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Suffering from frequent urination and lower back pain. Prostate or bladder cancer?

Hello, i m an 18 year old male starting when I was 12 years old I had frequent urination . Now I m 18 and the problem still continues. With in the last week my back has been hurting, first my upper back but not its all lower. I don t wake up at night to urinate, frequent urination during the day and back pain . I m afraid it could be Prostate or Bladder Cancer .
Asked On : Thu, 17 Jan 2013
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HI thanks for your question You are 18 years old and your chances of having bladder or prostate cancer are very very less.However you can have infection of prostate called as prostitis.The second possibilities is of urinary tract infection.Back pain could be due to UTI.I would suggest you to consult a physian who will be able to evaluate you for your symptoms and accordingly he/she may prescribe you antibiotics in case of UTI.You may need to get your urine examination and urine culture done to confirm or rule out UTI,as a cause of your symptoms.
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