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Prostate Nodules Irating
If a person have large prostate and nodule in it andhave pain in it also taking antibiotec i want to know what is the readon of pain?
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
My urologist has found 2 nodules on my prostate. He is suggesteing a non-invasive multiparametric functional MRI. Will the MRI confirm cancer?
Prostate irritation 3wks. Gets better and worse but never completely goes away. Any major risk in waiting longer to see if it resolves on its own?
Cold burning from anal area all the way up to bladder area in 4 day bouts. Gallbladder removed so could this be bile acid irritation? Prostate ok.
My dad's prostate 58gms. PSA 5.8. Urine retention 200 ml. No irritation etc. while urinating. Should he go for surgery or medicinal cure?
Meds first: Hi, It is good to try medication first.Alpha blockers(eg:tamsulosin)work within hours,5-alpha reductase inhibitors(eg:finasteride)take up to 6 months to shrink the gland but they do work.Also I suggest a combination of both which is available in same pill here & probably in India too.If meds no help,next option TURP or laser. Best wishes for your dad. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See answer: On the basis of those results, there is a high likelihood (>50%) chance of finding prostate cancer on prostate biopsy. Without knowing more specifics, and depending on the age and health of the pt, a prostate biopsy (the most definitive diagnostic test) would usually be recommended next, the pros and cons of which should be discussed with a urologist to reach a mutual understanding and agreement. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My ultrasound showed, Complex solid and cystic nodule within the lateral right lobe with hypervascularity measures 2.5 x 1.1 x 1.6cm. With few scatter?
What organ?: Your description's incomplete - what organ was imaged? I assume it's the thyroid, but prostate, ovary, breast, & other glands are possible. The hypervascularity & "complex" solid-liquid (colloid) nature of the nodule is worrisome. Would you know (based on iodine uptake) if the nodule's "functional" (making hormone)? Talk to an endocrinologist or use HealthTap Prime. Much too complex to answer here ...Read more
I have two vague hypoechoic solid appearing nodules(1- 6*7*4 mm) & (11*9*8 mm) within the right lobe (11mm)in ultrasound test. Six months follow up ultrasound is recommended. Any risk, please advise.
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