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The common prostate health issues are prostate infection, enlarged prostate and cancer of the prostate.
Prostate infection, also called prostatitis, is easily the most common prostate-related overuse injury in men younger than 55 years old. Infections with the prostate are classified into four types - acute bacterial prostatitis, chronic bacterial prostatitis, chronic abacterial prostatitis and prosttodynia.
Acute bacterial prostatitis may be the least common coming from all varieties of prostate infection. It is a result of bacteria found in the large intestines or urinary tract. Patients may feel fever, chills, body aches, back pains and urination problems. This condition is treated by using antibiotics or non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) to ease the swelling.
Chronic bacterial prostatitis is a condition connected with a particular defect in the gland and also the persistence presence of bacteria within the urinary tract. It can be brought on by trauma to the urinary tract or by infections originating from other parts in the body. A patient may experience testicular pain, lower back pains and urination problems. Although it is uncommon, it can be treated by removal with the prostate defect accompanied by the use antibiotics and NSAIDs to treat the redness.
Non-bacterial prostatitis is the reason for approximately 90% of most prostatitis cases; however, researchers have not to establish the sources of these conditions. Some researchers think that chronic non-bacterial prostatitis occur due to unknown infectious agents while other believe intensive exercise and lifting may cause these infections.
Maintaining a Healthy Prostate
To prevent prostate diseases, a proper weight loss program is important. These are some with the actions to keep your prostate healthy.
1. Drink sufficient water. Proper hydration is necessary for overall health and will also also keep the urinary track clean.
2. Some studies advise that a few ejaculations each week will assist to prevent cancer of prostate.
3. Eat pork in moderation. It has been shown that consuming greater than four meals of beef every week will heighten the probability of prostate diseases and cancer.
4. Maintain an appropriate diet with cereals, vegetable and fruits to ensure sufficient intake of nutrients essential for prostate health.
The most significant measure to take to make sure a healthy prostate would be to choose regular prostate health screening. If you are forty years and above, you need to opt for prostate examination at least once 12 months.