What Are Symptoms of the Prostate Cancer According to the NHS?

Q:
There are many symptoms of the prostate cancer. What are the most standard or typical ones?
A:
According to the NHS, symptoms often occur after the prostate cancer putting pressure on the urethra, including:

  • more urinating, especially during the night
  • needing to rush to the toilet
  • difficulty in starting to pee
  • straining or taking a long time while urinating
  • weak flow
  • feeling that your bladder has not emptied fully
  • bone and back pain
  • a loss of appetite
  • pain in the testicles
  • unexplained weight loss

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