So this means that the prostate problem is not resolved.
You need to go back and ask about this.
Prostatitis can become chronic and very difficult to treat.
Also, you need a cystoscopy if that has not been done, where they look directly into the urethra and the bladder to make sure there are no strictures or other problems.
You also might need a short scope looking into the rectum as well, to examine if there is any other obstruction.
Chronic prostatitis is often non bacterial as well, and is part of pelvic pain dsyfunction syndromes, and this requires pelvic floor physical therapy to help.
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