Question by  Bob3782 (161)

What are symptoms of prostate cancer?


Answer by  peanuts (43)

Symptoms of Prostate Cancer include frequency of urination occurring mainly at night and urgency to urinate along with hesitancy. Hesitancy is when you need to urinate and cannot get started as desired. This affects the urine flow as it sometimes will stop before you're finished. Blood in the urine should be a cause for an immediate visit to your doctor.


Answer by  CleoHathor (81)

Some of the most common symptoms of prostate cancer are associated with changes in urination. More frequent urges to urinate, starting and stopping while urinating, and changes in urine flow are all possible symptoms. These symptoms can also be caused by other non-cancerous issues, so a blood test called a PSA (prostate specific antigen) may be needed.


Answer by  al46398 (20)

Early stages of prostate cancer may have no symptoms, but shortly you may notice frequent or painful urination and possibly blood in the urine. In later stages, bone pain is noticeable, particularly around the spine and pelvis.


Answer by  eiryck (847)

Symptoms of prostate cancer would include trouble or having a hard time in urinating, pain in the pelvic area, presence of blood in ones urine and in the semen.


Answer by  bubbyboy (9929)

Prostate cancer has some symptoms that can be symptoms of other disorders. A lot of times there will be blood in the urine. The need to urinate is more frequent and there is usually back pain.


Answer by  Susan (179)

In the early stages this cancer does not show many signs. As it advances you can have difficulty urinating or not being able to urinate at all. There could be pain or burning when urinating. You could also have blood in your urine. There may be some pain in your lower back or pelvis area.

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