ACUTE AND CHRONIC PROSTATITIS
Today is very well known that prostatitis is often disease in men in the age of 50 and also it make a 1/3 of urological diseases in men over 50 year old, following benign glandular prostatic hyperplasia as well cancer of prostata.
Acute bacterial prostatitis: Disturbed disorders are: general weakness, fever, pain or feeling of discomfort between the spine and the scrotum or the end of the colon, and frequent, painful and difficult urination is observed. Acute bacterial prostatitis most commonly occurs in men between the ages of 20 and 40. Disturbed disorders are: general weakness, fever, pain, or feeling of discomfort between the anus and the scrotum or in the end of the colon. In addition to the above symptoms, frequent, painful and difficult wetting occurs, and sometimes the urinary incontinence can occur. In case of suspected acute prostatitis, a prostate examination in the finishing section of the colon should be performed. The prostate is extremely painful on the touch, warm and sometimes "wet" consistency. In some cases, manure accumulation can occur within the prostate tissue, which leads to abscess (crowding), which should be surgically opened and emptied of purulent contents.
Chronic bacterial prostatitis: Due to the presence of bacteria in the tissue of the prostate, chronic bacterial prostatitis is associated with frequent recurrent acute cystitis, or inflammation of the bladder mucous membrane. In this disease, patients are mostly free from the acute phase of worsening condition.
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