Inflammation of the prostate gland Prostatitis — the prostate gland is a male urogenital glandular organ. It looks like a chestnut, length 3-4 cm, width 3-5 cm. It is located in the small pelvis, below the bladder; seminal ducts open in it and urine passes through it. It has the function of holding urine, as there are two urinary sphincters responsible for this function in its borders — above and below.
Sexual act, sex (coitus, intercourse) when an erect penis penetrates the vagina for the purpose of sexual pleasure, reproduction, or both. Also known as vaginal intercourse or vaginal sex. Other forms of sexual intercourse include: anal sex (anal sex, anal penetration of the penis)
Diabetes affects almost all systems of the human body, including the genitourinary system. On the one hand, as a result of decompensation of carbohydrate metabolism, patients with diabetes mellitus develop neuropathy, vasculopathy, which leads mainly to functional disorders, on the other hand, diabetes mellitus causes the development of infectious-inflammatory diseases of the genitourinary system.
The prostate gland is an unpaired glandular organ of the male, which is located behind the base of the penis and below the bladder. Through the prostate passes the urethra, which carries out the excretion of urine from the bladder.
Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted infection that is transmitted by the pathogen Chlamydia trachomatis. Chlamydia can affect the cervix, fallopian tubes, uterus, throat, urethra, and scrotum and is the most common sexually transmitted bacterial infection.
The term urinary tract infection refers to a range of clinical situations, from asymptomatic bacteriuria to severe purulent inflammation of the kidneys, which can result in sepsis (blood poisoning). Urinary tract infections are among the most common infectious diseases and are considered to be a major problem for society.
Testicular cancer is a malignant neoplasm that develops in the testicles. The testicles are male sex glands that produce spermatozoa and also the male sex hormone testosterone, which is responsible for the secondary signs of the male sex (hair growth in some areas of the face and body). , voice change, etc.).
Most often, neoplasms from the organs of the genitourinary system occur in the prostate, bladder and kidneys. World statistics claim that prostate cancer is the most common in the world, but Armenia's statistics contradict world data. Bladder cancer is more common in our country.