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Prostate Out, stomach pain, peeing a lot.

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My dad had his prostate out in August 2014 and he is still has pain but its his stomach and he has to go to the bathroom more then usual that is peeing a lot and he is stubberin to go and ask the doctor question so can you please help me


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replied October 22nd, 2014
Prostate Cancer Answer A49675
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Pain abdomen is a frequent complaint after prostatectomy and simple NSAIDS and slight antispasmodics are sued to combat it. The frequency of urination aside from prostate removal is a UTI which is common with such intervention. Avoid fluids from mid afternoon, no caffeine or beverages or any kind of stimulants.

Seek a urologist for further guidance.

Take care


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