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Ultrasound shows normal kidneys, enlarged prostrate, grade two prostatomegaly. Treatment?

MY USG REPORT SHOWS: 1. MY BOTH KIDNEYS ARE NORMAL IN SIZE. 2. PROSTATE IS ENLARGED IN SIZE, MEASURES 48 X 45 X 41 mm & APPROX. VOLUME IS 47.7 cc. 3. URINARY BLADDER IS NORMAL AND LUMEN IS EHOFREE. 4. PRE VOID VOLUME IS 325 cc; POST VOID VOLUME IS 9 cc (INSIGNIFICANT PVRV). 5. IMPRESSION: GRADE II PROSTATOMEGALY. PLEASE SUGGEST ABOUT TREATMENT.
Asked On : Sat, 8 Sep 2012
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Hi, many thanks for the query!
You should do- Sr. creatinine, Sr. Uric acid, Sr. PSA, X-ray KUB, Urine (R&M).
You haven't mentioned your age which is important.
Get Per Rectal examination gone by your Urologist, it is must, specifically to know about malignancy (cancer) in which case it is HARD in consistency.
If collectively it turns out to be benign (non-cancerous), i.e. BEP, then medications should be started with your doctor's opinion.
Operation may not be needed as you are asymptomatic.
Wish you a good health.
Take care.
Regards.
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