Hi Mohammed Mohsin. Thanks for your query and for using health care magic
You father has three main problems
1. Left Inguinal Pain
3. Chronic Prostatitis
3. Elevated PSA which has returned to normal now
The left inguinal pain which he is having is likely related to related to the prostatitis. The inguinal lymphnodes
usually drain lymph from the perineal area and prostate
, and get enlarged and calcified if there is an local infection. A detailed examination by doctor can ascertain the exact cause of his inguinal pain.
Prostatitis is an infectious condition and it takes a prolonged course of antibiotics for the infection to clear. He has received considerable number of antibitics and for a long duration. The infection is likely to be under control. You can do urine culture to verify whether the infection if present or not.
His current PSA is normal. PSA can get elevated in Prostatitis and it comes back to normal after antibiotics has controlled the infection. This is is the case with your father.
Hope this answers your query.
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