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Prostatitis is a condition marked by the inflammation of the prostate gland.
It is a small, walnut-shaped organ in males, that is found just below the bladder and is responsible for producing seminal fluids.
It is the most common urological problem that affects males under the age of 50 and 3rd most common urological condition in men above 50 years of age.
Prostatitis can be classified into several different types based on the underlying cause and the adversity of symptoms. These include
Prostatitis symptoms might vary based on the type and severity of the ailment. The following are some common indications and symptoms:
Bacterial infections, non-bacterial inflammation, pelvic floor muscle dysfunction, and autoimmune illnesses are all possible causes of prostatitis. Non-bacterial prostatitis can be caused by pelvic trauma, stress, or unknown reasons.
Our experts, at Surya Hospital, use a comprehensive approach to properly diagnose and treat prostatitis. These include:
Treatment options for prostatitis are determined by the type and severity of the illness. Our trained urologists will create a treatment plan that is unique to each patient's needs. Treatment options may include:
Two of the most common complications of prostatitis are prostatic abscess, prostate stones, epididymitis and bacteremia.
Yes, prostatitis can impact your fertility by affecting sperm quality. The problem can however be managed with proper medical intervention.
Although prostatitis can give rise to a variety of unpleasant symptoms and complications, it is not malignant and neither increases the risks of cancer.
Yes, healthy lifestyle modifications like maintaining proper hygiene, taking enough fluids, and avoiding stress can help in managing prostatitis.
Prostatitis is the third most common urologic problem seen in males above 50 years of age and the leading urologic condition seen in young men.
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