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Pain during urination, tests showed grade 1 prostrate, normal pfa test, advised niftran. Suggestion?

Hello doctor, My father aged 52 years is facing some pain during urination . We did conault dr. Dilip javali at mallya hospital, bangalore and doctor had advised a scan, various blood tests. All the test results appear. Under tests for prostrate, tests indicated that the size has increased marginally and in summary, grade 1 prostrate was written. To seek more clarification on this, doctor advised a pfa test and results of pfa test was normal. Free psa % was 19% and psa is 2.2. So doctor informed us there is nothing to worry and also told us that growth of prostrate is commin after 45 years and occurs in 95% of men. He has asked my dad to take niftran 100 mg tablets for 10 days. Please let me know your openion.
Asked On : Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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Hi, Pruthvikumar.
Thanks for query.
At this age enlarge prostate is common problem giving rise to urinary symptoms like going for urination more times, particularly during night time.
As other tests for prostate are normal, nothing to worry.
The medicine your doctor prescribed will work and continue as per his advice.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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