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How do I manage my nonbacterial prostatitis?

Treatment of nonbacterial prostatitis should be directed by your physician. Your doctor may employ a variety of modalities to treat nonbacterial prostatitis, depending on the severity of the related symptoms. Specifically, medical treatment with prescription and non-prescription drugs, lifestyle modification, alternative treatment methods such as relaxation techniques (biofeedback) and acupuncture, and, rarely, surgery are possible methods by which nonbacterial prostatitis can be managed.

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