That’s right. You may have no prostate symptoms at all.
It’s time to get seriously real about the health of your male anatomy. Otherwise you may as well shove another sock in that drawer you haven’t emptied for years. Like your body, who knows what may come tumbling out. Can’t see it, don’t worry about it? Believe me, you don’t want that kind of surprise.
The bottom line is, it is possible to have prostate cancer and not know it.
Dennis was diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer and had no idea, no symptoms at all. That’s not likely to be you, but a simple test can help you be sure that you are prostate healthy.
Listen more closely to older family members. Are the women talking about medical appointments for the blokes – dad, uncle or grandad? Do you know someone who visits the bathroom a lot, especially in the middle of the night?
Enlarged prostate symptoms could affect you too. Get checked and be ahead of the game.
OK, knuckle up, what would the symptoms of prostate problems be if you had them?
Many men manage one or more of these signs of prostate problems for years as part of the aging process but,
1. become worse,
2. prevent you from doing the fun things, let alone daily activities, or
3. sleep has become so disrupted that quality of life is less.
1. you are over 40 and there is someone in your family (history) with BPH or prostate cancer, or
2. you are over 50, regardless of family history.
Age brings many medical issues but an annual check with a digital rectal exam can get your enlarged prostate symptoms into perspective so that you can make health management choices, and relax.
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