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... blood in urine and from rectum. He is feeling well after the biopsy, just his joints hurt because he has been off his regular medication since a week before the biopsy and tylenol really doesn't help. ... (7 replies)
... With regard to my prostate biopsy experience, I can only speak about the bleeding that shows itself in the semen. ... (7 replies)
... I went to a urologist for E.D. and frequent urination. I had already had blood work done and my PSA was .7 which is very low. Upon examining my prostate by doing a DRE, he found a hard lump on the right side of my prostate. He scheduled a biopsy in 2 weeks. ... (3 replies)

... I just wanted to share that I crossed the next threshold in this "prostate drama" on Friday. To my gratified surprise my biopsy process was a "good" one. Prep was easy and the urologist was considerate of my comfort during the process. ... (2 replies)
... :wave::wave:hi i have a large prostate gland which is pressing on my bladder thats why i must have a prostate biospy not looking forward to it or the colonoscopy being a baby when it comes to pain thankyou for letting me to what expect on the day regards paul (15 replies)
... I am not sure what type of proceedure Tall Allen had but my experience is much like the others. It was a little uncomfortable but not bad. Like you, I was thinking I could have my colonoscopy and prostate biopsy at the same time. ... (15 replies)
... t have an experience base to measure against. ... (25 replies)
... procedure. I was warned to expect blood in my semen for up to a week after. In fact it was over 3 weeks before all traces disappeared and for the first week to 10 days my semen was quite brown. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for sharing your opinion and real life experience about your Brother. ... (6 replies)
... I had the same experience as you are having now, and was a little reticent to have a biopsy, however, although the prostate was not swollen, the biopsy revealed hi grade Cancer in 12 of 14 segments taken. ... (3 replies)
... My biopsy went smoothly 11 days ago. Absolutely no side effects at all. My urine was pinkish the first day but nothing after that. ... (32 replies)
... Personally, I would not trust a urologist whose opening gambit is a prostate biopsy. The urologist who ultimately performed my RRP suggested an MRI before deciding on a biopsy. ... (7 replies)
... Hopefully the biopsy is negative to cancer and the rise of PSA is due to BHP. ... (2 replies)
... blocker like Rapaflo if you are having urinary symptoms. Some guys experience urinary symptoms with only slight enlargement, some don't have any with even a lot of enlargement. ... (2 replies)
... mendation not to have routine PSA testing. Their logic is that the side effects of treatment are almost always more harmful than the disease itself. In most men, prostate cancer is an indolent disease which does not need curing. The hard part is figuring out which cases do need curing. ... (13 replies)
... my urologist recommended a biopsy a couple of weeks back. ... (3 replies)
... I've been reading here for a couple of months now and hoped to never post, but here begins my saga. ... (14 replies)
... biopsies I had were positive, even though he is conservative in his recommendations to get surgery, I should definitely get surgery because my prostate is so saturated with cancer. ... (8 replies)
... and blood in my stool. Although there is still some sensation of having the ultrasound in me I'm only a bit tender and no trouble sitting. ... (25 replies)
... The worst part of my biopsy was the injection to prevent an infection of my hip which was resurfaced. For some reason there was a sharp pain after the injection that lasted about 30 seconds. ... (25 replies)

Associated Tags: low psa, nodule, prostate, prostate biopsy, prostate biopsy infection, prostate cancer

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