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Rectal examination. Prostate soft. Why digestion issues?

good evening doctor, i am a 28 yr old indian male,64 kg in weight,average built.for last 4 months i am suffering from urinary frequency (15-20 times in day), urgency (can t hold even a little amount of urine),burning in urine sometimes .i have to use force to empty my bladder.feel uneasy in the bladder area as soon as urine accumulates in urologist run some test and found e coli bacteria in my urine.he also did a rectal examination on which he found my prostate a little boggy(soft) and a little enlargement.and he said it is chronic bacterial prostatitis . i have taken many course of antibiotics but i am still in the same urine has calcium oxalate cyrstals too.i have problems regarding digestion too.there is so much flatulence and stools are hard and feeling of unemptiness is always there.i always feel feverish. kindly help me sir.would i regain my health ever.
Asked On : Mon, 3 Sep 2012
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Hi, as you describe you have E coli infection of urine, and prostate enlagement. there are calcium oxalate crystals in urine. It appears there are oxalate stones in the urinary tract. You may need to have MRI,or urithroscopy for confirmatin . Thank you.
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