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Full Name:Prostatitis Treatment
Location:Brooklyn, NY 11212
Last Login:1/16/23
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The symptoms associated with prostatitis can be caused by a number of conditions. You may be referred to a specialist in urinary and reproductive system disorders (urologist). Your health care provider will conduct a physical exam, review your symptoms and medical history, and order tests to determine the cause and rule out certain conditions.
Diagnostic tests to assess for infection will likely include:
Digital rectal exam: with this procedure, your health care provider inserts a lubricated, gloved finger into your rectum to detect inflammation of the prostate.
Urine test: you'll need to provide a urine sample to be tested for the presence and type of bacterial infection.
Blood test: blood samples may be tested for signs of infection and other prostate problems.
Prostatic specimen test. In some cases, a health care provider may gently massage the prostate during a rectal exam to release prostate fluid into your urethra. A urine sample after the massage expels the prostate fluid for bacterial testing.
If you have acute or chronic bacterial prostatitis, you'll take antibiotics. Acute disease may require intravenous (IV) antibiotics in the hospital for a short period. The entire course of antibiotic treatment is usually 4 to 6 weeks — or longer in some cases. Taking all the prescribed medication is important for eliminating the infection and reducing the risk of chronic bacterial prostatitis.
Medications, called alpha-blockers, help relax the bladder neck and the muscle fibers where your prostate joins your bladder. This treatment might ease urinary symptoms, such as painful or difficult urination. While this is commonly prescribed for men with chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome, it may be prescribed to relieve urinary symptoms of bacterial infections.
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