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Done USG. Prostate with insignificant residual volume, weakness, painful stomach, painful testicles. What can I expect?

My u.s.g. finding reveals grad 1 prostate megaly with insignificant residual volume. This was done on 13 months ago. Now I am feelings weaknesses after toilet and pain in left side of stomach along with pain in left side bone of waist and pain in left testicles. Please comments and advice. Pls answer me I will pay on tomorrow.
Fri, 7 Jun 2013
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Radiologist 's  Response
May 2014
As per USG report 13 months bac you were diagnosed to have grade 1 prostatomegaly 13 months ago with insignificant residual volume.
Right now you are having other problems like left sided abdominal pain and weakness after toilet and pain also in left pelvic bone and testicles.

For a basic investigation I would suggest that you repeat the USG once more and also get Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) test done. Then you may please visit your doctor with both reports and he will be in a position to guide you further. Surprisingly in your question, you have not mentioned anything about difficulty or increased frequency in passing urine, whcic are commonly seen in prostatomegaly.
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