Sunday, June 23, 2013

What Should You Know About Acute Bacterial Prostatitis?

Acute bacterial prostatitis which is rare belongs to is a type of prostatitis. Prostatitis has four types, acute bacterial prostatitis caused by a potentially life-threatening bacterial infection of the prostate gland, nonbacterial prostatitis, asymptomatic prostatitis and chronic bacterial prostatitis.
What can cause acute bacteria prostatitis?

Following things can cause acute bacterial prostatitis for men:
•Common bacteria that live in the bowel flora 
•Damage to the prostate gland following surgery 
•Catheter passed into the bladder may sometimes let bacteria travel to the prostate 
•Sexually transmitted disease

What are the symptoms of acute bacteria prostatitis?

Acute bacterial prostatitis generally presents with typical symptoms that include severe pain in and around the base of the penis and behind the scrotum. Men may also experience a variety of urinary symptoms similar to a urinary tract infection which are bloody urine (hematuria), a strong sudden urge to urinate (urgency) and an urge to urinate frequently (frequency). Patients also can experience lower back pain, fever, chills, and nausea and other symptoms that only acute prostatitis can cause.
Treatment of acute bacteria prostatitis
Acute bacterial prostatitis can be cured by antibiotic and herbal formula. Generally speaking, this type of prostatitis can be cured with 14 days treatment with antibiotic, but some men who cannot take antibiotic can take herbal formula, because it has no drug resistance. What’s more, antibiotic has side-effect, so if you don’t want to affect liver or kidney diseases, you’d better take herbal formula. This herbal formula named Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill has no side-effect and liver and kidney won’t be hurt. This pill made of more than 40 rarely herbs, so it can promote blood circulation, improve Qi, clear away heat and toxic materials, and release pain. If you are interested in this pill, please feel free to contact us and our emails,

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