For this type of prostatitis,
you often take antibiotics for 2 to 4 weeks. It’s important to take the full course
of antibiotics, even when you don’t have symptoms. This is to stop the growth of
antibiotic-resistant bacteria. You may also need pain medicines. You may be told to
drink more fluids. In severe cases, you may need to stay in the hospital.
Always see your healthcare provider for more information about the treatment of prostatitis.