For over a year now I have suffered with nonbacterial prostatitis. I am 65 years old and my prostate is 50 cubic cm. I have treated this every way possible to no avail. As I understand it, there are only 2 possibilities: 1) Daily painkillers and sleeping pills which leave me in a drug-induced stupor. 2) Radical prostatectomy, although I don't have cancer and my PSA is around 1. I don't live in Russia and it isn't possible to have a radical prostatectomy here. Can I have this operation in your center? Because of the severe inflammation, I can only sit and walk for limited amounts of time. I am near insane from the constant pain and sleeplessness.
As with all civilized urologists in the civilized world, we COMPLETELY remove the prostate ONLY in cases of prostate cancer. At the same time, if you would like to be seen by us for assistance, at your convenience we can examine you and treat your problem.