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What is Prostate Health and What Problems Are There?
Q: What is the prostate?
A: The prostate is an organ which forms part of the male reproductive system. It can be found in front of the bladder and in front of the bowel.
Q: What problems can develop with the prostate?
A: If the prostate becomes swollen and enlarges, it is known as prostatitis. This can cause deep pain within the pelvis all of the time, or during urination or ejaculation. This can be painful and spread to other parts of the pelvis. The prostatitis can be caused by an infection.
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) or enlargement (BHE) is a condition that affects men mostly over the age of 50. The prostate is enlarged and if it’s sufficient to squeeze the urethra that passes through the prostate, difficulties with urination can occur.
Prostatodynia is a longstanding chronic prostate disease. There are usually no signs of infection or inflammation, although pain and discomfort can be felt in the pelvic region area.
Prostate Cancer is one of the four disorders of the prostate that can be potentially life threatening. Many prostate cancers can also develop without there seeming to be any apparent symptoms. It is estimated that one man in eleven will develop prostate cancer in their lifetime.
Prostate cancer happens when the cells in the prostate start to reproduce more rapidly than in a normal prostate, resulting in a swelling or a tumor. Unlike BPH however, the prostate cells break out of the prostate and begin to invade other areas of the body such as the bones and the lymph nodes. The result is secondary tumors – this is known as metastasis. Once this cancer escapes from the prostate treatment is still possible but a ‘cure’ is impossible – at least according to the medical world.