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I am 64 years old and by may 23 will be completing 65 years. I have prostate enlargement for the last almost 10-11 years. It started as mild and now in grade ii with median lobe. I do not have much problem in urination. I do not face any urgency to urinate especially during night. Pre void up to 400 cc and post void is 40 cc. No pain while urinating. No pain while discharge of semen. No pain in stomach or large intestine or in motion. However my motion times have increased of late. My urine and stool reports are normal. My latest psa is 4.230 ng/ml. I have gall bladder stones for the last 10 years and they are silent. I have bp for which I take nebstar sa and is in control. Not diabetic. All other reports are normal. My doctor has advised me to take flodart plus daily night but yet to start. Looking for medical advise from all wings please.

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