What is prostate cirrhosis

Written By The HealthMeth Team - Updated On Monday, December 13, 2021 3:00 PM


The prostate is known as a male reproductive gland, located in the lower abdomen above the bladder, and is considered primarily responsible for producing semen responsible for the successful completion of the fertilization process, given that it is surrounded by many veins responsible for blood flow in the penis to cause an erection. For many problems that affect its ability to function normally, such as cancer, enlargement, inflammation, or cirrhosis, and in this article we will explain what is prostate cirrhosis.

What is prostate cirrhosis

Prostate cirrhosis is defined as an advanced condition of prostatitis and congestion, and other disorders that afflict it, where the shape of the muscle tissue on the outside of it changes and turns into a fibrous tissue and is unable to function, and becomes only as a frame that surrounds it, knowing that it consists of two parts, namely : External fibrous muscle, internal glands, and nourished by many veins responsible for maintaining its general integrity.

Stages of prostate cirrhosis

  • The first stage: During this stage, prostate functional changes occur, especially when urinating.
  • The second stage: the patient has difficulty urinating; Because it fails to pass through the upper and lower urinary tracts.
  • The third stage: the disease progresses and begins to spread to all organs of the urogenital system.
  • The fourth stage: the chance of the disease spreading to other body systems doubles, and it spreads to the kidneys, seminal ducts, ureters, and bladder.

Symptoms of prostate cirrhosis

  • Inflammation of the kidneys and pyelon.
  • Infection with hydrocephalus.
  • Kidney failure.
  • Chronic inflammation of the prostate.
  • Lack of sexual desire.
  • The occurrence of disturbances in the process of urination.
  • Hormonal disturbances.
  • Weak immunity.
  • Arteriosclerosis.

Causes of prostate cirrhosis

Advancing age; It is one of the most important causes of prostate problems.
  • Increased secretions of the genital area, as a result of increased blood flow in it; This is due to exposure to one of the sexual stimuli, with an attempt to retain the semen, and not to empty it when needed.
  • Infection with a viral or bacterial infection, bearing in mind that such cases are difficult to define precisely due to the different symptoms.
  • Infection with a benign or malignant prostate tumor, noting that this condition affects old men.

How to diagnose prostate cirrhosis

  • Conducting accurate urinary tract examinations, to find out the possibility of infection or infected tissues.
  • Perform an ultrasound examination.
  • Magnetic resonance imaging.
  • CT exposure.
  • Cystoscopy.
  • Get a blood clotting test.
  • Knowing the level of acidic activity.

How to treat prostate cirrhosis

  • Performing surgical operations.
  • Prescribing anti-bacterial medications.
  • Prescribing nutritional supplements, such as: vitamins.
  • Gland massage.
  • Laser therapy.

How to prevent prostate cirrhosis

* Commitment to a healthy, balanced diet, eating more foods rich in protein, fiber, and vitamins, and avoiding those saturated with fats and cholesterol.
  • Stay away from smoking, and avoid it as much as possible.
  • Limit your intake of coffee and caffeinated beverages.
  • Drink more water every day, equivalent to at least eight glasses.
  • Commitment to exercising every day, for a period of at least half an hour.