Here are some important symptoms to know about the prostate problems and what to expect of them.
Prostate issues are best explained by those who have experienced them. It may be your father, uncle or any close but older relative who can shed some light on prostate health. Asking questions may raise some eyebrows, but problems like enlarged prostate, BPH and prostate cancer may be just around the corner.
Knowing prostate itself is very important. The prostate is a major part of a man’s sexual organs. It is located below the bladder wrapped around the urethra, and it is about the size of the walnut. During ejaculation, it adds fluid to the sperm. It often goes ignored until the time of a realization of a common prostate problem.
Prostate cancer tops the list of diseases that men are prone to at an older age. One could say that prostate cancer is as common in men as breast cancer is in women. However, prostate cancer does not get mentioned as frequently as breast cancer does in the media. Another reason for its largely obscure nature is that men generally tend to hesitate when disclosing these types of problems.
However, prostate issues can affect younger men too. Men under 50 are also equally prone to prostate infections. In such infections, the prostate generally swells up, causing a burning sensation. Indeed, men of all ages should keep an eye out for any prostate issues, as they can quickly develop into something even more serious.
Men of all ages should make themselves familiar to the common causes of benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH). These symptoms include leaking, dribbling or weaker streams during urination. Small amounts of blood in the urine, or even a painful start for urination are also common symptoms of prostate problems. It must be remembered that BPH and prostate cancer can happen to an individual simultaneously.