If you have symptoms related to prostatitis, even before knowing the results of the exams, your
doctor may recommend that you take appropriate amount of rest accompanied
antibiotherapy. Antibiotics should be taken exactly as prescribed by your doctor to avoid drug resistance or
recurrence of the infection.
often simple and usually last four weeks or less.
Chronic prostatitis treatment, however, is often difficult and durable
. In addition, in severe form of prostatitis, you may be required to be hospitalized to take the medications by
injection. In case of painful urination
(dysuria) or prostatitis related pain, along with antibiotics, your urologists can recommend you to take:
analgetics, alpha blockers (or adrenergic alpha-antagonists)
drugs. Some of common antibiotics used to treat bacterial prostatitis include:
resection of the prostate
is rarely used in prostatitis treatment. It consists of visualizing the prostate gland through the urethra and
removing abnormal tissue by dissection. This method, however, is not recommended for young people and can lead to
infertility and other serious medical conditions.
- massage of the prostate
gland is a painless procedure done with delicacy. The massage is practiced by some doctors as a treatment
against chronic prostatitis and in certain other medical conditions that can cause the prostate gland to swell
It is aimed at evacuating the excess prostatic fluid and/or alleviating painful congestion of the prostate. Its
effectiveness, however, is controversial.
increase your chasnce of recovery, it is extremely important to play an active role during the treatment in
living a healthy lifestyle. It is recommended, to prevent recurrence or complication, avoid spicy foods, tobacco
Sex is not prohibited, however, it would be better not to take sexual enhancement pills or any synthetic sex
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