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A 79-year-old male asked:

79 yrs old. pain in lower pelvis and penis (about 2 /10) since 09/19. urologist prescribed flavospas for a week. no change in pain. anything serious?

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Dr. Spencer Long
Dr. Spencer Longanswered
Specializes in Urology
Need more evaluation: Is the pain worse when you urinate? Has your urine stream slowed down? Have you seen blood in your urine? Have you had a urine test? Is there any change in your bowel movements? If any of these things have occurred, please discuss them with your urologist.
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