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In 1994 I was diagnosed with prostate, urinary tract immflammation..I still have very frequent urination, and short duraration.Coffee still agravates ?
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6 doctors agree
In brief: Time for a check up
18 years is a long time to put up with a symtom. Either go back to your doctor or change and get a new perspective.
Coffee does the same for everyone. You are in good compnay.

In brief: Time for a check up
18 years is a long time to put up with a symtom. Either go back to your doctor or change and get a new perspective.
Coffee does the same for everyone. You are in good compnay.
Dr. Andrew McCullough
Dr. Andrew McCullough
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5 doctors agree
In brief: Prostatitis
There is a general concern that while chronic prostatitis doesn't directly cause prostate cancer, it could contribute to its development.
You should make every effort to "mange" your condition. Zinc 25-50 mg daily, nsaids daily, and sitz baths/jacuzzi daily may be of benefit. You shouldn't have to put up with a condition for so long - see a urologist!

In brief: Prostatitis
There is a general concern that while chronic prostatitis doesn't directly cause prostate cancer, it could contribute to its development.
You should make every effort to "mange" your condition. Zinc 25-50 mg daily, nsaids daily, and sitz baths/jacuzzi daily may be of benefit. You shouldn't have to put up with a condition for so long - see a urologist!
Dr. Stephen Chinn
Dr. Stephen Chinn
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Dr. Andrew Turrisi
Radiation Oncology
4 doctors agree
In brief: You had it B4..
You may have it again, but like the Flomax (tamsulosin) commercial says, check you doctor to see if you have bladder outlet obstruction, prostate enlargement, check urine, and if over 40, a psa.
This can be benign enlarged prostate, but could also be assocated with prostate or bladder cancer or upper tract issues.

In brief: You had it B4..
You may have it again, but like the Flomax (tamsulosin) commercial says, check you doctor to see if you have bladder outlet obstruction, prostate enlargement, check urine, and if over 40, a psa.
This can be benign enlarged prostate, but could also be assocated with prostate or bladder cancer or upper tract issues.
Dr. Andrew Turrisi
Dr. Andrew Turrisi
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