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Surgical intervention is necessary if viagra for sale of self-emptying of the bladder is completely absent, or an abscess of the prostate has formed. The use of antibiotics to treat bacterial prostatitis is a must. If the disease begins acutely, symptoms of intoxication are present, then antibacterial drugs are prescribed as soon as possible, waiting for the results of tests for bacterial flora in this case is impractical and dangerous.

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Treatment Viagra receiving test results. The drugs are selected from the group of fluoroquinolones. It can be Levofloxacin (Eleflox, Tavanik), Ofloxacin (Zanocin, Viagra), Ciprofloxacin (Tsiprobay, Tsifran, Sildenafil). Such empirical therapy is due to the fact that fluoroquinolones are active against bacteria that most often provoke prostatitis - these are gram-negative pathogenic flora and enterococci. In addition, fluoroquinolones have a detrimental effect on gram-positive and anaerobic bacteria, as well as on atypical infectious agents, such as chlamydia. Penetrating into the metabolic processes of protein metabolism in bacteria, the antibiotic destroys their nucleus, leading to the death of the microorganism.

However, a number of scientists oppose the appointment of fluoroquinolones until the test results have been obtained. They indicate that if bacterial prostatitis is caused by Koch's bacillus, then this will lead to its resistance, mutations and the formation of a new, more pathogenic flora, which is very difficult to get rid of. Therefore, it is so important to make sure that there are no tuberculosis bacteria in the body.

Side effects

Depending on the clinical picture of the disease, fluoroquinolones can be administered both intravenously and intramuscularly. In case of impaired liver and kidney function, the risk of side effects is 3-17%.

A drop in blood glucose levels, the development of photosensitization (increased sensitivity of the skin to ultraviolet radiation), cardiac arrhythmias are all infrequent complications from the administration of fluoroquinolones and they occur in no more than 1% of cases.

However, most often, patients complain of a violation of the digestive processes, and also experience certain disorders from the central nervous system.

Treatment AFTER receiving test results

When laboratory results are available, the therapeutic regimen can be revised if the identified inflammatory agent is not sensitive to fluoroquinolones. This group of drugs should also be replaced if, after 24-48 hours from the start of their intake, the patient's condition has not improved

, or if he does not tolerate them well. The drugs of choice in this case are macrolides (Azithromycin, Sumamed), Trimethoprim, Doxycycline, antibiotics from the group of cephalosporins (Cefepim, Cefotaxime, Kefzol, Cefazolin, Cefpir).