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Prostatitis

Also called: Inflammed Prostate, Prostate Inflammation,

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Your question provided specific and helpful details. It was a great question... Right up to the beginning of your final sentence. Why would...
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Hi It would have been nice to know how long between your last bout and this new one, or is just a carryover.Chronic prostatitis – the most common...
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I am surprised at the fact that  you have all these diagnosis.  And test results.  But have not been treated for the symptoms. ...
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You will need to see  your urologist. You could be having retrograde ejaculations. This is where the ejaculation goes into the bladder instead...
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Prostatitis should not cause redness/soreness at the tip of the penis, so you are correct. There is likely another cause. Unfortunately, it would not...
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Studies do not show that saw palmetto reduces prostatitis symptoms.Saw palmetto has been shown in some small studies to help symptoms ...
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Sure does - there are actually 4 types of prostatitis. Symptoms of long-term (chronic) prostatitis are often mild and start slowly over weeks or...
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Prostatitis is an infection or inflammation of the prostate. It can affect men in their late teens to the elderly. There are four types of...
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Prostatitis is often described as an infection of the prostate. It can also be an inflammation with no sign of infection. Just 5% to 10% of cases are...
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Types of prostatitis include: Acute bacterial prostatitis. A sudden bacterial infection marked by inflammation of the prostate. This is the least...
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How the prostate becomes infected is not clear. The bacteria that cause prostatitis may get into the prostate from the urethra by backward flow of...
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You may have no symptoms of prostatitis or symptoms so sudden and severe that you seek emergency medical care. When present, symptoms include:...
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If your doctor suspects that you have prostatitis or another prostate problem, he or she may refer you to a urologist (a doctor who specializes in...
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Treatments vary among urologists and are tailored to the type of prostatitis you have. Correct diagnosis is crucial and treatments vary. It's...
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Chronic prostatitis affects men differently, with varying degrees of discomfort or pain. Prostatitis is not a contagious disease. You can live your...
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