Prostatitis is the inflammation (swelling) of the prostate gland. It can be excruciating and distressing but will often get better eventually. The prostate is a small gland between the penis and the bladder. It produces fluid that’s mixed with sperm to create semen.

the TypeS
of Prostatitis

For successful prostate treatment in Dubai, one should know the types. There are three types of prostatitis or inflammation of the prostate:


Acute infectious prostatitis

This comes on suddenly, and the symptoms may be severe, including painful and frequent urination, decreasing urinary stream and urinary retention, fever and chills, and low back pain. A virus or bacteria can cause it.


Chronic infectious prostatitis

This is a long-lasting form of prostatitis and can be caused by bacteria and worsened by nicotine, caffeine, stress, and alcohol. Symptoms include frequent urination, low back or lower abdomen pain, and recurring bladder infections.


Non-infectious prostatitis

This is the most common form of prostatitis. As some bacteria do not cause it, antibiotics will be of no effect. The symptoms may be worsened by irregular sexual activity since infrequent ejaculation can cause the ducts to become blocked. Stress causes the pelvis muscles to tighten and become painful. Increased pressure during urination can cause urine to back into the ducts, leading to chemical prostatitis.

Chronic Bacterial

For chronic bacterial prostatitis treatment, you must take antibiotics longer, most often for 4 to 12 weeks. About three in four chronic bacterial prostatitis cases clear up with this treatment. Sometimes the symptoms return, and antibiotics are needed again. Long-term, low-dose antibiotics ease the symptoms for patients that do not react to this treatment.

Acute BacteriaL

You must take antibiotics for at least 14 days for acute bacterial prostatitis treatment. Some men may be admitted to the hospital and given antibiotics through an IV (into your vein). If you have trouble urinating, your healthcare provider may use a tube (a catheter) to drain your bladder. Almost all infections that start quickly are cured with this treatment. Sometimes, you must stay on antibiotics for as long as four weeks. If one antibiotic does not work, your doctor will try others.

Prostatitis Treatment Options

Bizrahmed provides the top prostate treatment in Dubai. We offer comprehensive and advanced treatments. Our state-of-the-art techniques and modern equipment allow accurate diagnosis and effective treatments. The urological treatment spectrum includes disorders of the kidneys, ureters, bladder, prostate, urethra and the male genital organs. Depending on the type of prostatitis, several options are open to patients who want prostate treatment in Dubai.


Surgery on either the urethra or prostate may be needed in rare cases. For prostatitis surgery to work, there must be an exact problem with the body, such as scar tissue in the urethra.



Who is more likely to develop prostatitis?

The factors that affect a man’s chances of developing prostatitis differ depending on the type:


  • Chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome. Men with nerve damage in the lower urinary tract due to surgery or trauma may be more likely to develop chronic prostatitis or pelvic pain syndrome. Psychological stress may also increase a man’s chances of developing the condition.
  • Acute and chronic bacterial prostatitis. Men with lower UTIs may be more likely to develop bacterial prostatitis. UTIs that recur or are difficult to treat may lead to chronic bacterial prostatitis.

Symptoms of Prostatitis


For prostate treatment in Dubai, one should know the symptoms. Each type of prostatitis has various symptoms that vary depending on the cause and may not be the same for every man. Many symptoms are like those of other conditions.

Chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome.

The main symptoms of chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome can include pain or discomfort lasting for 3 or more months in one or more of the following areas:


  • between the scrotum and anus
  • the central lower abdomen
  • the Penis
  • the scrotum
  • the lower back

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia at a Glance

  • BPH is an enlarged prostate gland in men.
  • The prostate gland surrounds the urethra (a tube that carries urine out of the body), which, when squeezed by an enlarged prostate, causes bothersome urinary problems.
  • BPH is not prostate cancer, and it does not cause cancer.
  • Many men over 40 have a small amount of BPH, as the prostate naturally enlarges.
  • The BPH symptoms can be relieved by lifestyle changes, herbal medications, prescription medications, and surgery.

Acute bacterial prostatitis.

The symptoms of acute bacterial prostatitis come on suddenly and could be severe. Men should seek immediate medical care in such cases. Symptoms of acute bacterial prostatitis may include:

  • urinary frequency
  • urinary urgency
  • fever
  • chills
  • a burning feeling or pain during urination
  • pain in the genital area, groin, lower abdomen, or lower back
  • nocturia—frequent urination during periods of sleep
  • nausea and vomiting
  • body aches
  • urinary retention—the inability to empty the bladder.
  • Trouble starting a urine stream.
  • A weak or interrupted urine stream
  • urinary blockage—the complete inability to urinate.
  • a UTI—as shown by bacteria and infection-fighting cells in the urine.

