Chronic Prostatitis - Treatment options

Treatment of chronic prostatitis is individualized for each patient and is primarily based upon the diagnosis and the specific complex of symptoms. Treatments are, therefore, quite varied. They may include:


    Dietary Changes

    Behavior modification

    Acupuncture

    Antibiotic therapy

    Anti-inflammatory agents

    Urinary anesthetics

    Alpha blockers

    Antispasmotic agents for bladder

    Skeletal muscle relaxants

    Antihistamines

    Antidepressant therapy 

    "Atypical opioids"

    Narcotic Therapy (generally dispensed by Pain Management Centers)

    Physical Therapy

    Trigger point injection to affected muscle group(s)

    Pudendal nerve blocks


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Sussex Bladder Clinic

The Michelham Unit

Eastbourne  DGH

Kings Drive

East Sussex

BN21 2UD

 

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Email: karen.traies@nhs.net