It’s true that many men with prostate cancer may not have any symptoms, even those who have metastatic, or rapidly spreading and changing, phase of the cancer. But it is also important to state that even the symptoms that you believe have no relation to prostate cancer could be linked to it. Read more to find out which symptoms you should be on the look-out for in the future.
Fox News talked about how a lot of “symptoms of prostate cancer can also mimic other benign conditions like an enlarged prostate, a urinary tract infection, or even another type of cancer“.
These symptoms include: urinary urgency, weak flow, blood in urine or ejaculate, or even unexpected weight loss. It could even be something as simple as a consistent pain in your lower back and pelvic area. The key word here is consistent, which means unfaltering – not every pain means cancer. The important lesson to take away is to simply be wary, especially if you have a history of cancer in your family.
Stay tuned for the next batch of myths, exposed.