When person has hip and back pain and has prostate cancer, could it mean back and hip bones have malignancy?

Possibly. Keep in mind common things are common, so pain could be due to non-cancer causes, but if a man is at risk for metastatic prostate cance a bone scan can be done to evaluate potential sites of bone metastasis.
Possibly. Metastatic involvement of pelvic bones is commonly seen with prostate cancer.

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When one has intermittent bone pain in the hips, is that a symptom of prostate cancer?

Too non-specific! It copuld, but there are many causes including simple hip arthritis, trochnteric bursitis, etc. Also, prostate cancer first metastizes to the pelvis and spine, before peripheral bones! see your doc! Read more...
Unlikely. If you haven't had a diagnosis of prostate cancer (pca) before, then hip pain is highly unlikely to be the first sign. If your blood psa level was low, then you could practically rule pca out. No need to do this test except to relieve you of unnecessary worry. Even if you do have pca diagnosis, other causes are more likely. It's even more unlikely if the pain is intermittent on both sides. Read more...

Low back pain. Can't tell if muscle or kidney. 21, active. Prostate or kidney issue? Worried about prostate cancer. Ok for me to have a few beers?

Don't Fear The Beer! Oh yeah... you better have a few beers and chill-out. Prostate cancer at 21? Don't think so. At your age maybe prostatitis but that usually won't cause a kidney problem. And kidney pain is usually in the upper back (unless you have a rare "ectopic" kidney low down in the back). A muscle pain will hurt when you use the muscle. But not a kidney or prostate. They'll hurt whether you move or not. Read more...
?asking about. Are you writing about drinking "a few" beers or worried about prostate cancer? No,at age 21 you do NOT have prostate cancer.Your low backache is probably musculoskeletal but check with your doctor. Read more...

At 41, is it more likely to have prostatis or prostate cancer? I have the following symptoms: burn when urinating, low back pain, weak ejaculation

Prostatitis. Uncommon at your age to be diagnosed with prostate cancerbut not unheard of it occurring. Hope this helps. Read more...
Cancer unlikely. The symptoms you describe are not likely to be prostate cancer. You should see your physician or urologist for an evaluation, where a detailed history, physical exam, and a urinalysis with culture can be performed. Once a diagnosis is made, follow the treatment recommendations carefully. If it is an infection, a prostate cancer risk assessment can be made after treatment is complete. Read more...

Lower back pain, pain in penis shaft and slight burning during urinating/ejaculating. 21, active. Worried about prostate cancer. Should I be worried?

More info needed. With your current symptoms, you may have a urinary tract infection or possibly a kidney infection. You must be seen and have a urine analysis and culture. You need to have your prostate checked as well because you could have an infection there. Do not take any chances. I would be more worried about infection than cancer at this time--you must also be worried about sexually transmitted disease. Read more...
Lbp. would worry more about STD, or prostatitis. Cancer low on the list but could be checked for all 3 at the same timei. Read more...

Lower back pain in different spots. Slight burning when urinating/ejaculating. Testicle ache. Std test clear. 21, active. Worried about prostate cancer?

Not cancer. It is very highly unlikely that you have prostate cancer. It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion about rest of your symptoms without examining you. If you are overweight, try losing weight for a beginning. Read more...
Not likely. based upon your information it seems as though the low back pain and pain running down your leg may be related to the same orthopedic process for which your doctor might order an MRI. Sounds like you have prostatitis which is associated with the burning on ejaculation and urination. Check with your family doctor about this.which might require antibiotics. Read more...

Bone inside butt left right painful + lower back bone pain. What are my chances of bone cancer? 61yrs of age. Prostate cancer radition 2yrs ago. Psa. 35

Small but definite - Chance with your hx of prostate cancer. See your orthopod to get investigated. I am sure your oncologist must be following you if its only been 2 yrs since you had radiation. I am sure he (she) can also tell you. Prostate cancers are generally amenable to radiation treatments and pts do very well. So check with your rad, oncologist ; an orthopod, as early DX means early treatment. Good luck. Read more...

My father diagnosed with prostate cancer he is having the hormonal treatment. He is 78, dr. Say it's localized in the prostate and litlle spot in the bone around, is that means it spread and no hope or he have the chance to live longer

His . His prognosis really depends on his overall state of health, stage and grade of his cancer. If there is indeed a "spot" in the bone, than it is certainly an advanced prostate cancer. That being said, depending on how far advanced and how responsive it is to hormonal treatment, he may live for years. Read more...
Yes there is hope! The information shared suggests he has stage IV prostate cancer and androgen blockade is appropriate. His outlook depends on his other health issues and not just his prostate cancer. Cheer up and enjoy his company. Read more...
Always hope. There are many different levels of aggressiveness with prostate cancer however most are not progressive. It is possible that even without treatment this disease will not shorten your father's life or cause him any symptoms. There are also very effective hormonal therapy options. Read more...

4 mo. Pain on palpitation in llq near hip bone, kub series neg. Off&on trace blood&protein in urinetest. Low back pain 39, m CT appt. Cancer?

Pain LLQ. You shouldn't jump to cancer conclusions. The symptom/finding can be many things. It is possibly small kidney stones not causing several pain or other possibilities. Without the workup one can't know and sounds like you're being followed appropriately. Read more...
Kidney problem. The top 2 items would be a kidney stone or a mass in the kidney that could account for your pain and trace blood. Read more...