Top symptoms of prostate cancer

One of the most common types of cancer to affect men is prostate cancer and, for the first time, it has overtaken the number of cases of breast cancer in England, according to the International Business Times.
While the exact cause is not known, symptoms of prostate cancer may include:
Feeling a burning sensation or pain while urinating
Blood in the urine or seminal fluid
The urge to urinate frequently, particularly during nighttime
Feeling pain or discomfort when sitting
Erectile dysfunction
Difficulty urinating or having a weak stream
About 181,000 men get diagnosed with prostate cancer every year in the U.S. While common, it has a survival rate of about 86%.
Treatment typically involves drugs, surgery and/or radiation, all of which are risky. There are safer, less invasive ways to diagnose and treat prostate cancer.
Recently, researchers discovered a bioactive compound in the neem plant that appears to have potent ability to quell prostate cancer. Neem has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years.
Animal research suggests nimbolide — a bioactive terpenoid compound found in the neem plant — may shrink prostate tumors by as much as 70%, and suppress metastasis by about 50%.
Certain modifications in diet may also have a beneficial effect on the prevention of prostate cancer with results of a study suggesting that a diet high in fruits and vegetables is beneficial in preventing and treating the cancer.
In studies, the consumption of tomatoes, cauliflower, broccoli, green tea and vitamins including vitamin E and selenium seemed to lead to a decreased risk of prostate cancer, while consumption of highly processed or charcoaled meats seemed to be correlated with prostate cancer.
A prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test is often recommended to men over 50 to screen for prostate cancer. Elevated PSA levels may indicate cancer or they could be elevated due …
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