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What are the difference of symptoms between acute bacterial prostatitis and chronic prostatitis?

Prostatitis has acute prostatitis and chronic prostatitis. In general, prostatitis can cause obvious symptoms. Acute prostatitis and chronic prostatitis have different symptoms.


Acute prostatitis occurs suddenly and therefore, the symptoms also come rapidly. In this case, prostatitis symptoms are typically manifested as a burning sensation when urinating, frequent urination with attenuated urine and pain in the bladder region and the perineal area. Difficulty urinating and acute urinary retention are also present in some cases if there is an enlarged prostate. Prostatitis is present, often together with cystitis. In addition, there is fever and chills.


In chronic bacterial prostate infection, the prostatitis symptoms may be inlcuding:


Urinary frequency, urinary urgency, painful urination, burning sensation are common symptoms of prostatitis;
Cloudy urine, it's very common if you have a urinary tact infection.
White discharge (secretion) is outflow from the urethra after urination, known as "drops of white".
Pressure sensation or pain in the pubic region and lower abdomen (bladder region);
Feeling of pressure or pain in the perineal area;
Discomfort or pain in the testicles;
Pulling and pain in the groin;
Blood in sperm (hematospermia), when combined with seminal vesiculitis (inflammation of a seminal vesicle);
Frequent urge to urinate;
Sexual dysfunction: loss of libido, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, spermatorrhea, painful ejaculation;
Mental disorders: dizziness, fatigue, insomnia, depression, anxiety;
Complications: Infertility, rare allergic reactions.


As we can see in the above symptoms, chronic prostatitis is more complicated than acute prostatitis. Thus, if you have acute prostatitis, you should get it treated immediately. Herbal medicine named Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can help to treat acute prostatitis effectively. Traditional Chinese herbal medicine can keep a long-lasting effect, has no side effect and drug resistance. In general, suffers can recover within three months.

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