Every year, thousands of men are diagnosed with prostatitis. Some of them might even have it. Most of them don’t. Maybe you’re one of those men, and you’ve been taking antibiotics for weeks because your doctor told you that’s what you had. How are your symptoms? Are they any better?.
What is Prostatitis? A painful condition where the prostate is inflamed, swollen, and tender. It can be caused by a bacterial infection or just simply be inflamed. Symptoms: - Pain in the perineum (the area between the rectum and the testicles) - Pain on defecation - Aches and pains in.
The more you know about the normal development and function of the prostate, where it’s located, and what it’s attached to, the better you can understand how prostate cancer develops and impacts a man’s life over time—due either to cancer growth or as a result of treatments. Normal Anatomy The.