Around age 40, your prostate starts to troubleshoot. Androgens, male hormones produced in the testicles, cause the gland to grow. This growth isn’t always a cancer diagnosis, though: Sometimes, your prostate cells swell and it just pushes on your urethra—the tube that carries the urine out of your body from the bladder.
Symptoms of Prostate Cancer:
-Difficulty having an erection
-Blood in the urine or semen
-Frequent pain in the lower back, hips or upper thighs
-Any problem relating to urination
Prostate Cancer Facts:
-As far as cancers go, it’s the second highest killer for men as well: It is estimated that in 2010, 217,730 men will be diagnosed with the disease and 32,050 men will die of it.
-The bad news: Prostate cancer is common.
-The good news: It’s also preventable.
-If you catch prostate cancer early enough—a.k.a., before the cancer cells spread past your prostate—your chance of surviving the next 5 years is 100 percent.
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