Allocation in men with prostatitis. Types and causes.
Inflammation of the prostate is most often develops in men older than 50 years, but the young can not relax, because the risk is, and the 25-year-old boy. For prostatitis can manifest different symptoms, such as pain in the perineum, unpleasant cramps when urinating, discharge from the urethra, weakness, increased body temperature etc.
Discharge – liquid from the external opening of the urethra, of different transparency, color, quantity and consistency. In many cases, to determine whether the discharge should after a three-hour abstinence from urination, have a massage by pressing on the lower part of the penis from the pubis to the head.
If you experience any of the signs of the disease should immediately consult a urologist for help, because timely the disease is detected and correctly chosen treatment ensures getting rid of prostatitis and, accordingly, different selections.
How to start prostatitis and allocation
There are acute and chronic prostatitis. In the acute form, the patients have a fever, vomiting, false urge to urinate and difficulty, pain in the groin, causing discomfort and discomfort.
In rare cases, patients complain of clear or whitish purulent discharge from the urethra. Although the different allocations under this form of the disease is rare.
More often men suffer from chronic prostatitis, which is characterized by asymptomatic course, which for many years may not bother humans, thereby creating a great danger for him.
The process of the disease with the stagnation of blood in the capillaries of the pelvic organs, penetration and enhanced reproduction in the prostate of various bacteria. Then there is swelling and an increase in size of the prostate, after which the ducts become inflamed acini and exfoliated epithelial cells of mucosa.
The output channels are clogged, it begins a gradual accumulation of mucus, dead microbes, dead cells, small stones (microliths) and, as a consequence, the obstruction of the ducts of the prostate. From-for the formed tubes are formed microabscesses and accumulates pus that is pressing on the prostate through the urethra comes out.
The stagnation of secretions of the prostate is more common in chronic forms of prostatitis, what causes cheesy discharge. The prostate tissue begins to swell after penetration of pathogenic microorganisms through the vessels of the lymphatic and circulatory systems of the bladder, urethra or rectum.
With a weak immune system, any bacterium is able to start the development processof prostatitis and the emergence of different selections.
Allocations are often used by urologists to establish an accurate diagnosis. A careful study of the special attention they give to the presence of secretions lecithin (lipid) of grain, number of leucocytes and amyloid Taurus, as well as the color of the fluid itself.
The presence of pus appears greenish or yellowish color, and the pink color indicates the release of blood.
Prostatitis can also be the result of running urethritis, and any inflammation in the urethra lead to different allocations, different transparency, color, volume and texture. Such allocations are a response to infection and the manifestation of a protective reaction of the body to men on mucosal damage.
Types of secretions
There are 4 types of secretions when prostatitis.
The allocation resulting from reduced tone of the prostate. Such allocation indicate a chronic process in the prostate gland and inflammation.
Such allocation appear at the end of urination or defecation. Color and texture is whitish milk-thick liquid.
If in addition to chronic inflammation in the prostate gland are infectious agents that are transmitted during sexual intercourse, then the allocation can change your color and become translucent or yellowish.
Prostatorrhea is usually accompanied by discomfort in anus and itching in the urethra. These allocations are more likely to exhibit day, especially after the prostate massage or active movement.
However, in some cases, prostatorrhea is not a painful symptom, it can exist for many years without consequences for the organism. Such allocation is explained by a mechanical squeezing out of the secretion of the prostate with the closure of the muscle bundles or the passage of hard feces.
According to the theory known urologist of Fronstein, prostatorrhea appears as a result of prostatitis and tone disturbances of the excretory ducts of the prostate gland. The secret squeezed during a massage, it is possible to determine the presence of germs and pus, and the presence of other products of inflammation.
Net shape prestatore are rare, usually in the study doctors find other selections of spermatorrhea.
A pathological condition characterized by an arbitrary allocation of semen from the urethra. Spermatorrhea is more common in men suffering from chronic diseases of the genitourinary and Central nervous system. Often, however spermatorrhea is common among patients with chronic prostatitis.
Often the allocation ofaccompanied by pain. In case of weak muscle membrane of the VAS deferens increased pressure in the pelvis leads to discharge one or more droplets of semen.
When spermatorrhea allocation not released strong shocks, and expire slowly in small portions. Increased release of sperm occurs when the voltage of the muscles of the perineum and bowel movements.
Represent a drop of thick liquid consistency, yellow-green or yellow. They consist of urethral mucus, damaged epithelium and a large number of leukocytes. Pus appear at a sluggish course of prostatitis.
The appearance of purulent discharge from the urethra when the prostate, especially if they are accompanied by fever and pain, indicates the transition of the disease from the sluggish condition in the acute form.