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Prostatitis Symptoms


In general, symptomatic prostatitis (acute bacterial prostatitis, chronic bacterial prostatitis, CP / CPPS) are brutal and accompanied by:


·         Fever 

·         Chills 

·         Nausea and vomiting 

·         Painful ejaculation 

·         Blood in the urine 

·         Dysuria (difficulty urinating) 

·         Burning during urination  

·         Lumbar pain, lower back or groin 

·         Decreased sexual potency (impotence ) 

·         Pain or discomfort of the testicles or penis 

·         Pain in the area between the penis and rectum  

·         Nocturia (frequent urination at night)  

·         Pain in joints and muscles.


The above conditions are considered chronic and serious if they last three months or more. They should not be neglected to avoid serious complications: 


·         Pelvic pain 

·         Painful ejaculation 

·         Chronic urinary tract infection  

·         Abscess in the prostate gland 

·         Unreasonable lack of sexual desire  

·         Urine retention or painful urination  

·         Orchiepididymitis (inflammation of the testis and epididymis) 

·         Bacteremia (Bacterial infection of the blood). 




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