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Is there a cure for nonbacterial prostatitis?

Since the causes of nonbacterial prostatitis are not well described or understood, the treatment of nonbacterial prostatitis might be better considered in terms of the relief of related symptoms and removal of exacerbating factors. In these terms, the unpleasant symptoms of nonbacterial prostatitis can likely be decreased significantly and, possible, eradicated altogether. Your doctor can assist you in determining the best course of treatment for your specific symptoms on nonbacterial prostatitis.

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