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Q & A - Prostate Cancer



The Q&A's are never to be used as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment of your case. Always seek the advice of your physician(s) with any questions you may have regarding you medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this site.

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1.  My prostate gland measures 15 grams. Is this okay, or do I have a problem?
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2.  I have a “trabeculated bladder.” Does this mean that I have chronic obstructive bladder outlet and if so, could it become completely obstructed?
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3.  In the 2018 Summer/Fall QUEST, you state, “The prostate is located right next to the rectum, and it is possible for intestinal bacteria to enter the prostate through lymphatic channels causing infection, inflammation and swelling of the prostate.” What is the reference for the assertion that intestinal bacteria can enter the prostate from the rectum?
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4.  My husband had radical prostatectomy and lymph nodes removal, as they contained metastases. After six weeks, his PSA is <0.03. Does he need to have radiation?
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