Prostate. Symptoms

The prostate is a male gland itself below the urinary bladder with a volume and shape similar to a chestnut (20-25 gr.). The mission of the prostate is to secrete a fluid that mixes with sperm before ejaculation (expelled) from the penis. This liquid is about 30% of the volume of semen. Besides serving with transporting vehicle for sperm contains citric acid, enzymes, calcium and ICZN, probably the latter to protect against genital tract infections.

Symptoms of hypertrophy or hyperplasia of the prostate
It is estimated that the first alterations of the prostate can appear to men over 40 years and that as age increases the percentage increases to move to affect 50% or more after age 60.

Symptoms during the first period
* Urination at night with the need to get up several times at night.
* Some difficulty urinating.
* Feeling of local weight
* Even annoying penile erections.

Symptoms as the disease process progresses
* Increase in frequency of urination during the day also.
* Difficulty in expelling urine for difficulty in bladder muscle contraction.
* Retention of urine in the bladder.
* No empty the bladder gets full.
* Uremia

Symptoms in a more advanced stage
* Distension of the bladder walls by loss of elasticity.
* Retention of copious amounts of urine.
* Very frequent urination and quantity
* Involuntary urination.
* Over time distension occur in the ureters, the pelvis and calyces causing renal general nature with uremic poisoning.

Prostate Cancer
Apparently according to statistics from the age of 50 increases your chance of getting prostate cancer. A curious fact is that the black population of the United States has twice the chance of getting prostate cancer than whites. Moreover, most of those affected by this disease are in North America and Europe is lower in South America and lowest in Asia. So it seems that race and the differences in food contribute to the development of prostate cancer. The power of the Western world, based more on greasy food, and junk food meat protein east that has an obvious impact on the development of prostate cancer.

According to American Cancer Society: "The fact that the father or brother with prostate cancer doubles the risk of" suggesting that if a family history of prostate cancer increases predisposition. In addition it appears that a sedentary lifestyle is also a risk factor.
Prostate Cancer Symptoms

In addition to all previously exhibited hypertrophy of the prostate should be added:
* Very strong local pain radiating to back (to the intestine, rectum), down (top of thighs) and upward (the bladder).
* Inflammation of the bladder (cystitis).
* Last portion of urination with blood (hematuria).
* Blood in semen.
* Pain during ejaculation.

For natural treatments for prostate diseases, visit:
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