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Ranges widely. : Prostatodynia literally means prostate pain. In modern clinical practice, it is a catch-all term that includes urinary symptoms, pelvic pain, & prostate symptoms that do not have an infectious or other clear cause. Perineal/ bladder/pelvic pain, frequent & painful urination, & pain with sex & ejaculation can occur. It is likely not just the prostate, but involves nerve, muscles & bladder as well. ...Read more
Here are some ...: Prostatodynia or prostatalgia (prostate pain) has been a difficult perplexing clinical issues in term of its causes and Rx options for decades. It may result from disorders like infection/inflammation in prostate itself or some referring ache of muscle spasm or neuralgia of pudental nerve, etc. Its Rx is largely same with counseling for reality, stress relief, pelvic PT, drugs - antibiotics or... ...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
I can't get rid of prostatitis? Its about six months old! prescribed medications not worlking! i'm very upset help me..
Rare: Extremely rare for an 18 yo to have chronic prostatitis. Was it dx'd by prostatic massage or semenanalyses? Courses of antibiotics for chronic prostatitis should be rx'd for no less than 4 weeks, and possibly up to 3 months. If not caused by an infection, you may have prostatodynia. What are your symptoms? Consider zn/nsaids/ sitz baths. See a urologist. ...Read more
What treatment options are there for chronic prostatis/pelvic pain? and is this a permanent condition?
Many options: Zinc (25-50 mg daily), sitz baths, NSAIDs daily, antibiotics, alpha-blockers, surgery (TURP vs TUMT), ultrasound-guided intra-prostatic injections, neotonus chair, ....... Depends on the underlying cause of your "chronic prostatitis." Can be confused with prostatodynia or pelvic floor tension myalgia (spasm). ...Read more
Std tests neg cysto came back neg, been on antibiotics for 2 months still pain in lower abdomen and frequent painful urination pain all in pelvic area?
Painful urination: You may have prostatodynia or chronic pelvic pain syndrome. Antibiotics usually does not solve the problem, because is not actually an infection. The etiology is multifactorial, it can be aggravated by prolonged sitting, riding bikes, alcohol, caffeine, spicy foods. Antiinflammatory drugs, sitz baths and Flomax can help relieve the symptoms. Very difficult to treat sometimes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer