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I recently have noticed an enlarged Lymph node in my groin and am now concerned that I have prostate cancer. I am 51 yo and there is a history of prostate enlargement in the family.
I had severe fever along with tonsilitis 2 months ago,and thelymph nodes in the neck became prominent and did several tests but could not diagnose the disease.finally the dr. told to take a biopsy of the axial node and the result came as hodgkins lymphoma.i consulted an oncologist at R.C.C(TRIVANDRUM), many tests including CT scan, bone marrow ,blood tests etc were done, CT scan showed hepatomegaly , all the other tests were normal. Dr.
Hi My husband, 44 years old, white with no history of prostate cancer in the family has suffered for nearly 12 months with continual prostate pain, having undergone a bladder neck incision (which he has since been told he should not have had!) countless antibiotics, none of which have helped, MRI, ultrasound scans and urodynamic tests, he recently underwent a biopsy.
Hopefully somebody that knows more then me will respond. It doesn't sound like the cancer stated in her lungs, if that is truew its not lung cancer but possibly bone cancer, which not to frighten you but you should know all you can to make your mom as comfortable as possible. Alot of pain killers, because it is very painful, I'am sure the drs. would have suggested treatment?? If it was of benefit?? What do they say?? You have to ask ALOT of questions.
Hi My husband has suffered for almost a year with continuous prostate pain. He went through a bladder neck incision (which we have since been told he should not have had!). No PSA tests have been done and as he is only 44, white and no history of prostate cancer in the family, risk factors were thought to be low. Following a recent biopsy he has been told that evidence of PIN has been found.
Since I had the LLQ pain first, and now this bladder/prostate feeling. Could I have had some kind of cancer that has now moved to the prostate?? Please give me your best answer. Understand that I am relying on a Charity hospital for care, and that unless you are DYING, they refer and refer you, and the appointments are weeks if not months away from now. My next appointment is in like 2 weeks. Q2: What tests are done for prostate check.
-Tumor (you have history of prostate cancer so this should be ruled out in your case) -medication side effects -central nervous system infections (meningitis) -CNS vasculitis -neck problems (as in cervicogenic headache which causes predominantly pain at the back of the head) -bleeds in the brain -clots in the veins in the brain -benign intracranial hypertension (due to elevated pressure in the fluid around the brain called CSF, suggested by the presence of papilledema, or optic nerve swelling
Also for a long time now, I have sometimes a weird pain or discomfort in the abandomen.In the right side usually. Its not sharp or severe just a discomfort. I said weird because sometimes seems to be moving for example from the upper part behing my chest to the lower part (near my kideneys) in a couple of hours or vanished for days or appear to the left side. I do not have any other symptom as far as I know.
I know that most prostate cancer is slow growing but judging by his pain and his high PSA his must be a very aggressive type. I'm just wondering what types of treatment are available at this stage-if there are any chemo drugs that don't have too many bad side effects, or other treatments. Also, what happens in the future? I wont ask about life expectancy because I know there are so many different factors that decide that, but how do men die from this? Does it always spread further-i.
I recently had oral sex from my girl friend of eight months. this is our first sexual experience. i later got some marks on my penis which a doctor diagnosed as a red **** from vigorous oral sex. possible skin irritation but nothing to be alarmed about but it has been persistent.
Dr My question was posted April 2009- since then another ultrasound was done on Nov 2009 that said Hpoechoic mass between prostate and bladder measuring 3.7cmx2.7cmx 3.4cm did scope which shows the nodule pushing into the bladder right near the neck of the bladder.I did another Biopsie in June 2009 which showed BASAL CELL HYPEERPLASIA'. we still did a wait and see.
You can see the distribution of involvement from the bone scan. Pain in the throat may be related to the pain in the neck or may be a different problem altogether (infection, oral candida). Have your doctor inspect his mouth during consultation.
neck, liver, and now the prostate. So far only one from my neck was removed. The liver cyst is simple and we are doing follow-up images for any changes. The biggest worry is my prostate nodules. Fifteen months ago my PSA was 0.4 and my prostate sized in at 2.5 X 3.5 cm. I also had a transrectal MRI. The cyst had a bit of debris and no solid component. It was a wait and see situation. Unfortunately I lost my job and insurance.
She told me it was probably nothing, but if I wanted to I could page the Dr. He answered and told me the Neck Pain and Shoulder pain was just tension and anxiety. He then said the small speckle was NOTHING. He said if I'm not having blood in my urine, which I am NOT, and or pain in my prostate, which I am NOT, then I am fine. He said at my age, 31, that is NOTHING to worry about and was probably just a fluke. Out of paranoia, I "took care of myself" AGAIN...
