Thunder's Place

The big penis and mens' sexual health source, increasing penis size around the world.

Prostatit How Dangerous is it ?

Prostatit How Dangerous is it ?

Hey everyone.

I am 21 years old and have some form of prostatit. The Doctors in my country told me that allot of guys have it and there really wasn’t anything you could do about it. It could not be seen by Urine tests. Now, I have started to have some erection problems, some times a little pain when I take a piss and sometimes it hurts (inside the leg) to the left of the dick. Note: It always hurts here if I gently pull my dick forward, like the stretching. I do not know what this place is called in english, but if you imagine your legs as a Upsidedown V, it’s right on the left side on the middle, right next to the dick…..(I think it’s called, the groin)

My pissing also has been generally bad for like 3 years now (I have to go allot, and the pressure sux) It sometimes also feels like it should come allot more urine that it does)

Now, I wonder. Is it dangerous to not do anything about this problem. I dont live in my homecountry right now so it is allot of trouble going to the doctor…I dont speak the language….

Here are my questions

1. Will theese problems be getting worse. I allready have gotten a less hard Erection and a hard time to get it up even when I am alone. I also almost never have a hard on in the mornings any more.

2. Is there anything you could do about this problem. I know that allot of doctors just say “there is nothing to be done” out of ignorance. I have heard that you could be cured.

3. When I did my urinetests they said that nothing was wrong, although I can feel that something ceartanly isn’t right. How to make them understand, and what tests can I take to “see whats wrong”

4. Should I do PE exercises if I ahve trouble with my prostate or should I wait untill I know a bit more exactly whats wrong ? If I can do the exercises, which one is the best one to get stronger erections?

Please help me…..I do not want to risk to be impotent !!!!!

Thank you allot in Advance !!!

/Worried 2 year old Guy

I assume it’s nonbacterial inflammatory prostatitis, the most common form of prostatitis (up to 60% of the cases, happens to males at all ages). Unfortunately it’s also the least understood type. It can come and go without warning. Some inconclusive studies speculated that it’s stress related. There is no proven cure with scientific studies. All the cure claims are basically trying to swindle away your money. I paid attention to it because I was told that I’m susceptible to it even though I never had it (knock on wood), as it ran in the family.

Do you masturbate a lot? If so, stop for at least 30 days. In the meantime, PE is good for male reproductive system health. Stick to jelqs and kegels for now. Hot wrap works wonders for prostate too. Try stress reduction exercises like yoga. Reduce meat intake and eat more fruit and vegetables. I’m over 30’s and I have rock hard spontaneous wood almost every morning, no matter how stressful my workload is. I think my lifesyle has something to do with it.

Basically, it’s no big deal. So stop worrying and take it easy!


Quizás, quizás, quizás...

Another school of thought is to keep the prostate from becoming clogged with old fluid….masturbation is encouraged. Cipro is the antibiotic of choice in treating this-works well.


"God is dead"-Nietzsche

"Nietzsche is dead"-God

I suspect he’d probably masturbate too much at 21, causing inflammations. Antibiotic is more like a placebo in this situation. That’s probably why quackery is rampant for this type of diseases.


Quizás, quizás, quizás...

You need a second opinion. See a doctor again. You could have urethritis not prostatitis. In other words and STD. Failing to treat an infection of the urethra could result in strictures (If this is the case you may already have some degree of stricturing). If an infection of the epididymis is present sterility could result.

tantrex, I don’t think we can assume too much based on his description.


Check it out guys, no need to have a big dick if you ain't gonna use it!!

Quote
Originally posted by tantrex
I assume it's nonbacterial inflammatory prostatitis, the most common form of prostatitis (up to 60% of the cases, happens to males at all ages). Unfortunately it's also the least understood type. It can come and go without warning. Some inconclusive studies speculated that it's stress related. There is no proven cure with scientific studies. All the cure claims are basically trying to swindle away your money. I paid attention to it because I was told that I'm susceptible to it even though I never had it (knock on wood), as it ran in the family.

Do you masturbate a lot? If so, stop for at least 30 days…

Basically, it's no big deal. So stop worrying and take it easy!

_____

I agree that bacterial and non-bacterial prostatitis are very different animals but it is important for the victim to try to find out which type he has. It doesn’t sound to me like Photon has had a very thorough workup yet by someone who understands this disease, having been told there is nothing he can do about prostatitis, which is absolutely not true in the case of bacterial prostatitis. I’ve talked with several doctors who believe that ALL forms of prostatitis have their origin in some initial form of bacterial infection, but I leave that debate to the scientists.

Chronic bacterial prostititis will usually reveal itself through urine cultures of 3 days or more, rather than simple, visual urine inspection tests for white cells, etc. which often reveal nothing. A separate culture should be done on expressed prostate fluid and/or seminal fluid, preferably both to see what, if anything, grows from the cultures.

If bacteria is confirmed, frequent ejaculation (several times a week) helps to flush the prostate and prevent growth of bacterial colonies within the prostatic ducts which, as they build up, only make the infection more widespread. Prostatitis is unusually common, btw, among young men in military boot camp who for 6 weeks or more have no contact with sexual partners or privacy for masturbation.

Because the prostate is such a highly convoluted organ with countless nooks and crannies, most antibiotic drugs do not penetrate it. A few including Cipro, Bactrim, Doxycycline, are effective, but require fairly long courses to do the job.


_______________

avocet8

Photon, I had it.

No biggie. Go to a doctor and get him to prescribe antibiotics for you and take it for 2weeks - 1 month, it should go away.

Don’t masturbate as frequently, and wash your dick with antibiotic soaps.
If you don’t do anything about it, it’ll get worse.

Quote
Originally posted by LonerJ
Photon, I had it.

…Don't masturbate as frequently.

I wonder if you could to tell us the logic behind this advice.


_______________

avocet8

Thankyou for all replies, but I am almost as confused as before….I don’t know what to do….

Is there any risk to Become impotent ?? And should I masturbate more or less ???

Right know I live in a country where I cant speak the language, but my girlfriend can probably help me…Also, is there any chance of giving her the disease if we have unprotected sex ?

I have heard that Sperm samples can be a way of telling what type it is…although I am not sure…

Thankfull for more replies

Prostatitis is not transferable to women because they do not have prostate glands.

The only prohibition to masturbating/ejaculating during active prostatitis I have ever read or heard is in the case where ejaculation is extremely painful. Frequent ejaculations more often relieve symptoms than make them worse.

Try to relax until you get better medical information from a doctor in the country where you now live. Usually prostatitis does not interfere with erectile function until the infection is severe. That doesn’t seem to be the case with you. But worrying all the time about whether you are going to get a firm erection will very often assure that you will not get one.


_______________

avocet8

Top
Similar Threads 
ThreadStarterForumRepliesLast Post
Is anal sex dangeroussdfjsdflsjfjsjMen's Sexual Health503-17-2007 11:48 PM

All times are GMT. The time now is 09:17 AM.