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Bacterial Prostatitis

How do you control tremors caused by prostate infection


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Hi,
The most common symptoms of bacterial prostatitis include- Fever, Chills, lower back pain, Genital area pain, Urinary frequency, urgency and night urination; Burning and painful urination, Body aches, Urinary tract infection and muscular pain. Tremors may not be caused by Bacterial prostatitis, but may result from the use of medications to treat the infection. Please consult a physician and neurologist for a complete examination and investigations to know the cause of tremors and treatment. Hope this helps you. Take care and regards!  

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