Library information on many genitourinary subjects - diseasesThis section contains a number of articles concerning Prostatitis and PID. They are written from the point of view of a Prostatitis/PID sufferer and are therefore very specific to the topic. If you find a topic/article useful please rate it at the top of each page.
Balancing your time spent looking for a cure with researching ways to lessen symptoms in the meantime is very important. Prostatitis can be helped by what are little more than commonsense methods once a sufferer realises there is no magic bullet available at your Doctor or Specialists' rooms in your country. Ensure you fill in this form for a Free Medical diagnosis from our Specialist Prostatitis and PID Treatment Clinic AND then download our Free Guide on lessening your symptoms, also reading the articles in this category.
Unfortunately, drugs for Chronic Prostatitis are often a guessing game.. If a pathogen can't be isolated (from EPS or semen) early in the peace, then it becomes a series of stabs in the dark for your Doctor(s). But drugs like ciproxin also take a toll on your immune system as well as a number of other common side-effects, some as serious as the immune system damage.
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Pictures of Prostatitis; here we can show your things that would take hundreds of words to explain. Probably the most graphic are pictures of small bottles of urine recording the massive amounts of calcification that are expelled once our unblocking phase starts, remember, this crucial step releases access to drugs to blocked infected ducts and passageways which would surely cause a relapse otherwise. Check back here soon..
There are a dozen or more of common main contenders causing Pathogenic Infections of Chronic Prostatitis & PID..
The most common bacterial pathogens of chronic prostatitis are; escherichia coli, corynebacterium, staphylococcus aureus,enterococcus, hemolytic streptococcus, gonococcus, gardnerella vaginalis, proteus and klebsiella.
The most common non-bacterial prostatitis pathogens are chlamydia, trichomonas, mycoplasma, viri and fungus.
It is important for those infection sufferers who have been lucky enough to have a pathogen(s) isolated, to read all about the infection they've got. Read about its indications, peculiar properties, drug sensitivities, resistance ability and more. For many sufferers, that knowledge will help them better understand their treatment.