Hey Fellas! This one if for you! Prostatitis is one of those diagnoses that may be given to a man who is experiencing discomfort 'down there'. Men with this diagnosis have described their discomfort as pressure, burning throughout the saddle region, of 'like sitting on a golf ball'. Functional complaints range from decreased stream when urinating, urinary frequency or urgency, 'never feeling empty', as well as various forms of sexual discomfort and dysfunction.
Usually the diagnosis of prostatitis is made by a urologist. A very common course of care is a combination of antibiotics and Flomax. The antibiotics are to treat any infection that may be causing the inflammation. The Flomax is to relax the smooth muscles in the urinary tract to improve urine flow. When this works - it works!! Unfortunately when it doesn't work men are left wondering what they can do... or resign themselves to just dealing with their complaints on their own... or taking antibiotics again and again. The worst thing is when you're doing the things you're supposed to be doing and it doesn't help.
If you'd like to read more about prostatitis, you can check out this blog post.
If you'd rather, you can check out this short video.
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