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  1. Prostatitis - Treatment Overview

    Treatment for prostatitis usually begins with taking an antibiotic for several weeks.

  2. Prostatitis - Surgery

    Surgery for prostatitis may be necessary to treat chronic bacterial prostatitis that does not respond to long-term antibiotic treatment and that causes repeated urinary tract infections.

  3. Intermittent Catheterization for Men - Topic Overview

    WebMD explains how to insert a catheter in men and how to care for the catheter.

  4. Prostatitis - Home Treatment

    Learn about home treatment of prostatitis.

  5. Prostatitis - What Increases Your Risk

    Read about factors that can increase men's risk of developing prostatitis.

  6. Klinefelter Syndrome - Topic Overview

    What is Klinefelter syndrome? Klinefelter syndrome is a genetic disorder that affects males. Klinefelter syndrome occurs when a boy is born with one or more extra X chromosomes. Most males have one Y and one X chromosome. Having extra X chromosomes can cause a male to have some physical traits unusual for males. Many men with an extra X chromosome are not aware that they have it,and they ...

  7. Prostatitis - Other Treatment

    Read about prostatic massage and other prostatitis treatments.

  8. Enlarged Prostate (BPH) Supplements and Remedies

    Many herbs and supplements are used to treat BPH, or benign prostatic hyperplasia. But do they work to ease enlarged prostate symptoms?

  9. Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA)

    A prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test measures the amount of prostate-specific antigen in the blood. PSA is released into a man's blood by his prostate gland.

  10. Low Testosterone - Topic Overview

    What is low testosterone?Men who have low testosterone do not make enough of the male hormone called testosterone. This hormone allows men to produce sperm and to develop and keep normal physical male traits. Low testosterone is also called testosterone deficiency or hypogonadism. Low testosterone can lead to problems such as loss of sex drive, muscle weakness, erection problems, infertility, and weakened bones.What causes low testosterone?Many things can cause this problem, such as:Aging. It's normal for testosterone to decrease as you age. Injury to the testicles, or surgery or radiation treatment in the groin area.Certain medicines.Having a long-term medical condition, such as kidney or liver disease or obesity.Problems related to the pituitary gland or hypothalamus. Low testosterone also can be present at birth.A blood test is usually done to find out if you have low testosterone. If your doctor thinks low testosterone could be related to another medical problem, he or she may do

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