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REVEALED: How NOT To Be a Victim of the Prostate Cancer Epidemic

Jordan is a 40-year-old man whose father died of prostate cancer a few months back.

Upon learning about Jordan’s father’s cause of death, Jordan’s doctor encouraged him to undergo some tests for his prostate.

During their meeting, the horrifying truths about cancer were revealed to Jordan.

He learned that cancer is the second leading cause of death in the world, responsible for approximately 9.6 million deaths in 2018 alone.

And that globally, 1 in 6 deaths is due to cancer.

His doctor also revealed that prostate cancer is the second most prevalent cancer in men after lung cancer.

In 2018, a staggering 1,276,106 global prostate cancer cases were recorded, out of which led to 358,989 deaths.

His doctor further explained that Jordan is at risk of developing the same disease that led to his father’s death because prostate cancer is passed on to family members.

Jordan was speechless and utterly devastated.

He didn’t have a clue about his own prostate, much less the problems related to it.

He was extremely worried about his own life.

Having sensed Jordan’s anguish, the doctor advised him to gather as much information as he could about the prostate.

“Information is the best tool to have in dealing with this aspect of men’s health,” the doctor told Jordan.

So, Jordan decided to research the prostate, its related health issues, and their respective treatments and preventative measures to save himself from problems later in life.

If you’re like Jordan and you’re worried about the havoc that your prostate might cause (or is already causing) in your life, then I suggest you read on because, in the next paragraphs, you will learn about

✔️ what prostate is

✔️ common health conditions linked to prostate

✔️ their causes

✔️ their symptoms

✔️ when to see your doctor;

✔️ and possible treatments

Prostate Gland: What is it? What does it do? Why should I care?

The prostate is a walnut-shaped gland that is part of your reproductive system (the biological system involved in producing offspring), which also includes your penis, scrotum, and testicles.

It is located between the bladder and the penis and in front of the rectum.

What the prostate does is, during ejaculation, it squeezes its fluid into the urethra. That fluid, along with other fluids, is then discharged together with the sperm as semen, a greyish-white bodily fluid that carries, protects, and helps sperm to survive for successful fertilization.

In a nutshell, the prostate is very important for men who wish to father children.

Remember it was mentioned that the prostate is a walnut-shaped gland?

Well, the size of the prostate grows bigger over a period of time.

And this is a very natural process.

By the time you’re 40, your prostate might grow into a size similar to an apricot.

And by the time you’re 60, its size might be like a lemon.

While deemed benign, the enlarged prostate can squeeze the urethra (the tube where urine passed through to be expelled out of the body) and cause problems when you’re trying to urinate.

This enlargement of the prostate that causes damage to your system is medically referred to as benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH.

Usually, problems related to BPH arise when you’re 50 or older, but they can also start earlier in life.

Common Conditions Linked To Prostate

The health conditions related to your prostate can be divided into two: cancerous and non-cancerous or benign.

Non-cancerous prostate conditions include:

❌ Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)

❌ Prostitis

❌ Acute bacterial prostitis

❌ Chronic bacterial prostitis

❌ Chronic prostitis

❌ Asymptomatic prostitis

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)

BPH, as already mentioned a while ago, is the enlargement of the prostate gland.

No matter how health-conscious you are, as you grow older, your health and body will slowly change and deteriorate.

BPH is one example of such change.

This condition occurs when your prostate is large enough to squeeze the urethra and cause

❌ a hard time getting started to pee

❌ weak pee stream

❌ frequent bathroom stops, especially at night

❌ bothersome urinary symptoms

However, it’s referred to as “benign” because it isn’t cancerous and does not lead to prostate cancer.

Still, the need for bladder muscles to work harder to expel urine can render them weaker over time. This eventually leads to more discomfort and harm in your daily living.

⚠️ Feeling like you still need to pee despite just having peed

⚠️ Having to urinate too often (eight or more times a day)

⚠️ Incontinence or the inability to control when you pee

⚠️ An urgent and sudden need to pee

⚠️ Waking up several times every night to pee

Sadly, experts still do not know what causes BPH, though some suspect it has something to do with hormonal changes as you age.

During puberty, your prostate doubles in size, and during your mid-20s, it begins to grow again.

This growth occurs for the rest of most men’s lives.

Unfortunately, for some, it leads to BPH.

And because its symptoms are similar to that of urinary tract infections (UTIs) and kidney problems, the best step to take if you experience the warning signs is to talk to your doctor and get some tests.

Some treatments that may be advised to do are the following:

1.    Watchful waiting – The name says it all. What you do is wait while observing yourself. Your doctor might tell you to simply monitor your condition if your symptoms don’t bother you that much and if there are no complications. You may also resort to this option if you don’t want the side effects of medications and if you find treatments too costly. However, you would have to pay your doctor a visit once a year or earlier if your symptoms change.

 You need to watch out for:

⚠️ Frequent need to urinate

⚠️ Feeling as if your bladder is full after peeing

⚠️ An urgent and sudden need to urinate

⚠️ A weak stream or dribbling at the end of urination

⚠️ Having trouble starting

⚠️ Having to stop and start urinating several times

⚠️ Urine leakage

Aside from observing, you would also be advised to make some simple lifestyle changes, like drinking less caffeine and alcohol and having fewer liquids before bedtime.

Some over-the-counter medications (e.g., sinus medicines and antihistamines) may also worsen your problem with your prostate. Inform your doctor about the medications you’re taking to get expert advice.

