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Would prostatitis from XMRV effect PSA?

Discussion in 'Other Health News and Research' started by Smulan, Dec 1, 2009.

  1. Smulan

    Smulan

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    From what I read bacterial prostatitis elevates PSA-value but would that also happen with viral infection?
     
  2. Lily

    Lily *Believe*

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    My understanding

    I believe anything that causes inflammation will effect the PSA
     
  3. Smulan

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    That sounds likely.

    As I understand some prostatitis are of unexplained nature but virus is a strong suspect. Since I have all symptoms of cronical P and CFS but a very low PSA it would have been a nice explanation.
     
  4. moving3

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    Same in my case, very low PSA and unexplained prostatitis (non - bacteriological ), i"m a 100 % sure it's viral, all my symptoms went away after retro viral medication cocktail Norvir, Prezista, Intelence,Isentress. Ones I stoppd the hiv medication all symptoms came back !
    All other possible medication I tried in last 20 years (and i can assure you that was a lot !) did nothing at all)
     

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