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What to do about possible prostatitis?

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Posted on Mon, 1 Apr 2019
Question: What to do about possible prostatitis?
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Answered by Dr. Shyam B. Kale (2 hours later)
Brief Answer:
Continue tab. Cipro two times daily for 6 weeks

Detailed Answer:
Hello,

I can understand your concern. As you diagnosed with prostatitis, kindly continue tab. Ciprofloxacin 500 mg twice a day for 6 weeks. Get a prescription from your doctor.

Do you have fever, burning micturation, increased urine frequency, nausea? Kindly follow up with detailed history.

I will suggest you to do urine culture, urine routine, complete hemogram after physician consultation. It may visualize type of infection, infection susceptible to which antibiotics and severity of disease.

Along with that drink lot of fluids for speedy recovery. Take balanced diet. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Thank you.

Regards,
Dr Shyam Kale,
Family and general physician.
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What to do about possible prostatitis?

Brief Answer: Continue tab. Cipro two times daily for 6 weeks Detailed Answer: Hello, I can understand your concern. As you diagnosed with prostatitis, kindly continue tab. Ciprofloxacin 500 mg twice a day for 6 weeks. Get a prescription from your doctor. Do you have fever, burning micturation, increased urine frequency, nausea? Kindly follow up with detailed history. I will suggest you to do urine culture, urine routine, complete hemogram after physician consultation. It may visualize type of infection, infection susceptible to which antibiotics and severity of disease. Along with that drink lot of fluids for speedy recovery. Take balanced diet. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Thank you. Regards, Dr Shyam Kale, Family and general physician.