As we Know Prostate cancer is not a joke to laugh at. Many Doctors suggests to do regular PC check up to know if you are having symptoms of Prostate Cancer . If prostate cancer is detected early enough, there is a 95% chance of full recovery and complete cure.
Normally Prostate Cancer can exist without having any symptoms, Still there are some patients may have symptoms of having to urinate frequently or slowly, or have urinary burning or blockage or bleeding.
Rare: People with Age Below 40
Average:People with Age 50 to 80
Very common: People with Age above 80
So it is better to go through the prostate examination consists of two parts, a digital rectal examination, (DRE), and a blood test, the PSA or, prostate specific antigen.
You should be examined usually at age 50. If you have a history of prostate cancer in you family you should do it at age 45.
Age 40 should be mandatory for a PSA Baseline. Prostate Cancer isn't an old man's disease anymore. Men is their 30's are also at risk. For a reality check see Journey With Prostate Cancer on Facebook.
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