Prostate Cancer Symptoms

Many men with prostate cancer have no symptoms. The cancer is often found during a digital rectal examination (DRE) or a PSA blood test. These are the most common symptoms of prostate cancer:
  •     A need to urinate often, especially at night
  •     Weak or interrupted urine flow
  •     Trouble starting to urinate
  •     Trouble emptying the bladder
  •     Being unable to urinate
  •     Accidental urination
  •     Painful or burning when you urinate
  •     Blood in your urine or semen
  •     Pain or stiffness in your lower back, hips, ribs, or upper thighs
  •     Loss of ability to have an erection
  •     Weakness or numbness in legs or feet
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