The prostate gland is a walnut-sized organ that is located in the lower abdomen just below the bladder and surrounds the urethra, called the urethra. Prostate is a Latin word meaning "protruding". The secretion of testosterone hormone, which plays a role in regulating the functions of the reproductive system in the male body, and the production of semen, which protects the vitality and mobility of sperm cells, are among the important functions performed by the prostate gland. Among the people, the benign prostatic enlargement that occurs with the advancement of age is known as the prostate, which is the name of the organ.
What are the Symptoms of Prostate Cancer?
A high rate of asymptomatic prostate cancer may present suspicious symptoms in some cases. We can list these symptoms as follows;
• Difficulty urinating
• Difficulty starting and stopping urination
• Erection difficulty
• Burning or pain during urination
• Frequent urination
• The case of low urine flow
• The situation of starting to urinate and stopping immediately
• Lump condition in the prostate gland