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Does drinking soda cause prostatitis?

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Among the many factors that have an impact on prostate inflammation and can exacerbate prostatitis symptoms is stress and one’s choice of foods and beverages.
The most common foods known to trigger prostatitis symptoms include: spicy foods, hot peppers, alcohol, acidic and citrus foods, caffeine, and carbonated beverages. Trial and error is required to best determine an individual’s own triggers.

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Among the many factors that have an impact on prostate inflammation and can exacerbate prostatitis symptoms is stress and one’s choice of foods and beverages.
The most common foods known to trigger prostatitis symptoms include: spicy foods, hot peppers, alcohol, acidic and citrus foods, caffeine, and carbonated beverages. Trial and error is required to best determine an individual’s own triggers.
Dr. Gregory Lewis
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Dr. Patricio Gargollo
Pediatrics - Urology

In brief: No

No but the caffeine in these beverages can in some cases bladder and prostate irritation especially if taken in large quantities.
Patricio gargollo, pediatric urology, dallas, texas.

In brief: No

No but the caffeine in these beverages can in some cases bladder and prostate irritation especially if taken in large quantities.
Patricio gargollo, pediatric urology, dallas, texas.
Dr. Patricio Gargollo
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