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Back pain in the middle of the back, slow urine flow, dizziness. Diagnosed with enlarged prostrate, high protein in urine. Causes for symptoms?

Hello my name is XXXX, for the last 3 weeks ive been having pain in the middle of my back left and right side, slow urine flow with dribbling , and dizzy spells. i went to the emergency room a week ago and was told i have an enlarged prostate and high protein in urine . what could i be suffering from. i am a 25 year old male
Asked On : Tue, 19 Jun 2012
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Proteins in the urine indicates kidney damage. In such young age the prostate enlargement and protein in the urine by be due to infection. But other causes like malignancies should also be rule out.
In this situation I would refer my patient to an urologist to evaluate for the cause and treatment.
Seek medical help as soon as possible.
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