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... I am a male what could blood and tissue in my urine mean? ... (2 replies)
... I went to the Dr. yesterday, but am now waiting for test results. I am OK with no infection and kidney function OK. Next will be my bladder being checked out. You are right I am thinking it could be bladder cancer. ... (2 replies)
... It means you need to go see a doctor. Since you asked the question on a prostate cancer forum you're probably worried that it's cancer? I've never heard of prostate cancer presenting those symptoms, but I'm not a doctor. Go to your doctor. (2 replies)

... a sign of cancer. Finasteride and dutasteride are actually useful for improving the predictive value of PSA. This was determined in one of the larger PC studies in recent years. ... (14 replies)
... A prostate needle biopsy causes scarring in prostate tissue, resulting in the release of blood into the urine or semen. One can find in the medical literature that it is not rare for a man to still have blood in his semen as long as two or three months after a prostatic biopsy. ... (3 replies)
High PSA
Mar 14, 2012
... nnecessary is because they usually will find something, something that if left alone might not ever be a problem. Therefore, they may lead to unnecessary anguish and treatments. ... (5 replies)
... I am glad to know that you have come to a decision. Everything now is focus on preparedness for the operation and after care. I believe you are already acquainted with the expected side effects. ... (33 replies)
... I'm inserting some comments in green. I'm responding after reading the nine good posts to date. ... (17 replies)
... By the way, your name applied to me too, but I'm doing very well in my ninth year controlling the bone density with Fosamax for most of the time, then Boniva, both with calcium and vitamin D3 supplements. ... (5 replies)
PSA rise
Nov 13, 2007
... I have read Able5 and daff's replies, but I would like to offer a different view, though what they said certainly has a good sound basis. That increase from .8 to 3. ... (9 replies)
Cancer then BPH
Oct 3, 2017
... known and very large conference of prostate cancer patients. ... (4 replies)
... op tests and consult with my Doc and procedure Tues, followed by cat scan and meeting with Doc then flew back home. ... (0 replies)
... caused by scar tissue from RT. Recently, in a period of one year, in two occasions, I saw blood in my stool and in my urine. ... (3 replies)
... I was diagnosed with Pca in Sept. ... (13 replies)
... I'll add some thoughts in green. ... (5 replies)
... The term "saturation biopsy" was used by my urologist when he planned to take 24 core samples. The fact that I had to be under general anesthesia left me in no position to argue that it was not saturated enough. My first biopsy ago which was negative had 12 core samples. ... (2 replies)
... That's a scary ride that you and your husband have been on these last two years. ... (17 replies)
Prostate up & Down
Jul 22, 2009
... Getting another PSA in 4 weeks strikes me as a good idea. ... (6 replies)
... had them since 35 yr. old, but they have worsened. His symptoms are an urgency to urinate frequently, but then a weak stream, some dribbling. He only ever had blood in his urine once when he was around 35, at which time he sought medical attention. A stent was inserted into the urethra and everything came back normal. ... (16 replies)
... Its easy for some one to view your clinical information and reassure you. I've been in your shoes and know what you are going through. With the cell type of your tumor, your low PSA and early stage, your prognosis is excellent! ... (13 replies)

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