Most common signs of prostate cancer are:
high psa level
pain when the prostate is touched in a prostate exam
irregularity in the size, texture or bumps found on prostate
blood in urine
Urinary problems are the signs of prostate cancer.
There are four main urinary symptoms: frequency, hesitancy, nocturia and urgency. Other symptoms include blood in the semen and urine, loss of bladder control, impotence and bone pain.
There are nine warning signs of prostate cancer in men. Some of the warning signs are frequent urge to urinate, difficultly in urinating, and the difficulty in having an erection.
weak or interrupted flow of the urine
When the cancer has moved into the bones, that is the last stage of prostate cancer. There is usually 8 or 9 months left before death in most patients.
No. Not every man will develop prostate trouble. It all depends on the persons genes as to whether or not they get the disease.
lung cancer is in the lungs, prostate cancer is in the prostate.
Prostate cancer originates in the prostate gland. The prostate gland is a gland in the male reproductive system. Prostate cancer can spread to other parts of the body from the prostate.
Prostate Cancer is cancer that is found in the Prostate gland of males. As will all Cancer the cause is not known for sure. Http://ehealthmd.com/content/what-prostate-cancer is a great website to explain Prostate Cancer and has information on who may be at risk.
No. Prostate cancer has nothing to do with people who have colon cancer. That's not to say it couldn't possibly metasticize to the prostate, but plenty more men have prostate cancer and do not have colon cancer as well.
The Prostate Cancer Infolink. http://www.comed.com/prostate.
Prostate cancer is the cancer found in male prostate. A male needs to be checked for prostate cancer beginning around the age of 50.
The Prostate Cancer Foundation, the U.S. Army's Prostate Cancer Research Program, the Institute for Prostate Cancer Research, the National Cancer Institute, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention all provide information on the latest research on prostate cancer.
If untreated, yes you can die from prostate cancer.
No. Milk does not cause prostate cancer.
It is not noted for causing prostate cancer.
From feeling a mass in the prostate in the course of a rectal examination, from the results of a transrectal ultrasound (TRUS), or from elevated levels of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) in the patient's blood.
to check for enlarge tumors or any internal bleeding or signs and symptoms of cancer and possible infections. to check for enlarge tumors or any internal bleeding or signs and symptoms of cancer and possible infections. By feeling the prostate your physian can tell if there may be a problem with it. The Prostate unfortunatly can only be felt by a rectal exam.
Prostate Cancer statistics can be found on The Prostate Cancer Foundation website. Information about this type of cancer is also available on The Cancer Organization home page.
The prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test is a blood screen for prostate cancer.
No. Someone having an enlarged prostate does not mean they will develop cancer.
Prostate cancer treatments will make you impotent.
Masterbation does not cause prostate cancer.
Prostate Cancer Foundation was created in 1993.
PSA is just one indicator of prostate cancer. It is possible to have prostate cancer and have a normal PSA reading.
1 in 7 men will get prostate cancer. The risk is higher in men who have had a male relative that had prostate cancer as it tends to be hereditary.
Not necessarily. A swollen prostate, typically called BPH (Benign Prostate Hyperplasia) can occur in healthy men with no connection to cancer. It does not indicate cancer. It does not mean that you will get prostate cancer down the road.