Most men do nothing to look after their prostates. They spend more time looking after their hair or teeth. Baldness or rotten choppers are seldom life-threatening, but a rotten prostate will… Read More
By age 50, most men suffer some degree of prostate disease. They get recurrent prostatitis (inflammation of the prostate, usually caused by infection), or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH… Read More
A Typical Case In PointHere’s a typical case in point and the standard medical answer to the modern plague of prostate disease. A man in his late 40s or early 50s notices a mild but gr… Read More
Even if a localized prostate tumor is correctly detected by the PSA, it may not be a big problem. Autopsy studies of old men who die from other causes show that about one man in every three… Read More
It is important to understand that the PSA test has one of the highest false-positive rates of any medical test used today. It's bad business. It is very common to score high on the PSA but… Read More
Your prostate is a doughnut-shaped gland the size of a large walnut, lying just below your bladder. A small but vitally important tube, the urethra, descends from the bladder, passes through… Read More
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