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Acute and chronic prostatitis discussion. Arnon Krongrad, MD, moderator.

I have been suffering of chronic prostatitis on and off since 1998, recently it has become really debilitating and I am now contemplating the radical solution.

However I have read around that for some of the guys who did it,  it has been sometimes necessary to undergo some corrective surgery post LRP (like taking out some metallic clip or so), as far as I understood it was to improve urinary issue: frequency or obstruction.

I live far from US or UK,  so I am a bit concerned if I go for LRP and afterwards when I am back home I have to go for some kind of corrective surgery.

Is there anyone who can share his experience in this matter?

To the Doctors: Is it something common?

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Is possible use of  lapro-clips. absorbable clip. Minor migartion and  less complications

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