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What does the urine bleeding post micro surgery in prostrate mean ?

Hi Doc....my father is a diabetic prostate cancer patient,age 70.last year he had operation,where both testis were removed & had done micro surgery in prostate but not removed.now for last 3days he is suffering from high blood sugar 350 and continues urine bleeding . his PSA level is 3.65 right now. now the question is that does the bleeding happening from sugar infection or cancer spread ed all through the body??
Asked On : Sun, 29 May 2011
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Hi Sonakshi, Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum.
He is having hematuria, which means Blood in Urine and there are various causes to it. In his case it is die to the Enlarged Prostate and may abe advanced stage of Prostate cancer that is the a widespread cancer. But nothing can be said unless examined as the other causes for Blood in Urine has to be ruled out before coming to a Final diagnosis. Get him examined by his Urologist, so that he can evaluate him thoroughly and rn few tests including Serum Creatitine to know his Kidney status. The normal PSA should be less than 4 and it is between 4 and 10, it indicates a 25% chance of it being prostate cancer. Treating the cause will definitely improve his medical status. See to it he is taking his medication regularly and take him for regular follow up. He should be eating healthy nutritious balanced diet which should include fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables. He may require Radiation and chemotherapy if deemed necessary. He should Try to exercise most days of the week. Get enough sleep each night so that he wakes up feeling rested, the next day and maintain a Healthy weight.

I Wish him Good Health, Take Care.
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