\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\tDoctors will specifically advise patients not to catch a cold if suffering from prostatitis. Otherwise, it may cause the condition to recur. Now, let's look at why prostatitis patients cannot catch a cold! The prostate is a relatively fragile organ in men, and many factors can cause prostatitis, among which cold stimulation is an important factor driving the prostate. Under normal circumstances, patients with prostatitis are generally afraid of the cold, which is why cold winter is the high-incidence season for prostatitis. Why should men with prostatitis avoid catching a cold? In a low-temperature environment, the excitability of the sympathetic nervous system in the male prostate is significantly enhanced, leading to significant contraction of the prostate, dilation of glandular ducts and blood vessels, poor local blood circulation, and chronic congestion of the prostate. Long-term chronic congestion can increase urethral pressure, causing urine to flow back to the prostate, leading to infection. In the long run, patients are prone to symptoms such as frequent urination, urgency, painful urination, white urine droplets, pain and discomfort in the perineal area, and lower back and abdomen. For patients with prostatitis, if they catch a cold, the chronic congestion of the prostate will become more severe, leading to repeated symptoms and worsening of the condition. Therefore, for patients with prostatitis, it is important to pay attention to local warmth and avoid getting cold in daily life, which helps with the treatment and recovery of the disease. For recurrent prostatitis, it is necessary to choose appropriate drugs such as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, which can effectively eliminate inflammation and infection and improve the patient's urethral discomfort symptoms; It can promote blood circulation in the prostate, effectively alleviate congestion and edema, and alleviate pain and discomfort in patients. Moreover, it is safe and has no side effects. Adhering to medication can eliminate symptoms and regulate the patient's body. In daily life, when treating prostatitis patients, in addition to adhering to medication, they also need to keep warm. Patients with prostatitis should keep warm by: 1. Do not sit on a cold stool when taking the bus or subway in cold weather. You can bring a cotton pad to prevent prostate cancer. 2. Pay attention to keeping the lower abdomen and lower back warm. An appropriate temperature can relax the local muscles of the prostate and alleviate swelling and congestion of the prostate. 3. Regular massage of the abdomen can also improve the ability of the prostate to ward off cold, and it is advisable to massage until the abdomen has a slight fever. 4. Drinking plenty of warm water is beneficial for keeping warm and maintaining smooth blood flow, diluting urine, flushing the urethra, and preventing infection. 5. Taking a warm water bath or using a warm water sitz bath can reduce the cold, alleviate prostate discomfort, and maintain cleanliness and hygiene in private areas.