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So I have been to my Urologist now twice with prostate issues. I have pain in my groin. I am having a clear discharge after urination and I go a lot. Some times my orgasm is painful and I have noticed a lack of sex drive. She wants me to try Alfuzosin to help with urination. I had just finished three weeks of Cipro and had some improvement of my symptoms. I noticed last night that when I have an errection that I can feel a lump in my Rectum. My meeting with my uro went a bit strange if you ask me as she asked do you think you still have prostatitis? I said I am not sure because I still have symptoms, so she didn't want to do a PSA test yet. She said try the medicine to see if you get a bit of releif and come back in four weeks we will test your PSA then and if it is high she said she will want to do a biopsy. I feel like she knows something that I don't. My dad had similar issues at my age and it was BPH and they never did a biopsy on him so why me? I did find it painful when she milked my prostate as I screamed. Frankly I didn't think that would happen, but years ago when I was 18 I had to see a Urologist for a similar problem and I remember that it hurt so bad I passed out. This seems to be normal for me. Call it a hunch, but I don't beleive that I have prostate cancer, but I doubt that I will have a low PSA with all that is going on. Honestly what will change in 4 weeks that she wants to do a PSA then? I doubt things are going to change. I will not have a biopsy though. If I have to explore this more I think a 3T MRI would show what is wrong with my prostate and it will tell if I need a biopsy or not. Why on earth would my Uro assume my PSA is going to be high and need a biopsy. Why wouldn't we do some less invasive tests first. Anyone else have these issues? I am scared now to go back in.
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