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can ''milking the prostate " cause me to have frequent urination?

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Dr. James Lin
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Yes, but...: Some topical irritation and frequent voiding after prostate milking / massage may happen, but usually resolve back to where you're in 1-3 days. But, don't milk or massage prostate at any given time suspecting acute prostatitis. Yet, nowadays, prostate milking/massage has become less and less done. To me, I have never done it for decades except for rare occasion to make "real" diagnosis of prost..

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A 67-year-old male asked:

Prostate report came normal but i m having frequent urination. What could be the cause.

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Dr. Robert Killian
General Practice 28 years experience
Prostate Hypertrophy: I do not understand what you mean by 'prostate report'. If you have a blood test there is no correlation between a psa test and a large boggy prostate gland causing you difficulties emptying your bladder. There is no such report to be had. There is just the diagnosis of prostate hypertrophy....Which is the most common cause of frequent urination or bladder infection and frequent urination.

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