Prostate cancer symptoms: Pain may radiate in three unexpected body parts

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Prostate cancer symptoms: Pain may radiate in three unexpected body parts

The extremely common condition isn't linked to any preventable risk factors, so if you're a man, you're at risk of developing prostate cancer. If y

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The extremely common condition isn’t linked to any preventable risk factors, so if you’re a man, you’re at risk of developing prostate cancer. If you’re affected by the disease, pain may radiate from unexpected places. The Prostate Cancer Free Foundation explained: “If you have symptoms, [it’s] a possible sign of more advanced cancer.”

For somebody to experience pain in their hips, spine or upper legs, it’s advised to get it checked out by your GP.

Other warning signs of prostate cancer may include discomfort during ejaculation and/or difficulty in getting an erection.

There may be urinary problems, such as a weak urine stream, or hesitancy to start peeing.

People with prostate cancer may find that when they urinate, it’s not a steady stream; instead, it stops and starts.

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It could be a sign of another condition, called benign prostatic hypertrophy, which isn’t cancerous.

The charity said after the age of 45, testing for prostate cancer should be part of a routine annual examination.

How often do you make time for an annual routine examination, even if there’s nothing of concern at the time?

Committing to a yearly health check-up will mean any health niggles can be addressed early on.

Prioritising your health can help ensure you live a long, healthy life.

The free NHS Health Check can reveal if you’re at higher risk of certain health conditions, such as:

  • Heart disease
  • Diabetes
  • Kidney disease
  • Stroke
  • Diabetes

Your healthcare nurse will advise you how to decrease your risk of these illnesses, including dementia.

The Health Check should last for about 20 to 30 minutes, which will require you to answer questions about your lifestyle and family history.

If you want to get the most out of your health check, it pays off to be candidly honest about any drinking or smoking habits you might have.

During the health check, your height and weight will be measured, as well as your blood pressure.

A blood test will also be organised, which can be taken either before or after the health check.

The blood test results will reveal your risk of heart disease, stroke, kidney disease and diabetes.



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