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

Dr Krongrad,

Epididymitis has long been associated with chronic prostatitis; in fact, most urologist I have seen down the years have said epididymitis in itself is a symptom of chronic prostatitis.

As a last resort, if I opt to have my c.p. treated by radical prostate removal, would that also cure the epidymitis? Or would I be left in the unenviable position of having no prostate gland after surgery, yet still suffering the severe testicle pain which I suffer now?

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Since we appear to have exhausted the topic of prostate surgery and epididymitis, you may want to continue on the finasteride discussion.

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