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

There are many symptoms of the prostate cancer. What are the most standard or typical ones?
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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