Our expert says:
Was the urologist fully aware that you had been suffering from some serious virus infection a the time ? Maybe the GP could call him and reveal the results of the new tests, and ask for confirmation that this indicates a likelihood that there is not serious prostate pathology at this time ? Maybe suggest to them both that the tests be repeated in a few months time, and those fresh results be acted on ?
Presumably the urologist examined you thoroughly, including a rectal exam, and he may have felt a lump that fitted with the blood tests at that time. There can be different causes for a prostate lump, but they shouln't be ignored. Has your GP done a similar examination, and what did he find ? Anyway, wouldn't it be useful to suggest that the GOP discuss your concerns with the urologust ?
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