The prostate is a gland that is part of the male reproductive system and therefore only men have. It is a very delicate organ that is often prone to infections and inflammation. So let's see what are the symptoms that should not be underestimated to avoid being struggling with prostatitis or other pathologies affecting the prostate.
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La prostate it is a gland that does part of the male reproductive system and therefore only men have. It is a very delicate organ that is often prone to infections and inflammation. So let's see what they are the symptoms not to be underestimated to avoid being struggling with prostatitis or other prostate diseases.
Under normal conditions the prostate is a gland the size of a chestnut which produces a part of the seminal fluid useful for nourishing and making the spermatozoa function at their best. With advancing age, but also due to some pathologies that involve it, the prostate it can get bigger or sick.
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For example, you can be affected by different types of prostatitis both of bacterial and non-bacterial origin but also from an abnormal enlargement of the prostate (BPH) or from a real one tumor (this type of cancer is the most common in men). Depending on the problem, different symptoms can be experienced which are usually grouped into 4 categories: painful, urinary, of the sexual sphere and of the reproductive sphere.
SYMPTOMS NOT TO UNDERESTIMATE
Here 20 symptoms not to be underestimated which may indicate prostate problems:
1) Feeling of not having never an empty bladder
2) Problems urinating
3) Urine dripping at the end of urination
4) Burning during urination
5) Burning in the penis
6) pubic pain
7) Feeling of discomfort in the testicles
8) Pain in the area of the perineum
9) Pain in the'inner thigh
10) Pain in the low back
11) Problems of erection
12) Decrease in sexual desire
13) Premature ejaculation
14) Eicaulation reduced
15) Troubles during ejaculation
16) Post-ejaculation discomfort
17) Feeling of tremor in the anus
18) Leakage of pus from the penis
In case you experience any of the symptoms listed above, it is good to take a leap from yours general practitioner and will prescribe a series of tests aimed at identifying the state of health of the prostate. As always, it is better to take any problems in time so that they can be solved more easily and in less time.
Also in this case it is essential to act in prevention. All men should regularly monitor the functionality and health of their prostate even in the absence of symptoms, it can happen that in the initial stages the pathologies are asymptomatic and only with time, getting worse, do they tend to give signs of their presence. For this urologists advise men over the age of 50 visit every year.