BACK IN THE HOSPITAL! I know what that like!
I'm sure whatever he is eating is not enough. In the hospital, all I got was broth and it was not enough.
Ask yourself these Questions
when was the last time we had sex?
was we active sexualy (more than 3-4 time a week)?
did we not do it for a good 3-5 days in a row or at all since he has been sick?
If you were sexualy active and then stopped for, let say 5 days and he did nothing manualy(LOL) in those days, a prostate infection could have set in really quick k, knowing he is sick. The prostates function is to apply the liquid for the ejaculation process and to cut the urine flow. If he was "excersizing" the prostate and then changed the routine to nothing, an infection will set in. Prostate infections are know to be the sielent killers for us men. An infection can be carried for years before discovery.
Ask him if he is have trouble pee'ing or he is trying to push to pee?
Ask when you pee and finish, does it feel like you have more in there and it won't come out?
A sure fire way to tell if he has an infection would be to tell him to go "get it up" and "GO" LOL you can help with this and may be a good idea. Take note as to what comes out( I know this is in depth, but no one else will tell you this knid of info). If it is thick and has "ANY" other COLOR than white such as BROWN or YELLOW he has an infection. Medications, foods, drinks, nothing alters the color of this, IT SHOULD BE BONE WHITE and very watery, NOT THICK.
I have had a few prostate infections and have learned how to improve prostate health. I also watch the health of my prostate close now because once you get one, it's to easy to get another.
A prostate infection can not be detected through blood testing unless it is severe, but they still will not know where it is coming from. If a Dr. has to check for the prostate infection, you husband will not like it.
If you suspect a prostate infection don't delay. Let the Dr know and be sure he gets antibiotics in his system 3-4 days before they do an exam. It will be painful regardless, but alowing the meds to work will help out.
I hope this info helps and for you guys reading this, be sure to research on how to improve prostate health.
29 year old male
12th year suffering UC