Prostatitis

Young men most often visit urologists with symptoms of prostatitis. The prostate is a small organ under the urinary bladder of men, hugging the urethra in 2-3 cm length. During ejaculation, its fluid dilutes the sperm, enhancing their movement. The many symptoms of prostatitis is due to its anatomic role and position.

Prostatitis can be divided into types, according to causative factors and the course of the disease. Our specialists make the diagnosis after a careful evaluation of the results of the examinations. They provide individual treatment and lifestyle advice to achieve improvement as soon as possible.


The categories of prostatitis
 

Acute type
intensive symptoms, fever 
Chronic type
milder, more indefinite symptoms, sometimes easing up then returning 

I. Acute bacterial prostatitis

The bacterium can be indicated through laboratory examinations, and treated with antibiotics  

II. Chronic bacterial prostatitis

The bacterium can be cultured, but the symptoms are less explicit

Treatment of symptoms, antibiotics advised.

 

 

III. Chronic non-bacterial prostatitis

The symptoms are similar to chronic bacterial prostatitis, but a bacterium is not present, therefore antibiotics is not advised.

 

 

IV. Asymptomatic prostatitis

It is diagnosed during other examinations, or the result of a histological examination confirms it.

Exploring the etiology requires competence, time and care. Our specialists can provide all that.

Make an appointment with:
Tibor Lőwy MD
Tibor Lőwy MD
Viktor Varju MD
Viktor Varju MD
Attila Keszthelyi MD
Attila Keszthelyi MD