When the cancer grows gradually, it begins to squeeze the tube that transports urine from the bladder outward, known as the urethra.
Prostate cancer usually develops slowly, so signs may not appear for many years.
According to Macmillan Cancer Support, the Cancer Society, the five symptoms men should pay attention to when urinating include: Difficulty urinating, weak flow or the need to squeeze to start urinating, the need to urinate more than usual especially at night, feeling that you have not completely emptied your bladder after urinating, having blood in your urine or semen.
It is also important to recognize that these symptoms can be caused by another condition called benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), and doctors interpret BPE as the medical term for describing enlarged prostate, a condition that can affect how Peeing.
Benign prostate cancer is known to be common among men over the age of 50. It is not a cancer and does not pose a serious health threat.
The Cancer Society adds that "PSA level is not always a reliable sign of a man's risk of prostate cancer, some men have the disease; but they have a normal PSA level for their age, and other men have a higher PSA level; One of the most important causes of prostate cancer is age, where the risk increases as the patient ages, and most cases are diagnosed in men over the age of 50 years. Another reason is the ethnic group.
Prostate cancer is more common among men of African and Caribbean descent than Asian men.
The third reason is family history, as having a brother or father with the disease before the age of 60 seems to increase the risk.