Oncology prostate – that’s a disease that is not immediately possible to identify, doctors say in the International men’s health week 2019.
Oncology can rightly be called “abnormal and uncontrollable cell growth which often spreads to other tissues”. Prostate cancer affects one in eight men in the world, is the most common form of cancer occurring in men older than 50 years. Located at the base of the bladder, the prostate gland is a male reproductive organ which secretes a fluid of the prostate. “As we mark the International men’s health week 2019 from 10 to 16 June, we will tell you everything you need to know about prostate cancer,” says the medic. Doctors have described the main symptoms of breast cancer in men. It turned out that some of the early signs of prostate cancer is difficult to recognize himself, because many men think: “I have the blood with milk, and cancer is not me.”
- burning sensation or pain during urination;
- difficulty urinating;
- frequent urination at night;
- loss of bladder control;
- reducing the flow or velocity of urine stream;
- blood in the urine; blood in semen;
- difficulties with erection or painful ejaculation.
However, when prostate cancer spreads to other parts of the body, a person may experience pain in the back, hips, shoulders or other bones, swelling or accumulation of fluid in the legs or feet, unexplained weight loss, fatigue and changes in the “habits” of the intestine. Although most types of prostate cancer do not require treatment but require close monitoring, the patient can be on the alert because a diagnosis of cancer can be not only cross in your personal life. But to bring death, experts say. Therefore, it is important to respond to symptoms and not to neglect prevention.