What are symptoms of chronic bacterial prostatitis? Smelly cum?

Semen odor. And consistency is related to diet, frequency of sex more than prostatitis, which is irritative causing urinary symptoms, and may be be urine odor. We suspect bacterial cause, but we cannot culture the prostate; we culture urine that passes through the prostatic urethra. Prosca treatment, seed implants, cause chronic prostatis sometime. We frankly do not know specific cause.

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Urine cultures came back negative, and a semen culture also came back negative. How certain can I be that I don't have Chronic Bacterial Prostatitis?

CBP. That's a very good question. CBP is difficult to treat. The prostate is enveloped in a capsule which makes it difficult for antibiotics to penetrate. In general 3 weeks of antibiotic course is used but there are doctors who treat far longer than this due to symptoms not abating. Prostatic massage with fluid collection can be done in addition to what you mentioned. Are you symptomatic? Read more...

I have chronic bacterial prostatitis. Had many midstream urine cultures, and 1 semen culture, which shows nothing but WBC in semen. Are there other tests?

Prostatitis. M of unknown age: Notes: I have chronic bacterial prostatitis.Had many midstream urine cultures,and 1 semen culture,which shows nothing but WBC in semen.Are there other tests? ANS: Without knowing how old you are, your recent sexual history and tests for STD or what you prostate feels like and what treatments you have had I can only recommend you ask your team. They know you best. Read more...

Positive semen PCR chlamydia. Mainly urethra tip discomfort 24/7. Rx? Is this chronic bacterial prostatitis? Unprotected oral unknown partner. Plzhelp

Chronic pelvic pain? Chlamydia doesn't cause prostatitis, and is rarely acquired by oral sex -- maybe false positive test? Maybe chronic pelvic pain syndrome, or genital anxiety, not true prostatitis. You've been asking repeated questions. Follow your doctor's advice, or see an infectious diseases specialist or urologist. Your situation is too complex for a forum like this; don't expect any further advice. Good luck. Read more...

As Chronic Non-bacterial prostatitis generally comes and goes. How often until it goes when symptoms have kicked back in.?

Prostatitis. It is variable and individual. Sometimes it will go away with just time. However, many men need to treat it. At Greater Boston Urology we recommend anti inflammatory meds, avoidance if spicy food caffeine and alcohol, soaking in a hot tub of water for 29 min at night and frequent ejaculation to relieve congestion. If those measures don't bring relief in several days then we would want to see u. Read more...

When is bacterial prostatitis considered chronic? I've been dealing with symptoms for two months. Can it be cured?

Probably at. Six months. Prostatitis comprises of infectious and inflammatory components. It can be difficult to control once you lose control of acute phase. Protracted course of antibiotics up to one or two months is sometimes needed. Life style modifications such as moderate exercise and avoiding protracted sitting or standing, hydration, hot baths are just as important. See a urologist. Read more...

Can chronic non-bacterial prostatitis be cured?

Here are some ... This diagnosis is a potpourri of various still unknown prostate-related disorders. Thus far, some mystery surrounding it is still in the cloud, its reasonable care options are available ranging from taking alpha-blocker, pelvic floor muscle exercise, possible drug use for pelvis nerve (pudental) neuropathy or even nerve block, etc. In short, it's manageable but not necessarily curable. More? Ask. Read more...

Why is chronic non-bacterial prostatitis hard to cure?

Unknow? Remember: behind what we know always hides a lot of what we still don't know chronic non-bacterial prostatitis is a diagnosis of exclusion. The above fact and notion applies to it also. In management, to a sense, we handle its related symptoms including irritative or obstructive voiding symptoms or local discomfort with medications, reassurance, adjusting expectation... See expert as needed. Read more...

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

Prostatitis. mainly, because it is not caused by bacteria and therefore does not respond to any anabiotic. since we don't know what starts the information process, we really don't know how to turn it off. Read more...