Prostatitis: the Inflamed prostate
September 1, 2009 by Prostate Dr.
Prostatitis is the inflamation of the prostate gland, and can be either:
- acute prostatitis
- chronic prostatitis
- chronic bacterial prostatitis
- chronic nonbacterial prostatitis
- prostatodynia (also called Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome- CPPS)
Before puberty, there is no prostate inflammation, while the maximum prostatitis frequency can be found in the ages of genital activity, but also in older people, with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).
Prostatitis: the Inflamed prostate related articles:
- Prostatitis classification: Prostatitis is an inflammation of the prostate gland that occurs in men. Statistics indicate that the diagnosis of prostatitis is assigned at 8% of all urologist and 1% of all primary care physician visits in the United States. [Collins MM, Stafford RS, O'Leary MP, Barry MJ (1998). "How common is prostatitis? A national survey of
- Acute prostatitis: Acute prostatitis is an inflammation of the prostate gland that develops suddenly. All causes of pelvic congestion could also favor the development of acute prostatitis symptoms…
- Prostatitis statistics:
- Acute Prostatitis Symptoms: Acute Prostatitis may occur in conjunction with epididymitis or orchitis, especially if caused by an Sexually Transmitted Disease
- Acute prostatitis treatments: