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How do you know what type of prostatitis you have had?

Acute bacterial prostatitis is the easiest of the three conditions to diagnose because it comes on suddenly and the symptoms require quick medical attention. Not only will you have urinary problems, you may also have a fever and pain and, occasionally, visible blood in your urine. Your urine may be cloudy, and microscopic examination of the urine specimen will be loaded with white blood cells and bacteria.

If you don't have had prostatitis before, you may not know what prostatitis it, let alone how many types this disease have. Actually, prostatitis is a disease occurs on prostate gland. This disease can happen on men at all ages except young boy. Prostatitis has four common types which are acute bacterial prostatitis, chronic bacterial prostatitis, chronic nonbacterial prostatitis and Chronic prostate pain syndrome(CPPS). Since prostatitis has so many types, how to diagnose which types you are involved?
Symptom is the major hit. Although most of symptoms of acute bacterial prostatitis and chronic bacterial prostatitis are same, symptoms of acute type happen quickly and badly. Those symptoms in acute type commonly last for weeks and can be cured by antibiotic easily. If it is chronic bacterial type, the symptoms commonly last for week and even months. Chronic type patients cannot experience fever and chills which only belong to acute type.
If you don't have any types, which is possible, you should choose other ways to make a diagnosis. You can go to hospital to take some tests such as DRE, semen test and so on.
Although antibiotic can cure all types of prostatitis, herbal medicine named Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is one of the best choice. This pill not only can reduce symptoms but also can enhance immunity system. Commonly, three months treatment is enough. What's more, the relapse rate of this disease is very low too because of the enhanced immunity system.

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