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What is acute bacterial prostatitis?

What is acute bacterial prostatitis? It is a result of a bladder infection or other infection that spreads from nearby organs. Those infection causes inflammation and swelling on prostate tissues, and lead to frequent urination, urgent urination, painful urination, fever, chills, pain on groin, testicles, top of penis and rectum. If you have those i mentioned above, you may have had acute bacterial prostatitis.

However, bladder infection also can causes frequent urination, urgent urination to men, so if you believe that you have had bacterial prostatitis, you should accept exam by visiting doctors.
Acute bacterial prostatitis can be caused by many bad materials, but the most common bacteria are Escherichia coli (E. Coli), Klebsiella, Proteus, Pseudomonas, Enterobacter, Enterococcus, Serratia, and Staphylococcus aureus, which are usually find in the digestive system. Normally, those bacteria are safe and won't bring harms to human beings, just like stomach acid commonly is used when digestion. But when those bacteria not stay at their places, those bacteria will bring harms to people, and acute bacterial prostatitis is a good example.
Bacteria can be detected easily in blood semen and urine. A prostate Specific antigen test can indicate an increased PSA level, indicating an abnormality in the prostate gland.  A digital rectal exam (DRE) performed by a urologist will usually detect a prostate gland that is swollen and tender to the touch, due to bacterial infection and blocked ducts that prevent blood from flushing the toxins from the body.
Generally speaking, antibiotic is one of the best treatment of acute bacterial prostatitis, but if you cannot take antibiotic because of allergic, or you have liver or kidney problems, you should choose other treatments such as exercising, massage and so on.

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