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What are the possible causes of continuous pain felt deep within the rectum in a 50yr old male where there are no sinister features on systemic enquiry and the rectal and prostate examination are unremarkable

A: We found very little information on the topic.  The information we did find was found via a general search of the internet.  The two main lists we found are reproduced below so many of the potential causes might not be ‘appropriate’ The following is a list from an American patient information leaflet [1] - Hemorrhoids - Anal fissure - Proctalgia fugax - Levator ani syndrome - Cancer - Infection - Inflammatory bowel disease - Foreign bodies in the rectum or rectal prolapse The American Family Practice Notebook has a section on anorectal pain [2], which gives the following potential causes: causes: Local
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common causes of back pain

A: Almost, although definitely not all, the case of low back pain result from mechanical conditions: mainly sprain or strain of the muscles (70%), and various other problems of the spinal coloumn. pain may arise from problems in internal organs (2%), such as the prostate, kidneys, aorta or bowel, and from other conditions (1%) such as cancer, infection of the spine or inflammation of the joints of the spine. You may read more here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Back_pain...


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What are the causes and symptoms of prostate cancer?

A: The cause is old age, the symptom is you fail a PSA blood test. my father in law had prostate cancer 6 years ago, he had difficulty passing water, and alot of griping pains around his bladder region, he had radiotherapy and is still okay today, it is one of the most treatable cancers, sometimes if left too long it can go into your bones the cancer but i have to STIPULATE, this is not common and it never happened to my father in law, he was just told this at christies. some times its only found through a blood test called Psa and you can have symtoms like not passing water properly or bladder pain my brother found out about his while seeing his uroligist over a...


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What are the causes and symptoms of prostate cancer?

A: Crazy.Stupid.Love.720p.BluRay.x264-REFiNED MEGAUPLOAD LINKShttp://xurl.es/siw1p prostate Cancer causes: The cause of prostate cancer is unknown, but the cancer is not thought to be related to benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). The risk (predisposing) factors for prostate cancer include advancing age, genetics (heredity), hormonal influences, and such environmental factors as toxins, chemicals, and industrial products. The chances of developing prostate cancer increase with age. Thus, prostate cancer under age 40 is extremely rare, while it is common in men older than 80 years

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prostate pain leading to spermatic pain

A: Dave, by far the most common cause of genital and scrotal pain in the presence of anatomically normal testicles (& apparently your urologist has determined this) is indeed an inflammation of the prostate gland, so called prostatitis.  However, there are many varieties of prostatitis.  Symptoms that might occur with prostatitis include frequency of urination, slowing of the urinary stream, burning with voiding or ejaculation, burning in the penile tip unrelated to voiding, urethral discharge, sexual dysfunction (such as difficulty with erection), aching in the penis, testicles, and...
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What are the symptoms of prostate cancer in the initial and terminal phases?

A: this is quite an obscure question so is hard to answer without more details. initially men may experience difficulty in passing urine. the prostate gland increases in size and therefore hinders the passage of urine. men will have difficulty emptying their bladder fully. this leads to frequency of needing to pass urine, urgency to pass urine and increased need to get up and pass urine. urine infections also can occur due to poor bladder evacuation. as the disease progress these symptoms may increase..there may be pressure down bellow and they may experience constipation. there may be blood in the urine and as it really progresses and the cancer spreads (often to the bones), they may...


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Symptoms of prostate cancer?

A: prostate cancer usually doesn''t produce any noticeable symptoms in its early stages, so many cases of prostate cancer aren''t detected until the cancer has spread beyond the prostate. For most men, prostate cancer is first detected during a routine screening such as a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test or a digital rectal exam (DRE). When signs and symptoms do occur, they depend on how advanced the cancer is and how far the cancer has spread. Early signs and symptoms of prostate cancer can include urinary problems, caused when the prostate tumor presses on the...


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What Are the Common causes of Green Semen?

A: Consistently green semen that persists for more than three weeks is a likely indicator of a prostate infection or prostatitis. Semen is typically a cloudy white fluid but can turn yellow or green from bacteria and pus. The consistency and color of an individualís semen will vary depending on diet, age, and ejaculation frequency. In most cases, such changes are temporary and harmless. Individuals who note a persistent change in appearance and odor of their semen should consider consulting with a medical care professional.. Human semen is an organic fluid that can contain spermatozoa, enzymes, and fructose. It is produced in the seminal vesicle and secreted by the...


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prostate pain

A: Ken, in spite of your normal feeling prostate, the most common cause of these complaints is an inflammation of the prostate gland, so called prostatitis.  Symptoms that might occur with prostatitis include frequency of urination, slowing of the urinary stream, burning with voiding or ejaculation, burning in the penile tip unrelated to voiding, sexual dysfunction (such as difficulty with erection), aching in the penis, testicles, and discomfort in the lower abdomen, low back, groin, rectum or perineum (the area between the scrotum and rectum ? between the wind and the rain).    The passage
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Are there any physical symtoms of prostate cancer ?

A: Frequent nighttime urination, difficulty starting your stream. THese are all symptoms of prostate problems and indicate an enlarged prostate. That does not mean that it is for sure cancer and many times the enlarged prostate is benign but these would be some symptoms. The best marker is a PSA blood test. yes having to get up in the night for a wee prostate cancer is usually adenocarcinoma. Symptoms are rare until urethral obstruction occurs. Diagnosis is suggested by digital rectal examination or prostate-specific antigen measurement and confirmed by biopsy. Prognosis for most patients with prostate cancer, especially...


 
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