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Dr Klauber Penis Cancer
Dr is bilateral testicular microcalcification dangerous?My dr says nothing to worry.Is my dr right?Does it affect man's life?Is it spreadable disease?
Yes, possibly: Testicular microlithiasis is currently thought to be a feature of testicular dysgenesis syndrome. This carries a possible increased risk of testicular cancer and can be associated with decreased fertility. Ultrasound followup is considered appropriate as is testicular self examination. See a urologist. ...Read more
Cancer is a group of diseases that is characterized by uncontrolled cell growth leading to invasion of surrounding tissues that spread to other parts of the body. Cancer can begin anywhere in the body and is usually related to one or more genetic mutations that allow normal cells to become malignant by interfering with internal cellular control mechanisms, such as programmed cell death or by preventing ...Read more
Any dr read this destroying the myth about testosterone replacement and prostate cancer
by abraham morgentaler, md, facs introduction by william fa?
Dr has diagnosed me with pri hypogonadism and bilateral testicular atrophy. Dr prescribed fortesta, will my testicles shrink more?
84yrs old male. Diagnosed w/ prostate cancer dr said can't do biopsy or surgery he has 7.50 is this the 3 stage is it why dr don't recommend surgery?
Anal thrush: Yes especially if patint has been on antibiotics. ...Read more
my dad has two masses in urinary bladder 3.9 x 3cm dr has recommended biopsy i'm so worried?
Enlarged prostate of 42 grams.DRE find it hard.P.S.A 4.51.age 56 .. should we worry prostate cancer ?
Have blood from nipples which stains bra.Had a mammo and ultrasound.no cancer Dr is sending me to breast surgeon.Is this common?If no cancer why worry
Imaging may miss 10%: 1 in 9 women in the United States will get breast cancer at some point in their lives. So when a women comes in with symptoms of breast cancer such as a bloody nipple discharge, its taken very seriously. Bloody nipple discharge isn't really normal in any woman. Even though the initial tests are reassuring, its routine to refer to a specialist for a second opinion just in case. Best wishes! ...Read more
No link demonstrated: Much concern over a small, case-controlled study reported in january 2009 issue of bju international which reported increased rate of prostate cancer for men in 20's and 30's who masturbated 2-7x/week (and a lower rate for men in their 50's who masturbated often). There are many reasons not to believe the reported conclusions, and it has not been confirmed in other studies. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
--Fickle Prostate--: If he truly has Grade 2 prostatomegaly [and you didn't receive that information in a vision after taking hallucinogenic mushrooms], then some fine young Urologist [hopefully, with a valid license] has taken tissue and is well-equipped to discuss the Gleason Scale (2-10) with you, including the fact that 30cc is the upper limit considered "normal." As for symptoms-that's another story!!! ...Read more
A biopsy of: Testicular mass and not ultrasound will rule out or rule in cancer god bless u! http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/testicular-cancer/ds00046. ...Read more
Should I be worried abt cancer prostate/bladder if uroflow came back and Dr. thinks I have a stricture? DR did blood & urine test, never said cancer.
Stop worrying: You're 35 years old. Strictures are common in young guys, especially since you had a stone and perhaps instrumentation. Bladder cancer is rare and prostate cancer pretty much non-existent. And there's nothing to gain by worrying. Ask, "This isn't cancer, is it?" when you get your procedure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cause in 53yo male of: psa 4.7, psa:free psa ratio 8.9%, mri shows bullish mass on prostate. Urologist says all is ok. Should I get a second opinion?
Here are some...: F/T PSA at 8.9% is low - significant, suggesting a high likelihood to have prostate cancer but requiring prostate ultrasound and biopsy to confirm. Total PSA is at or above high end. So, combine the considerations of age, finding rectal exam, family Hx, PSA change over time, and the above so to decide if US + Bx are needed. More? View articles in http://formefirst.com/FreeInfoProstate.html. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ihave impotence (no erection since pubrty) (27y) my testicle size is 12.5cc and prostate is13cc pinle lenght 12~13 cm, are they normal ?
Could do: There is build up of pressure in urethra proximal to stricture. There could be pain in in the epididymis (lying on testis) if there is any reflux into your ejaculatory ducts. Hope you get your stricture fixed by direct vision urethrotomy, if stricture is short enough, otherwise by urethroplasty. Good luck. ...Read more
Had breast ck. dr feels "tubular shape" pain w/touch,said poss overstimulated gland in tail of breast. Wants 1 month f/u. Could this be cancer? 31y/o
The doctors think my grandpa's bladder cancer spread to his brain but how? He hasnt had bladder cancer in about 6 months. He does have CLL leukemia
Probable bladder met: CLL usually remains dormant for long periods. Ive had several patients with bladder Ca with mets to brain. Prior to treatment of the primary bladder lesion which can control disease either by fulguration and or BCG some tumor cells may have invaded blood system. Cells in blood have reservoir in bone marrow and as such 6 mo. after primary treatment cells leave marrow to implant in brain ...Read more