The pain finally diminished, but about a month later it started in my right neck. The pain now runs all the way down my neck and into my shoulder and right chest a bit. It especially hurts if I apply pressure to my pulse(Carotid artery). It feels like inflammed nerves or something. So, I went back to another doctor and he gave the same diagnosis. He said unfortunatley the cause is unknown. Now I am on a stronger anti-inflammatory. I just want to know the cause so it won't come back.
My grandfather (58) has a lot of complications with his health (Hep B, Hep C, Prostate Cancer, and Fibromyalgia) So for the nerve problems with his upper spine/ lower neck area, today he went to his doctor after having a million tests done and they started talking about treatment options. They said you can have a surgery done, or you can go through pain management for approx. the next 6 years and then most likely have the surgery done later anyway.
Everywhere I've looked for symptoms it says nothing about the neck and ears so interested to hear your story. Before this bout I had pelvic (sitting bones) pain and pain round the arse. My GP is now doing more urine/blood tests and sending me to a urologist. Has yours mentioned PSA check?
Last two weeks he hasn't felt well, tells me that his neck and shoulders are killing him(pain) and he hasn't done any strenuous activities. Started taking vicodin for the pain...he said that Advil/Tylenol didn't help at all. I'm worried about him and he says he's fine. What are the chances that the pain has to do w/prostrate cancer spreading? He swears to all of us that his cancer is contained within the prostrate...I have no way to verify....
Hello, Within the past year my 76 year old father underwent successful radiation treatment for prostate cancer. Within the past 6 weeks doctors removed an enlarged lymph node from his neck for biopsy. The positive results prompted a chest xray confirming he has squamous cell lung cancer. I live in another state and Dad keeps insisting he does not need me to come at this time. I very much think it is important for me to be there with him for doctor visits, support, etc.
Welcome to the forum. Almost certainly "various lumps and bumps" in your mouth are not due to HPV, and certainly they are not cancer. The only oral cancer known to be caused by HPV is of the back of the throat, and is almost never seen in people under 40 years old. Also, HPV of the throat, as well as cancer itself, is entirely painless. There is no chance that any of these symptoms, or your possibly inflamed lymph nodes, are due to HPV or cancer.
The pain can be due to urinary bladder infection, stone or due to UTI too. Prostate infection too can cause pain below the belly button. However this pain can also be due to colitis or para-umbilical hernia or even due to appendicitis. Hope this helps. It is difficult to comment beyond this at this stage. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted. Take care!
The only thing closest I experienced to that was what happened to my father who had terminal prostate cancer that spread to the bones. He just recently died in December. Dr told him he had 1 year as well. If it's any consolation, you can possibly help yourself financially at this time so you can make yourself & your family more comfortable.
Just recently I found out that I have a fistula (hole) in my prostate and rectum. Currently pain can be so bad that I can't function. I'm not suggesting that you might have a fistula, since the pain now is far worse that what I used to have about a year ago. Whenever I used to get an infection I allways experienced some level of pain, however at times it turned into a stabbing pain. This usuall came shortly after sneezing, or coughing or just adjusting my position.
after this i had hard time remembering things and getting back into my job etc...one last thing is that i developed back and neck pain like they maybe dropped me after surgery or something and yanked left arm as well. felt like car accident after the surgery etc...i also have fibroids in the ueterus that could be blocking flow of urine etc but they refuse to remove these fibroids...also have cysts in ovary on other side also but these are much smaller...and hopefully are gone for good....
I am going to my Urogilist next week, but in the meantime I am just now ending radiation treatments for prostate cancer. The Radioligist says that this new pain has nothing to do with radition. If there is anyone qulified to comment, I would appreciate your imput.
PSA last fall was normal. Can prostate cancer cause all these other arm/ shoulder pain and muscle twitches, and other symptoms? Any other thoughts? Question: Can a nerve condition cause these urinary issues? Prostate Cancer - same question. thanks.
thats where you need to head and give them your light duty note. My brother just had prostate cancer and his doctor gave specifics of what he could do and not do on his job. It's really for your own protection and health.
Finally, I tied the numbness in my right thigh to my neck, by falling asleep reading one evening with my head propped up at too sharp an angle for sleeping. I awoke with the incumbent neck pain, AND numbness in my right thigh.....which went away soon after getting up and stretching a bit.
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