treatment of non-bacterial prostatitis‏

what is the treatment of non-bacterial prostatitis?

1 answers - 2010-12-08

Thanks for your question. Chronic nonbacterial prostatitis is a inflammation that isn’t caused by bacteria. It’s pathology and clinical manifestations are similar to chronic bacteria prostatitis. Males  with this disease have pain in the perineum, pubis, penis, scrotum, groin, lower back and urinary tract, especially the pain in the tip of the penis and urethra. They also have urinary problems such as frequent and urgent urination, pain when urinating. It can affect the ejaculation as well, males can have pain and discomfort after ejaculating. Since the disease can bring so many annoying symptoms to males, it’s significant to find a efficient treatment to cure it timely to avoid causing heavier damage to the body.                                      
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