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Prostatitis treatment with antibiotis needs 4-6 Weeks

Prostatitis is an inflammation of the prostate gland. It is easy for men to mixture prostatitis with urinary tract disease, so if you suspect that you have had prostatitis, please go and see a doctor to make an accurate diagnosis. Prostatitis caused by bacteria commonly classified by people into two types. One is acute bacterial prostatitis and the other is chronic bacterial prostatitis

Acute bacterial prostatitis commonly treats with antibiotic for 4 to 6 weeks. When taking antibiotic, you should adjust it according to your own condition, because not enough treating course with antibiotic makes you have resistance, but too longer treatment with antibiotic might make your liver and kidney hurt by side-effect of antibiotic. But antibiotic only can release your symptoms such as frequent and urgent urination, but not the pain, so men also have to take pain killer such as parecetamol. Men also have to take more rest and drink more water.
Chronic bacterial prostatitis needs 6 - 8 week course of antibiotics, for infection commonly hides in deep tissues of prostate gland, and specific structure of prostate gland make antibiotic hard to penetrate, so infection hard to be killed by antibiotic. This also means that sometimes an infection can persist or recur. An anti-inflammatory drug such as Voltarol (diclofenac) is used to reduce the inflammation in the prostate. 
Actually, herbal medicine could be better for chronic bacterial prostatitis. As you may know, antibiotics can produce harmful materials to damage liver and kidney, so they cannot be used for a long time. However, herbal medicine has no such problems, because it is herbal medicine. All of its materials are from nature. According to some patient who take antibiotic and Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill both told us that the curative effect of Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is better than antibiotic.

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