Prostate Infections (cont.)
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Prostate Infections Causes
Bacterial infections cause only a small percentage of cases of prostatitis. In the remaining percent, due to chronic pelvic pain syndrome or asymptomatic inflammatory prostatitis described above, the cause is not known. Prostate infectious agents are as follows for both acute and chronic infectious prostatitis:
Infectious organisms, as previously stated, cause two of the four main types of prostatitis; acute infectious prostatitis and chronic infectious prostatitis.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 5/25/2016
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