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Jan. 2018 started having pelvic discomfort, thigh discomfort, back discomfort, frequent urinating.  Age 52.   Doctor put me on Flomax and things subsided. I had CT scan and nothing abnormal. PSA’s are low .4 and .5. Rectal exam, slightly larger than normal but no other abnormalities. As of today I am having back and thigh pain.
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