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Just some questions for you... My Doc isn't too verbal, but a nice guy, and just wanted some input on here.
First off I'm 28 yr old male 6'0"/180 lbs and in good physical condition.
3 Years ago I went to a doctor with a "burning" where I would think my prostate woud be, he did an exam and said my prostate was enlarged and softer than it should be. He put me on anit-biotics and it went away.
Well about 3 months ago the same thing has happened. The Doc put me on Doxycyc for 10 days, it went away and came back about 5 days later. He put me on 30 days next, it went away and then it came back 5 days later with the same burning/warm feeling in the prostate area.
He just scheduled me for a CT Scan and some blood work.
Just looking for some input from anyone on this board.
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