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after dealing with "prostatic" symptoms for 6 months now, the urologist recommended a biopsy. On Feb. 7,  12 biopsies were performed. All Bxs came back negative and the report says "mild atrophy and…Continue

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Prostatitis is commonly associated with pain and urinary and sexual dysfunction. It may also be associated with prostate-nonspecific symptoms, such as fatigue and depression. This group examines signs and symptoms asssociated with prostatitis.See More
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Arnon Krongrad, MD replied to mauricio chenlo's discussion biopsy report
"There can be a correlation between inflammation and pain. For example, a urine infection can result in both inflammatory reaction and symptoms, including pain.   A prostate biopsy is not generally used to diagnosed and/or guide the treatment of…"
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Arnon Krongrad, MD replied to mauricio chenlo's discussion biopsy report
"Why are you lost, Mauricio? What is the connection between the biopsy findings and the symptoms?"
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biopsy report

after dealing with "prostatic" symptoms for 6 months now, the urologist recommended a biopsy. On Feb. 7,  12 biopsies were performed. All Bxs came back negative and the report says "mild atrophy and mild chronic inflammation". I'm totally lost here. There were some small calcifications shown in the TURS, dr. said they were normal and are not suppose to be the cause of infl. I've read a report from dr. Shoskes in which they have tried an antibiotic protocol for long time prostatisi/ccps…See More
Feb 24, 2011

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If you have been diagnosed with prostatitis, please tell us your story: age, duration of symptoms, treatments, results, and the like.
began with an UTI in Dec. 2009, i did recover partially, but always felt the lower abdominal and back pain. Symptoms began again in mid July 2010, urinary pain emerged en mid August. Was given sulfameth for a month now change to cipro. today after a month on ant. I felt like going back to square 1. Still waiting for results.
Update: Had a biopsy on Feb. 2011 Findings: Benign tissue and mild chronic prostatitis.In August 2011 had TURP performed in Raleigh. Results: urinary flow is definitely better. After recovery I still feel sore in lower abdomen; groins and legs. No "golf ball" sensation. DRE confirmed that prostate is not swollen or enlarged.
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At 6:20pm on October 24, 2010, mauricio chenlo said…
Just finished the 10 session treatment with dr Polacheck from Tucson AZ. The treatment seems fairly simple and effective: lab work to find bacteria (they found Streptococcus Mitis +2 and Staph +1). After a week of lab work and massages, dr. gave me antibiotics (Cefdinir and Azithromycin). We also spent quite a bit of time on education. Dr. Polacheck seems like an "old fashion" doc with quite a bit of wisdom based on the practice of seen hundreds of patients with prostatitis. I also had a chance to tour and climb some mountains in the Tucson area. Mauricio Chenlo
At 2:51pm on October 25, 2010, Arnon Krongrad, MD said…
Thanks for the update, Mauricio.

Which symptoms had you had before going?
What was the effect of treatment?
At 3:02pm on October 25, 2010, Arnon Krongrad, MD said…
"lower abdominal pain; lower back pain; painful urination/ejaculation; golf ball pressure. The main effect of the massages (which I began at home before going to Tucson) was the reduction of the size of the prostate, which it had all kind of benefits: better urinary flow; almost normal erections; lack of of golf ball effect."

Excellent. Please keep us posted.

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