Prostatitis

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Prostatitis — an inflammatory disease prostate. Is the most common inflammatory disease of the sexual organs of men of working age. Prostatitis may be acute, chronic, and in a separate group of isolated chronic pelvic pain syndrome.

Sharp prostatitis has all the signs of acute inflammation: pain, fever, chills. These symptoms are accompanied by varying degrees of violation of urination.

Chronic prostatitis may be asymptomatic or unexpressed implications (not intensive aching pain in the perineum, recurrent urinary disorders). Insidiousness of the disease is that over time it can lead to serious trouble, as the reduction in potency and sterility.

Furthermore, prostatitis, being the focus of infection, can be complicated by other inflammatory diseases of the genitourinary system, festering most prostate and soft tissues of the pelvis.

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