Granted, prostate exams aren't the most enjoyable things in the world, but they only last about 10 seconds. It's well worth it. Just think of the possible consequences if you don't get it done - Len Dawson
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While the PSA controversy continues to hog the limelight with news dribbling in on a daily basis, chronic prostatitis continues to be a challenge for both patients and their doctors.
"Prostatitis is a prevalent condition that encompasses a large array of clinical symptoms with significant impacts on men's life. The diagnosis and treatment of this disorder presents numerous challenges for urologists, most notably, a lack of specific and effective diagnostic methods.
Prostatitis category III (chronic pelvic pain syndrome) is common, very bothersome, and enigmatic. Symptoms are usually prolonged and, generally speaking, treatment results are unsatisfactory. During the…
Prostatitis is a prevalent condition that encompasses a large array of clinical symptoms with significant impacts on men's life. The diagnosis and treatment of this disorder presents numerous challenges for urologists, most notably, a lack of specific and effective diagnostic methods.
Although chronic prostatitis is extremely frequent, the study and the therapy of this invalidating disease is not always managed with necessary attention and care.
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The Prostatitis Network started in 2000 to assist men with chronic prostatitis/CPPS, and to combat the many prevailing misconceptions about the condition on the ‘net. Men were at high risk of being conned and misled by scammers in the US, China and the Philippines. This website dealt a fatal blow to those schemes, an achievement of which we’re justifiably proud! Run on an almost non-profit basis on a shoestring budget, the website will continue as long as YOU support it.
The National Center for Pelvic Pain Research (NCPPR) is a center devoted to research and treatment of pelvic pain syndromes in men and women using the Wise-Anderson Protocol. Pelvic pain syndromes treated at NCPPR include prostatitis, pelvic floor dysfunction, levator ani syndrome, chronic pelvic pain syndrome, interstitial cystitis, urethral syndrome, and pelvic floor myalgia, among other diagnoses.
BP is most commonly caused by infection from members of the Enterobacteriaceae family, but organisms from other families can be responsible and are more likely in certain high-risk populations. Escherichia coli is the most common isolate from urine cultures and is the causative agent in the majority (approximately 50% to 90%) of cases.
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