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Old 03-07-2008, 09:16 PM   #1
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Prostate spasms, help!

I've been having pulsating vibrations in my groin area. It's intermittent, and of course when I saw a doctor, it wasn't happening. He mentioned the prostate, and did an exam, and he didn't think it felt swollen, and I told him I wasn't having pain, so he didn't think the prostate was the problem. However, when I did a web search, the symptoms seem to exactly match prostate spasms. It pulsates about 2 seconds on and then 2 seconds off. This will last for many hours! What's the best treatment/meds for this problem? I have been having PT for an unrelated muscle problem, and they have been having me on a stationary bicycle, so I wonder if that triggered the problem. Thanks. - Mark

 
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