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Diagnosis of Chronic Prostatitis(2)

Some doctors also check your blood or semen samples. Doctors use these tests to find out if there is evidence of microbes, white blood cells, or other infections.
When there is no acute infection, cystoscopy will be used to exclude other diseases similar to prostatitis symptoms. The cystoscope has a light source and a magnifying lens, which is inserted into the urethra and slowly enters the bladder under direct vision. The bladder and prostate can be observed.
If necessary, the doctor may also carry out other tests, such as uroflowmetry (the rate of urine flow during urination), residual urine measurement (the amount of urine left in the bladder after urination), etc.
How to choose the right doctor?
Patients usually go to the community doctor first, then the community doctor gives the patient a physical examination, evaluates the patient's symptoms, and eliminates the possibility of urinary tract infection or other diseases. After the initial diagnosis, the patients were introduced by the community doctors and transferred to the urologists or andrologists for further diagnosis and treatment.
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