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Relapsed painful ext haemoroids after 5 yrs with mild prostatitis symptoms, blackish stools, swollen urethra tip. 3 w antibiotics and hydrocortisone?
No specific question: please provide a specific question, you have multiple problems, and I wish you get well soon, you need to keep a close follow up with your regular doctor, good luck ...Read more
Exam: Have your doctor assess both your hemrrhoids and your prostate. You may need suppositories and antibiotics. All the best. ...Read more
Can hemorrhoids cause prostatitis?I have a hemorrhoid flare up and been having some "drop stuck in urethra feeling" some stinging in urethra?related?
I have prostatitis ,im 23's old now i want to marry but my uro says u cant marriage bsz it will raise soical issue can i live single rest of life help?
Inflammation: There is 4 general catagories of prostatitis: 1. Acute bacterial - caused by infection 2. Chronic bacterial - recurrent bacterial infection 3. Chronic pelvic pain syndrome - may result from chronic nonbacterial prostatitis - most common (inflammation without infection) or prostadynia (symptoms without infection or inflammation) 4. Asymptomatic inflammatory prostatitis - found on biopsy. ...Read more
Perhaps: Prostate and seminal vesicle congestion is irritating? We call prostatis when we cannot make a more specific diagnosis, and you suffer irritative effects. Commonly, anti-biotics are used, and anti-inflammatories. But sex, too much or too little, has no established role. Having sex can elevate the psa test, however. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Continued pain: Prostatitis can either be acute (fast onset) or chronic (lasting for weeks/months/years). It is a painful condition that can lead to chronic pelvic pain. It is best to treat acute prostatitis with at least a 3-4 week course of appropriate antibiotics to avoid developing chronic pain. ...Read more
Sure: It's unlikely to have a major impact on the course of the illness, but it may well make you more comfortable -- even more than usual. I hope you're able to get the infection -- if it is an infection -- under control. ...Read more
Here are some...: Before starting Rx, one has to correctly diagnose the underlying causes for prostatitis so to define if from bacterial infection, non-bacterial inflammation, or regional neuromuscular disorders, etc. So, follow instructions in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html; thereby, you gain much insight on how to work closely with Doc so to reach right Dx for right Rx, care, & counseling. ...Read more
Querceten ProsatQ: Non bacterial prostatitis is often referred to as chronic prostatitis. It is also referred to as cpps or chronic pelvic pain syndrome. As the name suggests, urine and semen cultures are negative and pain is the most important symptom. Many treatments have been advocated, but few have been shown by clinical trials tobe effective. Prostaq has been shown to be helpful as well as pregabalin. ...Read more
Possibly: Pain in the perineum, the region between the anus and the scrotum, frequency, urgency and slowing of the urinary stream with a possible fever are consistent with acute prostatitis. One may see purulent discharge or yellowish ejaculate in this circumstance. This is uncommon occurring in about 5% of the prostatitis cases. More common is chronic prostatitis which would be without a fever or prostatodynia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
But Why?: First off - why would you want your partner to have the risk of acquiring the infection that is causing your prostatitis? Secondly - it will hurt. You can do whatever you want, you will survive. But i would urge you to reconsider and hold off for the time being. You'll be more comfortable and your partner will thank you later. ...Read more
No: Diagnosis of bacterial prostatitis made on basis of symptoms, exam, and an abnormal urinalysis and positive urine culture and usually treated with 2-4 weeks of antibiotics and a follow-up check. Assuming the diagnosis is correct, similar to a uti, bacterial prostatitis is neither harmful nor transmissable to your partner. ...Read more