As one of the cancer cells that happen to men, prostate cancer is quite dangerous to some. Being undetected and hard to guess on its early stage, this cancer is likely one of the most risky cancer cells that you don’t ever want to face. But with so many hassles on how to detect it, what are the signs and symptoms of this dangerous disease and how to treat it? In this article, we are going to discuss it all.
What Is Prostate Cancer?
Prostate cancer is a cancer that grows uncontrollably inside the gland cells of prostate. This cancer only occurs to male and can spread rapidly through your body.
Types Of Prostate Cancer
Most of the time, prostate cancers are adenocarcinomas. Adenocarcinomas is the most common prostate cancer type to happen but at rare occasion, you can also get other types of prostate cancer such as Sarcoma, Small cell carcinomas, Neuroendocrine tumors, andTransitional cell carcinomas.
The Signs And Symptoms Of Prostate Cancer
These are the signs and symptoms you may experience If you got into prostate cancer, they are:
- A blood found in your semen
- Having a difficult time to get an erection in a sexual intercourse
- Having a painful ejaculation
- Having a bone pain that won’t go away for a long time
- Having a hard time to have urination
- Painful urination and feeling heated when having urination
- Blood found in urine
- Frequents urination at night time
- Decrease flow of urination
The signs and symptoms above are appearing step by step due to the slow development of the cancer cells itself. But if you already have a discomfort around the bladder area and having a hard time to urinate, and feel pressured around the urethral area, that could be a sign of your first stage of prostate cancer.
How To Avoid It
Prostate cancer can be caused by a bad diet or unhealthy food. if you consume too much caffeine, alcohol, sugar, and unhealthy fats food (which including vegetables fats and trans fats) you are most likely have a higher risk to get into prostate cancer. Start having a healthy meal by consuming more B vitamins food, garlic, pumpkin and other food that is not risky to eat from the list.
Having a healthy digestion helps too. By balancing your digestion, you can avoid both constipation and irregularity in your stomach. The consumption of curcumin and vitamin D3 might help you to keep your prostate from inflammation and oversized. You can find curcumin in ginger and turmeric. A weekly consumption might help you to feel better especially for your digestion system.
A very consistent bad diet might be the risk factor to trigger this disease as well as unhealthy lifestyle. Start changing it by keeping the balance your food needs. Avoiding this by getting your diet habits from now might be better than having to have it already developed on its stages. If one of the signs and symptoms happen to you, do get a check DRE (digital rectal exam) or PSA (Prostate specific Androgen) as fast as you can since prostate couldn’t be apparent and most likely hard to detect to minimalize the risk of getting into a worsen stage.