prostatitis


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inflammation of the prostate gland characterized by perineal pain and irregular urination and (if severe) chills and fever

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An elevated PSA can be the result of benign conditions such as prostatitis or an enlarged prostate.
Previous studies have found a link between gum disease and prostatitis.
There is now an abundance of evidence that pollen extracts are effective at shrinking prostates enlarged by BPH and chronic prostatitis, helping to reduce annoying and ultimately dangerous lower urinary tract symptoms that occur as a result.
Saracoy-lu is known for his research on the healing effect of broccoli against prostatitis and benign prostatic hyperplasia.
The participants were all enrolled in the National Institutes of Health Chronic Prostatitis Cohort Study, which has been described previously.
This acute infection causes more obvious symptoms for the dog rather than the chronic bacterial prostatitis smoldering under the surface for long periods of time.
A CHRONIC prostatitis - long-term inflammation of the prostate gland - is a difficult condition to treat.
Research studies support the use of pelvic floor muscle therapy and acupuncture for chronic prostatitis (CP), also known as chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS).
Prostatitis occurs in approximately 10% to 15% of men and is a costly, psychologically and physically debilitating disease.
Chronic prostatitis takes one of the first places among the diseases of the male reproductive system (1, 2).
Symptoms can also be confused with prostatitis, a more simple inflammation of the prostate, often caused by bacteria.
On August 31, he experienced the same symptoms and light-headedness and chills, wrist and ankle arthalgia, and symptoms of prostatitis (perineal pain and mild dysuria).
CHICAGO -- Prostatitis is used to describe almost all pelvic complaints in men, making it the most common urologic diagnosis in men younger than age 50 and the third most common in those older than 50.
Melluzo is said to be suffering from malaria, dysentery, rat bites, depression, prostatitis and urinary dysfunction and approached the Union government for a transfer to UK jail under The Repatriation of Prisoners Act, 2003.