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What kind of medicine is best for a man with chronic prostatitis?

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Dr. Steven Tucker
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Tough problem

Initial therapy is long term antibiotics (1 month).
If still no success one can consider medicine to shrink the prostate (finasteride/dutasteride) or herbal programs w saw palmetto and beta-sitosterol. Anti-inflammatories may help too.

In brief: Tough problem

Initial therapy is long term antibiotics (1 month).
If still no success one can consider medicine to shrink the prostate (finasteride/dutasteride) or herbal programs w saw palmetto and beta-sitosterol. Anti-inflammatories may help too.
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