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Prostatitis isn't an STD, or a contagious disease, or even a disease at all. The term "prostatitis" simply refers to inflammation of the prostate gland. The underlying condition causing the inflammation could be any of a number of things, which, yes, include contagious and sexually-transmitted diseases.


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There are multiple types of prostatitis: Source: Krieger JN, Nyberg, Jr L, Nickel JC. NIH Consensus Definition and Classification of Prostatitis. JAMA. 1999;282(3):236–237. doi:10-1001/pubs.JAMA-ISSN-0098-7484-282-3-jac90006 Also: J. Curtis Nickel (1999). Textbook of prostatitis. Taylor & Francis. pp. 28. ISBN 978-1-901865-04-2. Prostatitis Type III ...


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Thank you for the very interesting question regarding the prostate. Let me first briefly explain a few historical confusions regarding the nomenclature of prostatic disorders with particular attention to your ‘congestive prostatitis’, which may be called an almost extinct creature! Classifications of Prostatic Disorders Meares and Stamey (1968) suggested a ...


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Herbal medicines do have side effects The answer to any "does this have side-effects?" question is invariably yes. Some drugs/medications/herbal remedies will have fewer side effects, some will have more. Additionally (or alternatively), the side effects may vary by strength, or by how common they are, or any a number of other ways. I could not find any ...


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A potential way the "carcinogenic substances in prostate sections" hypothesis took off is when Graham Giles began doing interviews with the lay press¹ʼ². Generating the fluid involves concentrating these components from the bloodstream up to 600-fold – and this could be where the trouble starts. Studies in dogs show that carcinogens such as 3-...


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Prostatitis is a common disease in men. It's neither a STD nor a contagious disease. Prostatitis often causes painful or difficult urination. Other symptoms include pain in the groin, pelvic area or genitals and sometimes flu-like symptoms. Prostatitis treatments depend on the underlying cause.Like antibiotics or a diuretic and anti-inflammatory pill. ...


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This is quite simple. Prostatitis or not, you will naturally urinate more in lower temperature. https://www.scienceabc.com/humans/why-do-we-urinate-more-when-were-cold.html Frequent urination would probably makes you suffer more.


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