June 24, 2011 by Prostate Dr. · Comments Off
There are many possible causes for prostatitis and quite often these different causes trigger different symptoms. However, chronic/acute prostatitis symptoms cannot be easily differentiated for they are often similar with respect to the symptoms of other non-urological or urological diseases.
Generally the symptoms of prostatitis includes:
- urinary frequency
- frequent urination during night time
- problems in urinating
- burning or painful urination
- experiencing low-back pain and perineal
- muscle or joint pain
- tender or swollen prostate
- blood in the urine (called hematuria)
- painful ejaculation.
Howevere…»»Read more: Acute prostatitis symptoms
October 16, 2009 by Prostate Dr. · Comments Off
We will now deal with the acute prostatitis signs and symptoms. In cases of hematogen origin, this disorderdoesn’t provoke urinary tract pains. On the other hand, it starts with high fever, chills, nausea, vomit.
Prostatitis may occur in conjunction with epididymitis or orchitis, especially if caused by an Sexually Transmitted Disease, in which case symptoms of the accompanying condition may also be present.
The symptoms of acute prostatitis are as follows:
- In the…
September 1, 2009 by Prostate Dr. · Comments Off
Tests & Lab Analysis
Your health care provider may perform a physical examination to assess the prostate (warm, soft, swollen, or tender), the groin lymph nodes (enlarged or tender), the scrotum (swollen or tender), and the urethra (discharge).
Triple-void urine specimens (also called the three-glass test) may be collected for urinalysis and urine culture:
- initial stream- helps identify urethral flora
- mid-stream- after prostatic massage- identifies prostatic flora
- after prostatic- corresponds to the vesical flora
Note: Sometimes…»»Read more: Prostatitis symptoms diagnose