especially if it continues for a long time, can cause
acute prostatitis have severe pain and fever and may
need hospitalization. Most men recover fully when treated with antibiotics.
Delaying treatment increases the risk of developing complications, such as
sepsis or an
abscess in the prostate.
Chronic bacterial prostatitis can be difficult to treat, because some
medications have a hard time reaching the prostate.
chronic bacterial prostatitis commonly have repeated urinary tract infections.
The infection may spread to the
The presence of infected
prostate stones (prostatic calculi) can make treatment of chronic
bacterial prostatitis more difficult.
Chronic prostatitis/pelvic pain syndrome, inflammatory and noninflammatory
Chronic prostatitis/pelvic pain syndrome,
noninflammatory, often get better over time without
serious complications. However, the symptoms sometimes return
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