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Recognizing the Signs of Prostate Cancer and What to Do

Recognizing the signs of prostate cancer can be difficult as there are usually no symptoms in the early stages of the cancer’s development. Most prostate cancer is slow-growing to start with and may never actually cause any pain, problems or symptoms in a man’s lifetime.

However, there are certain prostate cancer warnings signs which may indicate a more aggressive and fast-growing cancer.

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Signs of Prostate Cancer

The following are signs of prostate cancer, however, it should be noted that these could be associated with another health issue unrelated to prostate cancer:

  • Feeling the need to urinate more often, especially at night

  • Feeling a strong and sudden urge to urinate

  • Having difficulty urinating

  • Straining or taking a long period of time to urinate

  • Having a weak flow of urine

  • Feeling that your bladder isn’t fully emptied after urinating

  • Dribbling urine

  • Pain when urinating/ejaculating

  • Blood in urine or semen

  • Difficulty getting or maintaining an erection

  • Frequent pains in lower back, upper thighs or hips

Although these are all prostate cancer warning signs, they could be due to another issue such as prostate enlargement which is a non-cancerous condition that affects the majority of older men.

The best way to discover if the symptoms are related to prostate cancer is to have a DRE (Digital Rectal Exam) as an expert like your urologist will be able to feel the difference between cancerous and non-cancerous tissue and will be able to tell you if the symptoms are related to another health issue.

Another option which may be offered to you by a doctor is a PSA test, which can lead to unnecessary procedures and is quite a controversial test, as you can read here.


Ultimately, if you discover that you have one or more of these prostate cancer signs the best course of action is ‘watchful waiting’, especially if the cancer is low-risk. This has been backed up by studies which have been published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology (JCO) and can be found here - http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/releases/162542.php.

It is important to understand that ‘watchful waiting’ also incorporates an overhaul in diet and lifestyle which can help to prevent the cancer from spreading.

Details of learning how to deal with cancer using ‘watchful waiting’ can be found in my book: Healthy Prostate: The Extensive Guide to Heal and Prevent Prostate Problems.

Changing your diet is advisable even if you are not displaying prostate cancer signs. It can help to ensure you remain fit and healthy.

Details of how to change your diet with specific steps in overhauling your current diet when dealing with prostate cancer can be found in my book: The Prostate Health Diet: What to Eat to Prevent and Heal prostate Problems.

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Healthy Prostate:
The Extensive Guide To Prevent and Heal Prostate Problems Including Prostate Cancer, BPH Enlarged Prostate and Prostatitis

Written by Ronald M Bazar,

~BCom, McGill University
~MBA, Harvard University

~the author of this website.

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Note Dear Reader...

You must change your diet by stopping those foods that are triggering your condition and replacing them with new ones that nourish you and your prostate.

Then combined with a high quality supplement, you are putting yourself on the road to healing.

There are no shortcuts. Just good changes and little by little you will get better. My books and this site tells you how.