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55 Year Old With An Enlarged Prostate
Starts sometimes: All prostates enlarge with age, and symptoms start when this happends. A 55 yo can have this and that is a common age for the start. As long as you have it evaluated, psa testing, manual examination and these are ok and you have tolerable symptoms: night urination, urgency, frequency - all not too bad, then you can live with it. Consult your urologist. ...Read more
The prostate is a gland that lies at the base of the bladder and surrounding a segment of urethra. It secretes a milky fluid that is discharged by excretory ducts into the urethra during the emission of semen. It is clinically important because enlargement of the prostate with age, and prostate cancer are two common ...Read more
Depends on size: Treatment of aortic aneurysms depend on size, symptoms, & associated medical problems of the patient. Usually aneurysms less than 5 cm can be treated with observation. In a 93-year-old, age along with other medical problems must be taken into account to see if the benefits of surgery outweigh the risks. The best thing to do is to consult with a vascular surgeon who can help with this assessment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Which procedure would you recommend for an 88 yr old man with benign enlarged prostate 50cc and 20ml urine retention with recurrent bacterial infectio?
Is 4l an average volume to be extracted via thoracentesis for a 55 year old male w/ CKD and walking pneumonia?
Seems a lot: Do you have evidence of volume overload elsewhere? Such as lower extremity swelling, fluid accumulation in the abdomen. I worry about congestive heart failure. Pleural effusions (fluid outside the lungs in the chest) are commonbut 4 liters seems excessive. Usually walking pneumonia does not have effusions. Bacterial pneumonia is more commonly associated. Make surer the fld was sent for study. ...Read more
2cm kidney cyst on ultrasound. 25 year old female. Normal labwork. Was told that a cyst is uncommon for such a young age? should i have follow up?
Can i heart murmur go from a grade 1 to a grade 5 or 6? I'm a 18 year old female was first diagnosed with a innocent heart murmur at 14 months of age.
Yes: I would argue that a 5-6 won't be innocent. Innocent murmurs are more common than pathological ones. Yours may not have been innocent but been mild disease, like a mildly narrowed (stenotic) valve. It could slowly progress and the murmur would become louder or harsher over time. If its a 5, you should probably have an echocardiogram. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 67 years old person having an enlarged prostate problem. Recent sonography report is as follows:
" urinary bladder is well distended. It show?
Need surgery...: At this time, your condition is well beyond what drugs can do and surgery to release prostate obstruction is the choice. Today, laser prostate procedure (pvp) is a very safe effective procedure with minimal risk under experienced hands. Of note, i'm sure that you have noted your progressive slowing urine flow has slowly developed over the past 10-20 yrs. So, see and ask doc, but listen to him/her. ...Read more
I'm a 25 year old male recently diagnosed with stage 2 primary sclerosing cholangitis. Is this a common age range for this issue?
Sorry to hear: Primary sclerosing cholangitis tends to occur more frequently in males than women and onset may be between 20-30yrs old. Sometimes it is isolated, other times it may be associated with other diseases such as ulcerative colitis. Hopefully, you are seeing a hepatologist at a local university hospital, who can discuss possible treatments w/ you. Stay positive and god carry and bless you! ...Read more
My 6 year old son has swollen lymph nodes for 3 years, a scan showed c1 inhibitor, he has a ldh level of 487...His consultant has concerns for cancer?
Is it normal for a 23 year old male to start showing signs of submandibular gland ptosis? Glands have been visible and palpable for years w/ no pain.
Possible: Possible see ENT. Specialist for diagnosis and treatment ...Read more
Prostate Gland Enlargement (Definition)
The prostate is located between the bladder and the penis in a male. An enlarged prostate refers to a gland that is abnormally large. This can cause an inability to urinate. An enlarged prostate is very common in older men. ...Read more
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