A prostate doctor, known as an urologist, focuses on the lower area of the male body, the area that prostate cancer attacks. A common complaint of men with early signs of prostate problems is slight discomfort experienced during sexual activity. When a man experiences this discomfort, he should visit a prostate doctor or urologist, as inflammation of the prostate glands may lead to prostate cancer.
According to reports, more than half the world’s male population will experience prostate problems and likely develop prostate cancer before they reach fifty. Some prostate doctors believe that prostate problems arise from conditions known as PIN (“PROSTATIC INTRAEPITHELIAL NEOPLASIA“).
Warning signs of prostate difficulties include tenderness around the rectum area or the scrotum. A rare condition known as “Benign PROSTATIC Hypertrophy” exhibits less dramatic symptoms. Prostate cancer also increases the pressure around the urinary tract, increasing the frequency of urination. Some cancerous cells progress gradually, thus the glands enlarge later, which leads to added symptoms, including slow secretions of urine.
Prostate doctors are struggling to find cures for prostate problems. Most urologists recommend that men reduce some of their bad habits, including smoking. Viagra is possibly linked to prostate troubles, although the connection is unclear at this point due to lack of conclusive evidence.
Prostate doctors encourage men to exercise, follow a nutritious diet, and make an effort to practice other habits for healthy living.
Men who are experiencing pain or discomfort during sex or urination should make an appointment with a prostrate doctor. While the problem may be minor now, it could develop into a more serious problem if left untreated. Promptly visiting your prostate doctor upon the first sign of trouble is necessary to treat prostate problems and prevent further complications. If you wait too long, you could potentially pass your window of opportunity for preventing complications in their earliest stages.