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Frequent urination, testicular pain, weak erection. Diagnosed with prostate infection. Taking antibiotics. Treatment?

My best friend has been experiencing frequent urination , testicular pain(not constant), when he masturbates its a very weak erection and theres is hardly anything that comes out. he was diagnosed with a prostate infection and has been on antibiotics for.4 weeks and he is not any better at all. He tested negative for STDs. His doctor is referring him to a urologist bur we dont know when his appointment is. He has anxiety and depression and the wait and not getting better is not helping. I would like to know what other possible diagnosis there is. Thank you.for your time.
Asked On : Sun, 11 Nov 2012
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Your friend is experiencing depression and anxiety.Also diagnosed to have prostatic infection.
He needs to undergo some tests to rule out any organic primary cause for erectile dysfunction.Both the conditions mentioned by u can produce secondary ED.The urologist will be the best person to help u out and its good that U ll be taking an appointment with him.
All the best
Answered: Sat, 24 Nov 2012
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