What to do For Enlarged Prostate or for Prostate Cancer
By age of 50, most men will already have an enlarged prostate and three of these men will have cancer cells forming in their prostate. Prostate cancer is the main cancer found in men and by age 75 three out of four men will have prostate cancer.
The facts are pretty clear, if you are a male you will have to deal with BPH, enlarged prostate, or prostate cancer.
So how do you know if you have BPH or prostate cancer? Well, here are a few of the symptoms:
” getting up at night to urinate
” having difficulty urinating
” not completely emptying your bladder
” having pain during sex
” having pain when urinating
Medical test that you can get for enlarged prostate or prostate cancer.
” PSA, prostate specific antigen, which gives a good indication of your prostate health
” PAP, prostate acid phosphatase, a test that is more accurate than PSA, but many doctors don’t use it or are unfamiliar with it.
” Sonogram is a safe and accurate way to check your prostate
” MRI, magnetic resonance...