Acute and chronic prostatitis discussion. Arnon Krongrad, MD, moderator.
Has anyone else noted that as time passes prostatitis symptoms seem to change with time? Not for the better, but just like a evolution of the disease/symptoms
I remember a bad flare years ago was just frequent urination. Now bad flares can be felt in the legs and back, along with the prostate.
As the frequent urination becomes less, another equally bothering symptom takes form. From what i read this seems to be very common.
Anyone else notice this. prostatitis really is like a curse from a mean old witch
Imnotcrazy--That's great news! Congratulations to you! I had read somewhere that one of Dr. Bahn's assistants said that nobody had been able to knock out their prostatitis permanently, instead, they all had to come back a few times a year for additional shots. Is that your expectation as well, or are you thinking that there's a chance that Dr. Bahn's shots can knock this out for good? Does Dr. Bahn think that he can knock it out completely? If so, that would certainly be good news, and proof that the antibiotics are working. If not, that would suggest that it's just the temporary effect of the steroids that is helping people. Thanks for you help, and glad to hear you are doing well!