What are the early warning signs of prostate cancer? Usually, there aren’t any. Often, prostate cancer does not cause any signs and symptoms in the beginning. Signs begin to appear only after the cancer has spread large enough to influence functioning of the urethra. At this stage, the cancer is much advanced and can cause troubles particularly of urination.
Below are outlined various symptoms of the prostate cancer:
However, urinary symptoms such as those outlined above don’t mean you have cancer. Most of the problems are more likely to be caused by something other than prostate cancer. This might be due to prostate enlargement or prostatic benign hyperplasia. It can cause similar symptoms.
In most of the men, prostates get enlarged in older age due to a non-cancerous condition called prostate enlargement or benign prostatic hyperplasia. But this is not a cause of worry. It happens with most of the men and is not a cancer.
But if you notice one or more of the above symptoms, you should meet your doctor to confirm whether it is due to enlarged prostate or due to cancer. Make an appointment with your doctor if you have any signs or symptoms that may be cause of concern.
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