UTI Prostate Kidney Bladder Infections Orlando

A 55 year old patient was seen here at Urgent Care Walk in Medical Center with the complaints of pressure and frequency of urination for one week. The patient also complaints of left renal pain and low grade fever. The patient had blood tests done and was given the injection of the antibiotic. The patient blood tests showed that the patient had high WBC count and PSA was high. The patient was determined to have prostatis. The patient was given the oral antibiotics for 4 weeks. The patient responded well to the treatment. The follow up tests showed that the WBC count & PSA went down.

The urinary infection is not common in a male patient. Patient should be checked for fever to determine if the infection is in the kidney. If the patient has high PSA then it can be from prostatitis.

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