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what is prostatitis‏

I suspect that I have prostatitis and chlamydia.

1 answers - 2012-04-03

Doctor
The prostate gland is part of the male reproduction system, and it helps secrete fluids that transport a man's sperm. The prostate gland is located just below the bladder and it surrounds the urethra, which is the tube that drains the bladder. When the prostate gland becomes infected, the prostate gets irritated and it becomes inflamed, causing it to swell.Prostatitis can cause painful, burning, or frequent urination. You may have a fever or pain in your lower back or genital area.

If you have bacterial prostatitis, your doctor can give you an antibiotic to fight the infection. If you keep getting infections, you may have a defect in your prostate that allows bacteria to grow.Antibiotics will not help nonbacterial prostatitis. As a result, the best treatment of prostatitis is to use  traditional Chinese medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory pill.                                    
Released in 2012-04-03