5 Warning Signs of Prostate Trouble That Men Shouldn’t Ignore
While prostate problems don’t always indicate cancer — infection, as well as benign prostatic hyperplasia, or BPH, can cause symptoms as well — prostate cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer deaths among men in the United States, and too often early symptoms are ignored.
So what should men be on the lookout for?
Interrupted sleep is one of the common complaints of a man experiencing prostrate problems. Increased urination, particularly at night, often triggers men to consult with a doctor, where the culprit often turns out to be prostrate trouble.
If youre a man over 40 — or have a loved one who is — there are some symptoms to run past your doctor if detected.
If you suffer from heartburn or acid reflux, here’s important news: New research shows that your problems may be caused by two hidden triggers that the “solutions” most doctors recommend fail to address. You see, most heartburn remedies only treat your symptoms. They do nothing to address the underlying cause of your discomfort.
So today I’m going to show you how to quickly and safely relieve your heartburn and reflux issues by combatting the true causes that, unfortunately, too many doctors overlook.
5 Warning Signs of Prostate Trouble
1. Urinary changes: a slow or weak stream, increased frequency (especially at night), urgency, and pain or burning when urinating
2. Weakness or numbness in the legs or feet
3. Blood in the urine
4. Trouble getting an erection and painful ejaculation
5. Pain in the hips, back or chest
The American Cancer Societyrecommends that men discuss screening options their doctor beginning at age 50, or as early as 40 for high risk men, including African Americans or men with one or more first degree relatives diagnosed with prostate cancer.