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symptoms of prostate cancer?

A: 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....


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What are the causes and symptoms of prostate cancer?

A: Crazy.Stupid.Love.720p.BluRay.x264-REFiNED MEGAUPLOAD LINKShttp://xurl.es/siw1p prostate cancer Causes: The cause of prostate cancer is unknown, but the cancer is not thought to be related to benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). The risk (predisposing) factors for prostate cancer include advancing age, genetics (heredity), hormonal influences, and such environmental factors as toxins, chemicals, and industrial products. The chances of developing prostate cancer increase with age. Thus, prostate...


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What are symptoms of prostate cancer?

A: prostate cancer is a type of cancer that attacks a man’s prostate, which is a small gland shaped like a walnut. This gland is responsible for producing seminal fluid, which is used to transport and support sperm. Although any man can develop prostate cancer, there are certain risk factors that increase a person’s likelihood of developing the disease. Men over the age of 50, for example, are at a substantially greater risk of developing prostate cancer. African-American men are also more...
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What are the causes and symptoms of prostate cancer?

A: The cause is old age, the symptom is you fail a PSA blood test. my father in law had prostate cancer 6 years ago, he had difficulty passing water, and alot of griping pains around his bladder region, he had radiotherapy and is still okay today, it is one of the most treatable cancers, sometimes if left too long it can go into your bones the cancer but i have to STIPULATE, this is not common and it never happened to my father in law, he was just told this at christies. some times its only found through a blood test called Psa and you can have symtoms like not passing water properly or bladder pain my brother found out about his while seeing...


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What are the symptoms of prostate cancer in the initial and terminal phases?

A: this is quite an obscure question so is hard to answer without more details. initially men may experience difficulty in passing urine. the prostate gland increases in size and therefore hinders the passage of urine. men will have difficulty emptying their bladder fully. this leads to frequency of needing to pass urine, urgency to pass urine and increased need to get up and pass urine. urine infections also can occur due to poor bladder evacuation. as the disease progress these symptoms may increase..there may be pressure down bellow and they may experience constipation. there may be blood in the urine and as it really progresses and the cancer spreads (

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What are the symptoms of prostate cancer and once detected, what is the survival rate?

A: There are very few specific symptoms of prostate cancer. It usually grows so slowly that a man could die of something else before the cancer showed external symptoms. Difficulties with urination can be an indication of cancer, or it can just be benign hyperplasia (overgrowth) of the prostate. More reliable indicators are calcium deposits or hardening in the prostate (to be found by a digital rectal exam) or a sharp rise in the serum level of

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What are the symptoms of prostate cancer?

A: Typically, prostate cancer signs are not present for a long time and they may mimic other diseases. Here are the typical prostate cancer symptoms: • Frequent urination, particularly during the night • Urgency in urinating • Trouble starting your urine stream • A weak or interrupted urine stream • Pain or burning during urination • Feeling like your bladder doesn''t empty completely • Blood in the urine (pink, red or cola colored) • Blood in the semen • Difficulty maintaining an erection • Chronic constipation • Continual pain in the back, hips or pelvis At this web site you can learn more about prostate

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I have symptoms of prostate cancer?

A: It is beyond unlikely that you have prostate cancer. It''s extremely rare in men under 50, and so rare in young men that there are no statistics available for the disease incidence in men under 35. Over 80% of men diagnosed with prostate cancer are over 65 and half of all cases occur in men over 75. ur age is not suitable for prostate cancer, I opine. after trying the following, if it persists, go in for ultra sound scanning of ur abdomen and pelvic region to rule out ur doubt. OIL PULLING: Utility--- removes toxins from the body, more so from the mouth, gums, teeth...


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  What are the symptoms of prostate cancer?

A: Hello dhk2010, prostate cancer is a form of cancer occurring in the prostate gland found in the males. In theearly stages of the prostate cancer, there might be no symptoms, but in the later stages, it is characterizedby symptoms like difficulty in micturation, burning sensation while passing urine associated with difficultyin starting and unable to maintain steady steam, haematuria {blood in urine} and increased frequency ofurination especially in the night. And in the advanced stages of

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What are the symptoms of prostate cancer?

A: Early prostate cancer is confined to the prostate gland itself; most of the patients with this type of cancer can live for years without any problems. About one man in six will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime, but only one man in 34 will die of the disease. Men who are younger than 40 are rarely diagnosed with prostate cancer. cancer that grows in the prostate gland is called prostate cancer. The...


 
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