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The prostate, a gland found in men, is approximately the size of a walnut.

The prostate is located in the lowest part after the bladder, in the place of the rectum. Some fluids in the prostate ensure the vitality and movement of the sperm. At the same time, semen is also secreted from this section. It is expected to be anyone in a prostate. With prostate enlargement, inflammation appears as cancer and prostate enlargement.

Types of Prostate Disease

Many malignant and benign tumors of the prostate disease are treatable. Prostate diseases, especially those manifested by urinary complaints, progress in extremely different ways.

  • Prostatitis, also known as inflammation of the prostate, is usually treated with antibiotics and is caused by inflammation.
  • Enlarged prostate, which affects all men aged 50 and over, is manifested by difficulty urinating. BPH can be treated with medications.
  • Prostate cancer, which is the most common type of cancer in men after skin cancer, rarely results in death. Many treatment methods such as surgery, hormone and radiation therapy have a curative effect on this issue.

What Causes Prostate?

Patients who come to our clinic apply with urinary complaints. In the early stages, the narrowed urethra causes urination difficulties. Patients who need to urinate frequently and suddenly face the problem of prostate enlargement as the number of cells increases, which leads to blockages. This causes urinary problems to become serious.

Prostate cancer, on the other hand, may indicate many problems later on, even if it does not show itself at first. This problem, which is seen in men after the age of 50, begins with urology visits as a result of feeling changes in the urinary tract. Suspicion of prostate cancer is diagnosed by rectal examination and some tests. Symptoms generally include:

  • Difficulty urinating
  • Intermittent and weak urine stream
  • Always feeling like your bladder is full
  • urine leaks
  • Blood in the urine and frequent urination at night.

Benign Prostate Enlargement

Benign tumor cells cause prostate enlargement. That’s why tissues called tumors affect some urinary functions. It is also one of the problems that occurs in older ages and is common in men. It is possible to treat and many problems can be treated with medication. There is no such thing as turning into prostate cancer. Surgical intervention, which is extremely important in benign prostate enlargements, can also be performed. Urinary problems can cause many problems in social life. The constant feeling of going to the toilet and the uncomfortable feeling of not emptying the bladder are the most important problems of urethral obstruction in social life.

Prostate cancer

Prostate cancer is diagnosed as a result of the increase in malignant cells and the formation of malignant tumors. At the same time, symptoms may sometimes appear in the future. Not being able to urinate at all, burning and pain while urinating, painful contractions and blood in the urine can cause many problems. For diagnosis, digital anal examination is performed, urinalysis, transrectal ultrasonography and PSA tests are decisive in diagnosis. Sometimes, if a prostate biopsy is performed, examination can be performed for a definitive diagnosis.

Clinical stage, physical examination and laboratory tests are examined depending on other tests. In the pathological phase, samples taken before surgery are tested. Treatment includes active monitoring and post-surgical radiotherapy and hormone therapy.

Urological Examination Checks are a Must

Prostate cancer treatment yields largely successful results with the use of highly advanced facilities and active monitoring. These hormones are blocked with hormone suppressing drugs used to grow cancer cells after radiotherapy. By following up before the operation. It is established so successfully, regular doctor checks and uninterrupted treatment follow-ups are essential.

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