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Frequency of Urination

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  • Hi guys, went to the doc and they said I have an engarged prostate and maybe some prostatitis with it, but doesn't seem serious, but the medications they gave me.. Man.. I want to stop already. They don't make me feel all that wonderful.

    Cefadroxil Monohydrate Anti-Biotic
    Mefenamic
    Tamsulosin
  • Moderator double post, please delete this. Thanks.
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  • Tallguy,
    I'm happy to hear you went to the Dr. for this and it has turned out to be prostatitis.
    One of our closest friends was 52 and was diagnosed with stage IV prostate cancer. He was having difficulty urinating (his flow would stop and go on it's own mid stream) he had urgency to go often and it wasn't due to a full bladder. I'm happy to say that he had his prostate removed, had a few weeks of radiation treatment and is currently doing well. After all of what he went through, he has made it his duty to inform men 40+ to have their prostates checked and makes them aware of the signs and symptoms. He isn't completely cancer free but he is in remission and is enjoying life as best as he can.

    Good luck to you, I hope you feel better soon. :)
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