Prostate Cancer: Symptoms and Signs
At the initial phase of prostate cancer, doctors can reveal no symptoms. Thus, much of men learn about their prostate cancer at this phase during an ordinary medical inspection or after blood counts.
Indicants of the prostate cancer can be the following:
- Urinary frequency of patient;
- Urinary frequency at night time;
- Painful urination at starting;
- Difficult urination in process;
- The presence of blood in the urine;
- Pains while urination;
- Ejaculation problems (not very specific for this disease);
- Difficulties in erection (not the main indicant of the disease).
The advanced stage of the prostate cancer involves the indicants below:
- Ostealgia, especially in vertebras, pelvic and rib bones;
- One can feel pain in the middle part of the femur;
- Lower limb weakness (in case, when cancer attacked the vertebras);
- Involuntary urination (in case, when cancer attacked the vertebras and produces pressure on it);
- Bowel incontinence (in case, when cancer attacked the vertebras and produces pressure on it).