A member asked:

Prostate infection, how long does it take to fix?

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Dr. Stephen Chinn answered

Specializes in Urology

Acute- usually 10-14 days of antibiotics vs chronic - 6-12 weeks of therapy with ~50/50 chance of long-term "cure.".

Answered Sep 13, 2013



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