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I'm 51 with no family prostate history. I recently started to feel sick one night. Then I started to feel the need to urgently pee but when I did I almost had to force it out. It was quite painful too. So I went to my GP who did a urine test that showed no UTI. So I got a blood test and my PSA was 35. My two previous PSA's in 2016 was 2 & December 2018 1.6. The doctor wanted me to wait 5 weeks and repeat the PSA test. I wasn't entirely happy with this so I went to a 2nd GP. He said the result was interesting and had treated high PSA levels simlar to this before. He did a DRE and said my prostate was enlarged & firm. Not sure if that's good or not?. So he put me on 4 weeks of Nufloxib. And also wants to do a repeat PSA test in 5 weeks as wel.
Mining Weekly 08/05/2020 01:07
Rare earths miner Lynas on Wednesday said that it was hoping to start the development of its permanent deposit facility (PDF), in Malaysia, by early 2021. The company has welcomed comments from the Malaysian government that the Atomic Energy Licensing Board had approved the proposed site for the PDF for water leach purification (WLP) residue, subject to the completion of relevant studies and final regulatory approvals.


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