Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Mikhaylov I.V.

Kuban State Medical University, Professor of Department of Urology, DSc

Evaluation of the development time and characteristics of the clinical manifestations of chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome in men, taking into account the age and body weight according to UPOINT classification

Year: 2020, volume 16 Issue: №1 Pages: 69-72
Heading: Urology Article type: Original article
Authors: Popkov V.M., Loyko V.S., Mikhaylov I.V.
Organization: Kuban State Medical University, Saratov State Medical University

Objective: to study the terms and clinical features of chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CP/CPPS) development using UPOINT classification in men from 32 to 60 age depending on body weight. Material and Methods. A total of 121 men with CP/CPPS with various body weight aged by 32-60 years were observed. Body Mass Index (BMI) was used to prove absence or presence of overweight and obesity. The diagnosis of CP/CPPS in patients was based on the information of anamnesis, analysis of health cards and case histories. Differential diagnosis of CP/CPPS forms was organized by the cytological and bacteriological studies of prostatic secretion. Results. Only 26.4% of patients with CP/CPPS showed normal body weight. It was observed that in men with excess body weight and obesity the CP/CPPS developed at more earlier periods of their life. The differences of phenotype and clinical manifestations in patients with obesity and normal body index were determined according to the UPOINT classification. Conclusion. The risk of chronic pelvic pain syndrome development in men with obesity (BMI>30) under the 45 years increases in 2.3 times compared to men with normal body weight. The results of men phenotyping with chronic pelvic pain syndrome and obesity snowed the prevalence for P, О and N domains from UPOINT classification thus represent the predominance of disuric symptoms with expressed psychogenic features on the background of pain feelings outside the pelvis.

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