Depends on age/cause. There are two types. One is a bacterial infection that needs to be treated with an antibiotic. The other cause is chronic and is treated with several medications-antibiotics, pain medication and medications to relieve symptoms of frequent urination, painful urination and feeling of inadequate emptying of the bladder. .
Prostatitis. There are other conditions that have symptoms like prostatis and there are several types of prostatitis. So it's important to be evaluated by your doctor first.
Antibiotics. Depends on the cause. Usually bacterial in nature, antibiotics are used and preferably if the exact bacteria is identified. Also, medications that shrink the prostate and open up the urethra can also be used. Antiinflammatories are sometimes used to reduce swelling and discomfort.
Antibiotics. You need antibiotics for this infection of the prostate. Read more...
What would be the best treatment for non specific prostatitis? What's the best antibiotics and for how long? And how do you know you have it?
Non specific prostatitis. Usually acute prostatitis treated with antibiotics called Quinolones such as Cipro, (ciprofloxacin) Levaquin + treatment is 2-4 weeks. Sulfa + Penicillin antibiotics also work. , With your history of STD, what infection caused STD-nonspecific, Gonorrhea , or Syphilis -this could be infecting prostate A doctor does rectal exam, to palpate this gland for swelling, tenderness , discharge to diagnosis. Read more...