Prostate cancer is commonly occur in adult men, the disease is related to the male reproduction system , this we known as gland, the location is just beneath to the bladder and near to the rectum. The bladder is the organ that stores urine.

The fact is that prostate cancer is primarily found in older men. The prostate may grow larger and blocks urethra or bladder as men age. This can lead to difficulty in urination can many reported that also affect to sexual function. This state is called benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), and although it is not cancer, surgery may be needed to correct. The symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia or other problems in prostate cancer may resemble the symptoms of prostate cancer.

Although there is no exact symptoms, but possible symptoms of prostate cancer is important to you to know, if you experience a weak stream of urine or frequent urination then better you meet your doctor soon, at least you what caused it.

Below is the list of other symptoms that may be caused prostate cancer. If you feel one of the symptom below don’t be panic, however you need to consult the doctor first before you can clearly judge is it prostate cancer or not.

• Weak or interrupted flow of urine.
• Frequent urination (especially at night).
• Trouble urinating.
• Pain or burning during urination.
• Blood in the urine or semen.
• A pain in the back, hips, or pelvis that doesn't go away.
• Painful ejaculation.

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