No. Urinary retention or difficulty with voiding does not increase a male's chance of developing prostate cancer.
Not likely. However, holding urine may predispose you to urinary infections.
No. No. Kidney failure but not prostate cancer.
None that. Work, or are in the main stream (no pun intended). The psa test is also not specific for cancer.
No. There is no urine test that can diagnose prostate cancer. The diagnosis is made by a biopsy of the prostate gland.
Not known now. The main lab test is serum psa (prostate specific antigen).
Prostate. There is a urine test called pca3 that can be helpful in diagnosing prostate cancer but the only definitive way is prostate biopsy.
Yes. Having advanced prostate cancer, stage IV disease, can cause blood in the urine by local extension of the tumor into the bladder or by causing local inflammation around the bladder.
Blood in urine. Yes...Any blood in urine requires urologist eval.
I've been waking up 2-3 times a night to urinate, prostate cancer has affected men in my family as they age but I'm only 24 what could this be?
Many possibilities.. Need to be evaluated by your md/urologist. Can be anything from kidney problems, prostatitis/enlarged prostate, due to many and varied causes, as well as excessive fluid intake prior to going to bed. The list goes on to include bladder problems as well as endocrine abnormalities, etc., etc., etc.
Not prostate cancer. Nocturia, which is getting up to urinate more than 2 to 3 times per night, can because by many things. True, in an older man is often due to enlargement of the prostate. In a young man such as yourself, it is most likely due to dietary factors such as caffeine or alcohol containing beverages or simply the amount of fluid taken in the evening.
Why would a man urinate after orgasm if he had his prostate gland removed after. Having prostate cancer?
Changed anatomy. After prostatectomy, men must rely on a single sphincter mechanism. This is the one that can be controlled voluntarily. An involuntary sphincter at the bladder neck is necessarily removed during radical prostatectomy. During emission and ejaculation, a coordinated contraction of the bladder neck and relaxation of the voluntary sphincter occurs. After surgery this can lead to the result described.
See below. The prostate is not involved in urination. It is along the urinary tract but is only involved with sexual function (semen ingredients). So, a man can urinate after orgasm whether or not he has a prostate.
I have blood in my urine post 6 weeks scope to bladder for prostate cancer side effects, it happened after sex?
Possible, but... Seeing gross hematuria after intercourse under your reported scenario is possible, but bears no alarm as long as voiding comfortably & have no fever. To help undrstand bloody urine in general, view article in http://formefirst. Com/hematuria. Html. For life reality, view lists of Facts of Life-1, 2, &3 by clicking the BUTTON on the left side of HOME of www. Formefirst. Com. Best...
I've read here on this website. If someone takes finasteride so he may have a prostate cancer & I do have been suffering from urination problem & taki?
Doubt prostate cance. You are not old enough to be at serious risk of prostate cancer. But you also are pretty young to need finasteride. Was it prescribed to you after an examination? If not, it is best to see a urologist to find out what exactly is going on. Can you give any more details of length of symptoms, and what they are and what tests or exam you have had?
Unclear question. I am not clear what your question is. Finasteride is a drug used to treat Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy (BPH), as well as male pattern hair loss. One of the potential risks of Finasteride is that it can mask an elevated PSA level, a marker for prostate cancer. However FInasteride does not cause prostate cancer. BPH often causes urinary frequency, hesitancy, and nocturia.
Prostate cancer. No. The only way to diagnose prostate cancer is by tissue biopsy of the prostate. The psa blood test is used to determine who gets a biopsy. Most treatable (early stage) prostate cancers cannot be palpated on the digital rectal exam. Urine testing has no role in prostate cancer screening or diagnosis.
Not completely. While urine based tests like pca3 may provide some information about prostate cancer, the only definitive way to diagnose prostate cancer presently is a prostate biopsy.
My husband tested negative for prostate cancer, but now has blood in his urine. What could be causing this?
Biopsy side effect. If he had a prostate biopsy to rule out cancer, the blood in his urine is likely coming from this and should clear rapidly. Otherwise, he needs to be evaluated with a ct scan of his kidneys, a urine test for cancer and cystoscopy, a camera test looking into the bladder.
Biopsy. If it was a couple weeks after the biopsy, you have your answer. Either way, see your urologist.
Blood. Needs to get a urology check up.
If u have prostate cancer or sumthing wrong with it would it show on a urine exam? Same goes 4 gallbladder?
No. Unfortunately no such tests exist at this time. Prostatitis may show some changes in urine. If gall stones obstruct the main bile duct and cause jaundice ;then urine test will detect increased bilirubin in urine.
No. Prostate ca does not show up on a urine exam. It is diagnosed by a combination of a digital rectal exam, a blood test (psa), and finally a biopsy of the prostate. An abnormal gall bladder does show up in the blood, an abnormal physical exam, and many times requires additional x-rays or other imaging tests.