Chronic prostatitis symptoms may include pelvic, perineal, back, testicular, abdominal, leg, urethral, and prostate pain. Chronic prostatitis may also cause pain during sex, painful ejaculation, burning on urination, and flu-like fatigue, fever, and mental impairment. Treatments for chronic prostatitis are not always effective.
In 2007, Arnon Krongrad, M.D. showed that laparoscopic prostate removal can cure severe, treatment-resistant chronic prostatitis. Dr. Krongrad, who in 1999 introduced laparoscopic prostatectomy as a prostate cancer treatment, offers this minimally invasive surgery to selected prostatitis patients.
We invite you to learn if this new approach is the best treatment option for you. Watch the videos and read the testimonials. Read about chronic prostatitis treatments and prostate removal in this article. Request an online consultation or send an email. Call us to schedule an appointment: 305-504-8470.
Dr. Krongrad reviews chronic prostatitis treatments and the discovery that laparoscopic surgery can overcome even some of the most severe and symptomatic chronic prostatis cases.
A paraplegic California man with urinary tract and prostate infections developed chronic bacterial prostatitis. In this chronic prostatitis video, he discusses prostate pain, fatigue, antibiotics, and surgery.