Asked in Prostate Cancer
Does prostatitis occur on teen?
August 01, 2011 9:17AM
Prostatitis occurs in men of any age. Doctors typically prescribe antibiotics for the condition, which may occur only once (acute prostatitis) or several times (chronic prostatitis). Sometimes the condition clears up on its own, but men should always seek treatment, say health professionals. Prostatitis is an inflammation of the prostate that may be caused by an infection. The prostate is a male-specific gonadal organ and the prostate gland itself is said to be about the size of a "walnut", with bottom up, and it is close to the bladder. So the prostatitis is often coinfected with cystitis. The prostatic apex stands downwards and the front part is inside the public symphysis.If the young teens want to get the radical cure of prostatitis , they can use the Diuretic and anti-inflammatory pill or they can consult the DOC Lee , send email to firstname.lastname@example.org , all the prostatitis related questions can be asked to him and he is very glad to answer any of your question.