What are the secretions with prostatitis?


Table of contents

  • Etiology of excretions
  • Prostareeya in men
  • Spermatorrhea and other discharge
  • Diagnosis and treatment

Prostatitis in men is an inflammatory disease of the prostate. This pathology is found in men both in mature and in old age. This ailment can occur in a chronic or acute form. In addition, it can be conditionally divided into 2 forms: caused by microorganisms and another etiology. It is accompanied by various symptoms. Patients with this pathology have pain. They are localized in the lower abdomen, in the side. The pain often gives in the crotch, scrotum. Characteristic disorders of excretion of urine. Patients are concerned about frequent urge to go to the toilet, including at night. There may be pain when urinating, burning. With acute prostatitis, fever can occur, headaches, weakness, malaise, myalgia occur.


Often, prostatitis can be accompanied by secretions from the urethra. Allocations are yellowish, white or greenish. In chronic course, the symptoms are less pronounced or nonexistent, excretions are very rare. Prostatitis not only reduces health and well-being, but also affects sexual function, attraction. Let's consider in more detail, what can be allocation at a prostatitis, the reasons of occurrence.

Etiology of excretions

In most cases, prostatitis develops against the background of the penetration of bacteria or other microorganisms. With prostatitis, excretions are observed precisely for this reason. This group includes a conditionally pathogenic flora, represented by E. coli, cocci, proteus and other pathogens. Almost all of them are normal inhabitants of skin and mucous membranes, but under certain conditions can cause inflammation of the prostate. Preconditions for the appearance of secretions are hypothermia, the presence of foci of chronic infection of the genitourinary system, inactivity, irregular sexual life. Of great importance is that bacteria quickly penetrate into the tissues of the prostate gland in the presence of stagnant blood processes.

The most common findings are observed with a severe prostatitis. In this case, a large number of pathogens can be detected in the secretions. In some cases, excreta can become a material for conducting laboratory tests. If there are purulent discharge, then they, in addition to microorganisms, contain a large number of leukocytes. All this indicates a rapid development of inflammation and activation of the body's defenses. The nature of the secretions of prostatitis can be different.Isolate such varieties as prostatorea, spermatorrhea, purulent and mucous discharge.


Prostareeya in men

Similar discharges are observed in chronic inflammatory diseases. It can be prostate adenoma, a neurogenic bladder. Very often accompanied by similar allocation of prostatitis. Allocations in chronic prostatitis occur against the background of a decrease in the tone of the muscle fibers that are present in the ducts of the prostate gland. The peculiarity is that they appear after the end of the discharge of urine or at the end of the emptying of the intestine. The discharge has a thick consistency and milky color. In some cases, with the addition of secondary infection (chlamydia. gonorrhea, trichomoniasis) they can change and acquire a different color.

Men experience a certain discomfort. There is burning or itching in the perineal region or in the urethra. In most cases, prostatria is observed in the daytime. Provoking factors can be prostate massage and active movement. It should be noted that such secretions with chronic prostatitis may not have any effect on a person, without causing discomfort. Nevertheless, this is an occasion to call a doctor. It is important that in the laboratory study of the secret, various bacteria are found in it.

Spermatorrhea and other discharge

Often with prostatitis, you can find a spermatorrhoea. The name speaks for itself. This is a condition in which seminal fluid can spontaneously separate from the urethra. An additional symptom may be severe pain. Like prostatherapy, these secretions are characteristic for chronic pathology, in particular for prostatitis. Most often they are meager. The volume can be about 1-2 drops. It is important that with normal ejaculation the sperm is ejected under pressure, in this case it expires slowly, continuously. Allocations can be purulent. This may indicate that the disease is exacerbating.

Pus is a viscous, yellowish-green liquid that contains various components: the epithelium of the mucous membrane of the prostate gland or ducts, mucus, leukocyte cells, bacteria. Purulent inflammation can spread to other organs (for example, the bladder). In addition, the purulent process is fraught with the development of complications: sclerosis, infertility. Muco-purulent discharge is a sign of bacterial prostatitis. They are not accompanied by painful sensations and leak unnoticed for a sick person.


Diagnosis and treatment

To diagnose the nature of the discharge, there are enough external characteristics: color, odor, consistency. In order to accurately determine the composition, a laboratory test will be required. In order to eliminate the discharge, it is necessary to cure the underlying disease. In this situation, it is prostatitis.

Treatment of prostate inflammation involves the use of various antibacterial agents.

The best result is given by drugs from the group of fluoroquinolones, macrolides, tetracyclines. The following drugs are used for treatment: "Ciplofloxacin "Ofloxacin "Doxycycline "Bactrim". Patients should comply with bed rest, rest.

If the secretions are accompanied by itching, then antihistamines can be used. In the presence of pain, painkillers from the NSAID group are shown. To remove puffiness and inflammation, it is advisable to use antiandrogens. They help to reduce the secretion of the prostate, reduce blood flow. It must be remembered that such remedies are only used for a short time. Compresses can have a positive effect. Allocations are often accompanied by a violation of excretion of urine.



To improve urination, it is recommended to use alpha-1-adrenoblockers. Do not neglect and local treatment with herbs. Thus, the allocation of inflammation of the prostate can be different. When they appear, you do not need to engage in self-medication, you should immediately contact a doctor-urologist or andrologist. The main method of treatment is medication with the use of antibacterial agents.