food, such as barbecue, hot pot, etc., and eat less or no greasy food, such as fried chicken.

In addition, it is also essential to eat foods containing dietary fiber, such as celery, and drink plenty of water to promote urination, which is beneficial for disease recovery;

3. Life care: Patients with premature ejaculation and prostatitis should not hold their urine for a long time, avoid prolonged sitting, avoid excessive sexual activity, pay attention to personal hygiene, frequently change and wash underwear, and rest reasonably to ensure sufficient sleep;

4. Physical therapy: Patients with premature ejaculation prostatitis can also receive microwave therapy or hyperthermia, which can promote local blood circulation and help absorb and resolve the prostatitis;

5. Drug treatment: For patients with premature ejaculation prostatitis, it is recommended to use drugs such as levofloxacin hydrochloride capsules and cefixime capsules under the guidance of a doctor to control infection. In addition, due to the thick capsule of the prostate, many drugs cannot penetrate, resulting in the elimination of superficial lesions and only temporary relief of symptoms.

The meridian-inducing drugs in Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can enter the inner capsule and treat deep prostate lesions, achieving better results.

Patients are prone to premature ejaculation and other conditions after developing prostatitis. For patients with this type of premature ejaculation, the first step in treatment is to address prostatitis, eliminate inflammation, and tonify the kidneys to improve premature ejaculation.

Therefore, patients need to receive timely treatment for prostatitis and establish confidence that they can receive effective treatment, receive more encouragement, and prevent premature ejaculation.

In addition, patients can engage in self exercise. Usually, you can do anal lifting exercises at home, such as fast contraction for 1 second, relaxation for 1 second, fast contraction for 10 seconds, and relaxation for 10 seconds. This exercise of pelvic floor muscles is helpful for prostatitis and premature ejaculation. Hot water sitz bath is helpful for prostatitis, promoting blood circulation, reducing inflammation, and also treating premature ejaculation.

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Jane Smith

Haha, just to share some health knowledge.

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