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Chronic nonbacterial prostatitis or chronic abacterial prostatitis is a common condition that causes pain and inflammation in the prostate and the lower urinary tract in men. The prostate gland is located right below the bladder in men. It produces fluid that helps transport sperm.
In chronic abacterial prostatitis the condition is ongoing and not due to a bacterial infection. Often times patients are seen by their urologists and worked up for an infection, but despite treatment, they continue to have stomach and pelvic pain.
Many causes of chronic abacterial prostatitis include nerve irritation, chemical irritation, stress and often a weak and spastic pelvic floor. When the muscles are in constant spasm the pain has little chance of improving as the ureter travels through the pelvic floor muscles.
We at Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine work hand in hand with the best urologists and urogynecologists in the tri-state area to evaluate and work up our patients for the cause of their chronic pelvic pain. Once our imaging and any testing that is required is complete, we can make a treatment plan with all the members of our team, including the pelvic floor physical therapist, urologist, and any other providers.