Chronic bacterial prostatitis.

The symptoms of chronic bacterial prostatitis are similar to those of acute bacterial prostatitis, though not as severe. This prostatitis often develops slowly and lasts 3 or more months. The symptoms may come and go, or they may be mild. Chronic bacterial prostatitis may occur after previous treatment of acute bacterial prostatitis or a UTI. The symptoms of chronic bacterial prostatitis may include:


  • urinary frequency
  • urinary urgency
  • a burning feeling or pain during urination
  • pain in the genital area, groin, lower abdomen, or lower back
  • nocturia
  • painful ejaculation
  • urinary retention
  • trouble starting a urine stream
  • a weak or an interrupted urine stream
  • urinary blockage
  • a UTI

Diagnosis of Prostatitis

Before prostate treatment in Dubai, your healthcare provider will assess your symptoms and perform a physical exam.


Less invasive tests for prostatitis may include:


  • Digital rectal exam: Your provider inserts a gloved, lubricated finger into the rectum to check the prostate gland for pain and swelling. This exam may include a prostate massage to collect a sample of seminal fluid.
  • Urinalysis: A urinalysis and urine culture check for bacteria and UTIs.
  • Blood test: A test measures PSA, a protein made by the prostate gland. High levels may indicate prostatitis, BPH, or prostate cancer.

More invasive tests to carry out prostate treatment in Dubai are as follows:


  • Cystoscopy: A cystoscopy can look for other urinary tract problems but does not diagnose prostatitis. Your provider uses a cystoscope (a pencil-sized lighted tube with a camera or viewing lens on the end) to view the bladder and urethra.
  • Transrectal ultrasound: Men with acute or chronic bacterial prostatitis that doesn’t improve with antibiotics may get a Transrectal ultrasound.

Causes of Prostatitis

Prostatitis can be caused by bacteria that leak into the prostate gland from the urinary tract (the most common bacterial cause) and direct extension or lymphatic spread from the rectum. It can also result from various sexually transmitted organisms, such as HIV. Other organisms responsible for the infection are the same, found most frequently in urinary tract infections, such as Escherichia coli. In many instances (especially in the chronic form of prostatitis), no specific cause can be found.



What is the most common cause of prostatitis?

Prostatitis can be caused by bacteria that leak into the prostate gland from the urinary tract (the most common bacterial cause) and direct extension or lymphatic spread from the rectum. It can also result from various sexually transmitted organisms such as Neisseria gonorrhoeae, Chlamydia trachomatis, or HIV.

Can prostatitis be cured?

Prostatitis can’t always be cured, but its symptoms can be managed. Treatment should be followed even if you feel better. Patients with prostatitis are not at higher risk of getting prostate cancer. Book your appointment today with Bizrahmed for the best prostate treatment in Dubai.

How long does prostatitis last?

Chronic prostatitis develops gradually and can last for months or even years. Our expert doctors consider prostatitis to be chronic if symptoms continue for 3 months or more. It may not respond well to the first treatments a doctor recommends. Acute prostatitis is a temporary condition that occurs suddenly.

Is prostatitis serious?

There are 2 main types of prostatitischronic prostatitis – where the symptoms come and go over several months; it’s the most common type. Acute prostatitis – where the symptoms are severe and come on suddenly; it’s rare, but potentially life-threatening and requires immediate treatment.

How can prostatitis be prevented?

Have good hygiene and keep your penis and the area around it clean to prevent infection. Stand up when possible. When you sit for long periods, it puts pressure on your prostate gland and inflames it over time.

What triggers prostatitis?

Once the prostatitis is initiated, it could be triggered by several things such as stress, emotional problems, or certain foods or beverages. Other possible culprits include urinary tract abnormalities, infrequent ejaculation, dysfunctional urination, and lower urinary tract infection.

Can you get a disability for prostatitis? Can you get a disability for prostatitis?

Yes, Men with prostatitis are likely to be considered as having a disability.

What food can help prostatitis?

Fish, skinless poultry, beans, and eggs are healthier sources of prostatitis treatment. Choose healthful fats, such as olive oil, nuts (almonds, walnuts, pecans), and avocados. Limit saturated fats from dairy and other animal products. Avoid partially hydrogenated fats (trans fats), which are in many fast foods and packaged foods.

Will enlarged prostate affect your life?

It’s not cancer and it’s not usually a serious threat to health. Many men worry that having an enlarged prostate means they have an increased risk of developing prostate cancer.


Consult with the best urologists at Bizrahmed, to get the best prostate treatment in Dubai.

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