Typical causative agents for acute bacterial prostatitis are bacteria, provoking sexually transmitted diseases. However, other flora such as colon bacillus, Proteus vulgaris, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, staphylococcus, and streptococcus us also possible.

Symptoms of this disease include pain localized in the perineal region, external sex organs, lower belly, and rectal column, irritant and obstructive urination disorders. Acute bacterial prostatitis is accompanied by fever. Along with fever patients can experience general weakness, dizziness, as well as lack or loss of appetite.

The main treatment of acute bacterial prostatitis involves administration of antibiotics. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and pain-killers are used to manage pain syndrome and accelerate elimination of inflammation.

Detoxication therapy is mandatory. It is also recommended to use large amounts of high-vitamin drinks.
At the onset of the disease physiotherapeutic procedures is contraindicated; however, during the decline of the inflammatory process massage, electrophoresis and other procedures are quite effective and can be recommended as a good cure for acute bacterial prostatitis in the course of outpatient treatment stage.