Chronic inflammation of the prostateis caused, first of all, by the development of various diseases of infectious etiology. However, the ailment can arise against the background of sexual excesses, or, on the contrary, abstinence.
Massage of the prostate is necessary in order to improveblood circulation and removal of delayed and decomposed pathological secretion from the affected lobules of the gland. The procedure should be started after relief of acute symptoms of the disease, normalization of temperature and acquiring the transparency of the second portion of urine. Prostate massage, started early and vigorously, can provoke an exacerbation of the disease and the development of epididymitis.
For the procedure, the patient should takehorizontal position. It is recommended to lay it on the right side with the knees bent and pressed to the body. Knee-elbow position is allowed. In this position, the musculature surrounding the gland is relaxed as much as possible, and the abdominal organs are pushed upward.
Prostate massage. Equipment
The procedure is performed in full conditionBladder. Thus, it is easier to approximate the gland, in addition, with the strong jet of urine leaving it, the extracted pathological secretion is removed.
On the right hand put on a rubber glove. The index finger, lubricated with petroleum jelly, is slowly introduced into the rectum. Massage of the prostate (lobules of the gland) in the first two procedures is performed only by a planar surface, sliding motion. Rough exposure can provoke a patient's discomfort in the form of tingling, tenderness in the area of the urethra and anus, giving back, sudden and sudden urge to urinate. Massage of the prostate is carried out by movements directed to the excretory ducts of the gland.
The following procedures allow easy pressure with a gradual increase in the effect.
How to massage the prostate
Dosage of movements is selected, first of all,taking into account the patient's feelings. As a rule, the procedure does not cause soreness. The force of pressure is determined by the consistency of the prostate. For the soft gland, the pressure should be negligible. If the consistency is dense, more vigorous movements are allowed. In the case of alternation of sites, the pressure corresponds to each of them.
Inflammatory process is most often localized toexternal edges of the prostate. It is necessary to pay special attention to these areas. Massage is done every other day. The duration of the procedure is not more than thirty to sixty seconds.
After the massage, the patient shouldurinate. Then the patient is washed with a bladder and a canal using a solution of potassium permanganate of a weak consistency. This is necessary in order to prevent their infection with a prominent pathological secret.
During therapy,periodic study of the secretions of the prostate. In the absence of bacteria, the presence of a small amount of leukocytes and the increase in lecithin bodies, the procedures are suspended at first for three and then for ten days. At the end of each break, a secretion study is performed. In case of a favorable result of the analysis, massage is stopped.
As practice shows, the best resultsare noted during procedures with catarrhal prostatitis. Slower massage gives an interstitial form of the disease in the presence of significant pathological changes. It is very problematic to achieve favorable results with indurative prostatitis, accompanied by persistent organic disorders. Temporary improvement from the massage occurs when exposed to a flabby atonic gland with cavities, of which secretion outflow is difficult.