I hope you will understand my English.
I am 25 years old. For 3-4 years I am suffering from chronic prostatits. At least what they told me. I did almost all urological tests I could. So I analysed my urine, the test was negative for bacteria, I analysed my sperm, same. They never drained my prostatic fluid. I told the symphoms to a doctor he looked at results and he told me it is prostatitis. Since than I had two treatments. First one was around 4 years ago it helped but I still have feeling it didn’t relieve the symptoms completely. Being young and negligent as I am, I didn’t care too much. I was drinking some phytotherapeutics and it was more- less fine. Than my cousin scared me with the stories about complications after prostatitis so I went again to see another doctor. This time I did ultrasound and rectal examination in adition to urology tests and the doctor said that my prostate is slightly enlarged. I repeated similar treatment (with two antibiotics) for 12 weeks and amazingly I was fine. That was 2 years ago. Though since I was feeling well and I moved to another country for my postgraduate studies I never went back for control.
And recently I was training my spirit by fasting before Easter, which included refraining from sex with my girlfriend. After that again I am having mild but typical symptoms that include lightg pain during urination, small pain during first ejaculation but no pain in consequent ones if I repeat sex, certain amounts of pre-ejaculate liquid due to prostate inflammation etc. At the end I am wondering how this reoccurrence of prostate inflammation can affect my fertility since in few years I will be in position to think about kids. And second does this pre-ejaculate contain any sperm or can my gf stay pregnant if we have unprotected intercourse with interrupted coitus due increased amount of prostatic fluid? I am kind of terified with the fact that I could be infertile. Amounts of my ejaculate looks normal or even better but this doesn`t tell me anything about other atributes.
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