What is Prostate Disease?

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Prostate Disease

Prostate disease is a malignancy which occurs in the prostate. The prostate is a little pecan molded organ in men which delivers the original liquid that feeds and holds sperm. Prostate malignant growth is quite possibly the most widely recognized disease types. Gradually generating, numerous prostate diseases are restricted to the prostate organ, where they don’t cause critical harm. Notwithstanding, while a few types of prostate disease are delayed to create and can require gentle or even no consideration, different structures are dynamic and may spread quickly. Many prostate cancers appear to develop slowly. Cancer cells, specifically the bones and lymph nodes, may spread to other areas of the body.

Symptoms

In its early stages, prostate cancer can cause no signs or symptoms. More evolved prostate cancer can cause signs and symptoms such as:
Troubles of urinating
Reduced potency in the urinary stream
Urine with blood
Semen with blood
Pain in bone
Weight loss
Erectile dysfunction

These are some of the most common symptoms associated with prostate disease. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, please check with your Physician.

We highly recommend that you add a PSA test to your annual checkup. You can start keeping track of your PSA score. Discuss this further with you physician.

Reference ;

  • Rawla, P., 2019. Epidemiology of prostate cancer. World journal of oncology, 10(2), p.63.
  • Litwin, M.S. and Tan, H.J., 2017. The diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer: a review. Jama, 317(24), pp.2532-2542.
  • Pernar, C.H., Ebot, E.M., Wilson, K.M. and Mucci, L.A., 2018. The epidemiology of prostate cancer. Cold Spring Harbor perspectives in medicine, 8(12), p.a030361.
  • Pernar, C.H., Ebot, E.M., Wilson, K.M. and Mucci, L.A., 2018. The epidemiology of prostate cancer. Cold Spring Harbor perspectives in medicine, 8(12), p.a030361.

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