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Just had a complete blood workup and urinalysis done. From the urinalysis, it said that glucose was negative, Protein was 2 (MG%), Microalbumin was 0.6 (MG/DL), MALB/Creatinine Ratio was 30.0 (MG/GMCR), Leukocyte Screen was negative, Hemoglobin Screen was negative, Creatinine was 20.0 (MG/DL), Protein/Creatinine Ratio was 0.10 (MG/MGCR), no tests were done for white or red blood cells. From the blood workup it said my BUN was 12 (MG/DL), my Creatinine was 1.0 (MG/DL), my est. GFR (MAYO) was 100(ML/MIN), my ALK. PHOS. was 54 (U/L), my Bilirubin Total was 0.9 (MG/DL), my Asparatate Aminotransferase (AST, SGOT) was21(U/L), my Alanine Aminotransferase (ALT, SGPT) was 21 (U/L), my Gamma Glutamyl Transpeptidase (GGTP) was 19 (U/L), my total protein was 7.1 (G/DL), my Albumin was 4.9 (G/DL), my Globulin was 2.2 (G/DL), my Cholesterol was 138 (MG/DL), my HDL was 51 (MG/DL), my LDL was 66 (MG/DL), my CHOL/HDL ratio was 2.7, my LDL/HDL ratio was 1.31, and my triglycerides was 101 (MG/DL). My PSA was 7.6 (Past three years was 2.5, 5.0, and 7.2). I have had two biopsies 8 months apart and both came back no cancer cells detected. My prostate does not feel enlarged, showed up on ultrasound as slightly enlarged, and does not pose a problem when I urinate. I do not wake up in the middle of the night having to urinate. With the leukocytes negative, can I still have prostatitis?