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Discomfort while passing bowels, prositus, severe pelvic, abdominal pain. Treatment?

Hello doctor. I have not had a comfortable bowl movement in over 3 years. I have been diagnosed with Prositus. But from what i read, its more related to urinary issues. I feel like i have a golf ball in my behind and i cant get it out. It often gives me sever pelvic and abdominal pain . Is there anything i can do about this?
Asked On : Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Feb 2016
This is called Prostatitis.
3 years is a long time to suffer. You should get the following investigations done- to be done by a General Surgeon or an Urologist.
Prostatic massage is a part of the treatment and diagnosis. you get a fluid for testing, culture sensitivity.
Blood including PSA to see there is no Cancer.
Biopsy in suspected cases of cancer.
CT scan to evaluate the genitourinary system.
Gold Quantiferon test for Tb
One the investigations are done a proper diagnosis is possible.
Only a proper diagnosis can tell us the most proper treatment for you to get a correct treatment.
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