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Prostate stones
Jun 19, 2006
... I had never heard of Prostate stones either . My Urologist said that being that close to the surface they are bound to pop out and that most stones are buried very deep in the Prostate so you never know they are there. ... (5 replies)
Prostate stones
Jun 18, 2006
... I had chronic prostatis for years..in Jan. 2005, my urologist did a TURP, and found that I had stones, which apparently were the cause of the infections. Unfortunately, when the lab results came back from the TURP, I had prostate cancer, so I had the RP in March, 2005. ... (5 replies)
Prostate stones
Nov 29, 2007
... r. The diget up the rear... not so bad . Then the parascope DOWN!!! O'Lord. Talk about invasive. Took a look down the scope my self. Yes, the old rock is the cause of the blood in the pee. ... (5 replies)

Prostate stones
Sep 29, 2010
... Recently my PSA was 10 and after seeing the urologist and being on Cipro for 3 weeks he did a biopsy and a Prostate ultra sound. When he did the probe he found I had a lot of stones and that was causing my PSA to be high. ... (1 replies)
Prostate question
Sep 10, 2013
... obstructions of the urinary tract. The CT scan had contrast dye, and also rules out obstructions, strictures and stones. ... (3 replies)
Burning urination
Jul 14, 2008
... simply stated as prostate swelling non cancerous. ... (6 replies)
... example only, I become interested in the inflammatory response caused by a well known microbe present in the gut. This microbe must be contaminating other areas of the body and in particular the urinogenital system. ... (0 replies)
... couple of ideas that might prove useful in your quest for understanding. ... (6 replies)
... Hey dude. I read the whole thing. I am having trouble with the damaging the prostate thing in itself. ... (25 replies)
... release in some men. But these crystals in semen are what got me talking about kidney stones. Kidney stones are actually not a likely cause, but crystals in semen are not normal at all. What color are they? ... (10 replies)
... I believe it could be the secondary cause for my bone problems which should not be happening at my age! You do not want to end up with bone fractures at an early age. ... (26 replies)
... The lack of response is because you seem to have an unusual situation. ... (4 replies)


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