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Pulled groin muscle, burning on urination. On pain medication. Low PSA, urine test normal. History of enlarged prostrate. Treatment?

I think i pulled a groin muscle and now have burning sensation when did a urine test and everything was infections.he gave me some pain medication for my groin.when i sit for extended periods ot seems worse though.he said i do have an enlarged last psa test was low.he didn t test me last year but i am going now.any ideas?
Asked On : Sat, 23 Jun 2012
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You have just sustained a pull injury to the groin muscle.

If the pain medication prescribed to you are not working good enough, ask your doctor to increase the dosage or change to a higher strength pain killer.

Your urine report is normal, there is nothing to worry.

Please go ahead with the PSA test.

You will recover from this pull injury soon.

My best wishes to you.

Take care.
Answered: Sun, 24 Jun 2012
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