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What are the usual symptoms of a prostate cyst?

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In brief: Asymptomatic

Prostatic cysts are typically discovered on ultrasound or other xray test and are relatively rare findings.
Majority do not cause symptoms (unless large and could result in lower urinary tract symptoms) and are discovered incidentally. Many arise in the midline of prostate and congenital in origin.

In brief: Asymptomatic

Prostatic cysts are typically discovered on ultrasound or other xray test and are relatively rare findings.
Majority do not cause symptoms (unless large and could result in lower urinary tract symptoms) and are discovered incidentally. Many arise in the midline of prostate and congenital in origin.
Dr. Matthew Thom
Dr. Matthew Thom
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Dr. James Lin
Urology

In brief: Usually, no Sx...

Most prostate cysts are found in prostate ultrasound exam for concerning prostate cancer or rarely in assessing azoospermia (no sperm in semen).
They are usually asymptomatic and require no action. For individual concern, ask Doc timely.

In brief: Usually, no Sx...

Most prostate cysts are found in prostate ultrasound exam for concerning prostate cancer or rarely in assessing azoospermia (no sperm in semen).
They are usually asymptomatic and require no action. For individual concern, ask Doc timely.
Dr. James Lin
Dr. James Lin
Thank

In brief: Asymptomatic

Prostatic cysts are typically discovered on ultrasound or other xray test and are relatively rare findings.
Majority do not cause symptoms (unless large and could result in lower urinary tract symptoms) and are discovered incidentally. Many arise in the midline of prostate and congenital in origin.

In brief: Asymptomatic

Prostatic cysts are typically discovered on ultrasound or other xray test and are relatively rare findings.
Majority do not cause symptoms (unless large and could result in lower urinary tract symptoms) and are discovered incidentally. Many arise in the midline of prostate and congenital in origin.
Dr. Matthew Thom
Dr. Matthew Thom
Thank
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