Having chronic non-bacterial prostatitis. Had prostate massage and its filled with fluid. What's the treatment for it & is prostate massage dangerous?

If there is an. infection it can be spread via massage. Otherwise this somewhat old-fashioned treatment is helpful for some folks. Peace and good health. A urologist is the best type of doc to see for prostatitis.

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Had prostate massage&doctor finds that there's fluid in the prostate. More than 20 drops of fluid comes out. Chronic Non bacterial Prostatitis.?

Fluid needs exam. "Prostatitis" means "inflammation of the prostate." The prostate fluid expressed from the massage is not unexpected; what needs to be done is a microscopic examination of the fluid too if white blood cells are present. Additional testing such as culturing the fluid will determine if bacterial prostatitis exists. Read more...

What is the Treatment of Chronic Non Bacterial Prostatitis? Precautions to Take? Like Running or Walking long distance etc

Just live with it. Nonbacterial prostatitis usually is harmless, with no proved long term health consequences. An antibiotic like ciprofloxacin or levofloxacin often is tried in case of bacterial infection but usually doesn't help. Some experts believe sexual release is helpful. For sex isn't harmful either for patient or his parrtners, so don't hold back from sex or masturbation. No harm (or help) from exercise. Read more...

Does CT scan help to detect what's really going on with my prostate gland if I have chronic non-bacterial prostatitis?

CT scan, useless . Prostatitis is still a clinical diagnosis, but the use of this term has been overused, misused, and even abused for professional convenience. Nonetheless, a knowledgeable and conscientious expert should be able to make a reasonable diagnosis and provide reasonable treatment. For detail, you may go to www.Urololgyhealthy.Org or www.Webmd.Com. As to using ct for prostatitis, it's clinically useless. Read more...

Have you heard of an effective treatment for non bacterial prostatitis?

Alpha-adrenergics. Medications called alpha-adrenergic blockers help relax the muscles of the prostate gland. They include: •alfuzosin (uroxatral) •doxazosin (cardura) •silodosin (rapaflo) •tamsulosin (flomax) •terazosin (hytrin) it usually takes about 6 weeks before these medicines start working. Many people do not get relief from these medicines. Aspirin, ibuprofen, and other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Read more...

Help docs? Why is the chronic non-bacterial prostatitis so hard to cure?

Cause unknown. Nonbacterial is not uncommon but is usually a diagnosis of exclusion because the etiologic agent has not been identified. It can also develop from a noninfectious inflammatory disorder. this needs a thorough work up to make sure that an infectious agent is not present and may even benefit from empiric courses of antibiotics. Read more...