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PSA 11.1
Could this be an infection?
Posted by doowah
PSA elevated
My husband is 67 his PSA came back at 11.1. What does that mean?
Posted by doowah
Having a psa of 7.9 scared
I am 67 and have had an enlarged prostate for years -i take rapaflo 8 mg and the doctor took a sonogram on...More
Posted by theworrier1
prevents your colon from harmful wastes
Cleansing and detoxification are generally a pair of hype text of which anyone looks like it's employing...More
Posted by lindaeinrics
Psa of 7.9 after six month checkup
In jan I had psa 3.3- I also have an enlarged prostate. Went to urologist on 8/1 and he said dre was fine...More
Posted by theworrier1
PSA
Would like to no some info.... on Avodart...had PSA result as 5,what does this mean,is there cancer in the...More
Posted by An_258677
surely help you get positive and faster results
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Posted by wilaoseson
Burning sensation during climax
Since my radical prostectomy I have a burning sensation that seems to go through my urethra that lasts just a...More
Posted by An_246614
Burning sensation during climax
Since my radical prostectomy I have a burning sensation that seems to go through my urethra that lasts just a...More
Posted by An_246614
danger?
Is there any danger or correlation between having prostate cancer and it causing your partner any health...More
Posted by Anon_605

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