Signs of Prostate Problems in Men

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Questions and Answers

53-yr old diabetic man pee-ing his pants daily: is this a sign of prostate problems?Or simply diabetic symptoms?

Posted by Jodie
[display_name id=”0″]Could be one of those

could be uti

could be neuro-damage from diabetes

best way to figure it out is to go to doc.

Symptoms of prostate cancer?
Posted by rene v
[display_name id=”0″]Prostate cancer usually doesn’t produce any noticeable symptoms in its early stages, so many cases of prostate cancer aren’t detected until the cancer has spread beyond the prostate. For most men, prostate cancer is first detected during a routine screening such as a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test or a digital rectal exam (DRE).

When signs and symptoms do occur, they depend on how advanced the cancer is and how far the cancer has spread.

Early signs and symptoms of prostate cancer can include urinary problems, caused when the prostate tumor presses on the bladder or on the tube that carries urine from the bladder (urethra). However, urinary symptoms are much more commonly caused by benign prostate problems, such as an enlarged prostate (benign prostatic hyperplasia) or prostate infections. Less than 5 percent of cases of prostate cancer have urinary problems as the initial symptom. When urinary signs and symptoms do occur, they can include:

■Trouble urinating
■Starting and stopping while urinating
■Decreased force in the stream of urine
Cancer in your prostate or the area around the prostate can cause:

■Blood in your urine
■Blood in your semen
Prostate cancer that has spread to the lymph nodes in your pelvis may cause:

■Swelling in your legs
■Discomfort in the pelvic area
Advanced prostate cancer that has spread to your bones can cause:

■Bone pain that doesn’t go away
■Bone fractures
■Compression of the spine.

Possible prostate problems please help?Hey im a nineteen year old guy. Within the last couple months ive have contenued to have 6 of the 8 signs of prostate cance i could find on line. Im so young and have a 3 month old daughter ive been cheked for prostatis and hbu but not prostate cancer im kinda just not a big fan of the physical/rectal exam please help what should i do.

Posted by Morgan Pierce
[display_name id=”0″]19 year olds don’t get prostate cancer.

It’s extremely rare in men under 50; over 80% of men diagnosed with it are over 65 and half of all cases occur in men over 75.

It’s so rare in younger men that there are no statistics available for the disease incidence in men under 35.

That’s the trouble with checking symptoms online – you’ll convince yourself you have whatever it is, even when it’s a condition you are so unlikely to have that it might very well make medical history if you did.

You don’t say what symptoms you have, but early prostate cancer doesn’t cause any symptoms at all – growth in the prostate is too small to have any noticeable effect on urine flow. And in the extremely unlikely (in fact unheard of) case of a teenager with prostate cancer, it would not have had time to become advanced.

See your doctor so that s/he can reassure you of all this.…

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