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I made a PAE one and half year ago.
First 30 days were horrible and very painful. Excruciating pain when begin urinating (no medicine was able to subside it), blood in urine and feces during 30 days.
Sometimes I urinated on myself (flow was released) and I passed a big chunk of something
like a piece of my prostate and which cause me great horror.
After 60 days I began to urinate very well (like a young, I´m 67) with strong and great volume.
After one year flow diminished a lot, but I´m stiill able to pass 200ml / 250ml more slowly.
Today I drink 1,5 lt of water until 1p.m to avoid urinate by night.
Worst symptom right now is great difficult in begin urinating. Don´t want to use alpha-blockers.
Prostate weight before: 120 and right now 95.
My doc said "new arteries have grown but no worries, we can make a second PAE".
I learn from a Dr. Pisco article that some arteries must be isolated during PAE so you won´t
feel pain after it (penile and proximal bladder arteries). Is that true?
I would like to ask you if you can guide me to an article which shows me success rate of a
second PAE and which strategies you use to fight pain after that surgery.
How can I protect my only one kidney from contrast dye during MRIs? I read that NAC plus
vit C just before the test can do the job. Any clinical trials proving it?
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