I have a slower stream, does this mean I have prostate cancer?

by | Feb 3, 2017

Many men that I see are concerned about their prostate cancer risk when they become aware of a change in their urinary unction. Prostate cancer tends to arise from the outer part of the prostate rather than in the central area. As a result, before prostate cancer will cause any urinary symptoms t needs to be very large to the point that it obstructs the outlet of the bladder. More often than not urinary symptoms are due to BPH or the benign prostatic enlargement.