9 months after accute crisis I had, so far I am experiencing in a chronic manner the bellow issues:
1- continuous numbling in teh scortum area
2- Some time pain in testicles, reliefed by ejaculation.
3 Sporadic erectil disfunction
Just saw my doctor today. He asked me to do a spermoculture and ATB to better define the antibiotique for teh next treatement. I was wondering if I should also do an ECBU to see of the urine has a bacteria as well!
Looking forward for any…"
"You are reporting a range of prostate signs and generalized symptoms, ranging from back pain to fatigue to anxiety to reduced libido to prostate tenderness. Since each of these can be either a cause or effect and since each can be caused by many…"
What would be the best option forward knowing that I was 6 weeks under Bactrim and I did no exams apart from the echography? What shall I suggest to my doctor in order to deepen the analysis.
"If only Bactrim gets in, then why do so many cases of acute prostatitis respond completely to quinolone antibiotics?
Yes, Bactrim is older than cephalosporins, fluoro-quinolones, and other antibiotics. It still kills sensitive bacteria. Either way,…"
"Thanks for your reply.
When my doctor put me under BActrim, he told me that this is the only antibiotic that could penetrate teh prostate. Another doctor told me that Bactrim is a quite old Antibiotic and not anymore effective as most of teh…"
"Let's distinguish an ultrasound finding from clinical symptoms. The reality is that calcifications are found in many men who have absolutely no symptoms. For example, we seem them routinely in asymptomatic men who are having prostate biopsy on…"
Thanks a lot for your feedback. The echography shows a multiple calcifications attesting of anterior priostatitis not correctly treated. I ve the following concerns:
- Can the calcifications cause recurrent infections and how to get rid of…"
"Joe, from a clinical perspective, you're not really making the argument for chronic prostatitis. It all sounds pretty acute. And from a radiological perspective, it's not even clear which criteria are being used here to diagnose chronic…"
Hi Everybody.Few weeks back, I discovered an acute prostititis over a chronic one. I was really surprised not to have noticed that before and I could recall the discomforts I may have from time to time without really knowing its origin.Two months back, I was suffering from a lower back & hips pain. As it was linked to a tiredness and some anxiety I automatically told my self that it has certainly a visceral origin. When visiting the Urologist, he examined me manually and the prostate touch…See More