2.    Medications or supplements – You might consider taking medication for your BPH if

⚠️ your symptoms are moderate, and they are not getting any better, or they are getting worse

⚠️ you’ve tried making lifestyle changes with no avail

⚠️ you are at risk for complications linked to BPH

You need to get the advice of your doctor to receive a proper prescription.

You might also resort to taking supplements. If you’re looking for a supplement that best fits your needs, it would be best if you conduct your research. Research on the food sources that can greatly benefit the health of your prostate, like saw palmetto, which is one of the best-studied and most commonly used supplements to treat BPH.

3.    Surgery – If all else fails, your doctor might resort to surgery, especially if you have reached a point where you can’t pee at all or if you develop kidney damage, UTIs, or kidney stones.

As you can see, BPH may be termed as “benign,” but it doesn’t mean it will not cause havoc in your life if you don’t do something to treat it.


Prostitis is a condition that causes your prostate to become swollen, tender, and inflamed.

Like BPH, it’s not cancerous, but it’s not to be thought of as “safe” in any way either.

There are actually four common types of prostitis, and each of them has its own symptoms and causes.

1.    Acute Bacterial Prostitis – This is an acute infection of the prostate gland, which results in pelvic pain and urinary tract symptoms. The infection is caused by bacteria from your kidneys, bladder, or the tubes between them. This type of prostitis develops quickly, and you’ll suddenly experience

⚠️ urgent need to pee, but only a little urine comes out

⚠️ high fever

⚠️ chills

⚠️ difficulty urinating

⚠️ pain around the base of your penis or behind your scrotum; and

⚠️ cloudy urine

2.    Chronic bacterial prostitis – This one is a milder bacterial infection and is more common among older men. Some men who have had UTI or acute bacterial prostitis may get this condition. Unfortunately, because its symptoms tend to come and go, it’s easier to miss them. However, its symptoms include

⚠️ urgent need to urinate, especially at night

⚠️ painful urination

⚠️ pain after an orgasm

⚠️ lower back pain

⚠️ pain in the rectum

⚠️ blood in the semen

⚠️ weak urine stream

⚠️ a “heavy” feeling behind the scrotum

3.    Chronic prostitis – This is the most common type of prostitis, and its symptoms are very similar to that of bacterial prostitis. However, tests will not find any bacteria present for this condition. Doctors are not certain what causes chronic prostitis, but they have suspected triggers:

⚠️ Stress

⚠️ Nerve damage

⚠️ Physical injury

⚠️ Chronic fatigue syndrome;

⚠️ And irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)

The primary warning signs of chronic prostitis is pain that lasts for more than three months in one or more of these body parts:

⚠️ Penis

⚠️ Scrotum

⚠️ Perineum (between your scrotum and rectum); and

⚠️ Lower abdomen

4.    Asymptomatic inflammatory prostitis – This type of prostitis does not have any symptoms. It is often found only by chance when you’re going through tests for other conditions. It doesn’t require any treatment.

If you’re experiencing symptoms of prostitis, it would be in your favor to seek professional advice.

Your doctor might advise you to a treatment depending on the underlying cause.

Such treatments can include:

✔️ Antibiotics – This is the most commonly prescribed treatment for prostitis. The kind of antibiotics your doctor chooses will depend on the type of bacteria that caused your infection.

✔️ Alpha-blockers – These medications help relax your bladder and the muscle fibers where your prostate joins your bladder. This treatment might relieve symptoms, including painful urination.

✔️ Anti-inflammatory agents – Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs or NSAIDs may be prescribed to help you feel more comfortable.

After discussing the benign (but not so favorable) health conditions related to the prostate, let’s talk about the real deal—the one you should be extra vigilant about…

Prostate Cancer: The Epidemic Few People Talk About

As said before, the prostate naturally grows as you grow older.

That growth can either be benign or malignant.

The above-mentioned conditions belong to the ‘benign’ kind of prostate growth.

On the other hand, prostate cancer is known to be a ‘malignant’ growth as it

⚠️ may be life-threatening

⚠️ can spread to nearby organs and tissues

⚠️ can spread to other parts of the body; and

⚠️ often can be removed but can sometimes grow back

But what is prostate cancer anyway? Does it really deserve to be deemed as an epidemic? What are its causes, and what can you do to protect yourself?

What is prostate cancer?

First off, ‘cancer’ is the name of a group of more than 100 diseases wherein your body cells grow out of control. It can develop anywhere, and when it grows in your prostate, it’s called ‘prostate cancer.’

Prostate cancer cells have the ability to spread by moving away from a prostate tumor.

These malignant cells can travel through blood vessels in order to reach other body parts.

Once spread out, they may attach to other tissues and grow into new tumors, resulting in whole new damage.

Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men and the fifth leading cause of death from cancer worldwide.

In 2012 alone, 307,000 global deaths due to prostate cancer were recorded.

Truly, it’s an epidemic, and we should spread this knowledge to help people safeguard themselves from it.

What are its symptoms?

Early detection is very important in dealing with prostate cancer.

Because it can spread to other tissues and organs, detecting the presence of prostate cancer cells while they are still in the prostate gland has the best chance for successful treatment.

Unfortunately, in the early stages of prostate cancer, it often has no symptoms.

When they do appear, they tend to be similar to those of BPH.

But they can also show signs unrelated to BPH, so it would be best to talk to your doctor when you’re experiencing any urinary problems.

Warning signs of prostate cancer may include:

✔️ Dull pain in the lower pelvic area

✔️ Frequent urination

✔️ Having trouble urination

✔️ Weak stream

✔️ Blood in the urine (Hematuria)

✔️ Painful ejaculation

✔️ Pain in the lower back, hips, or upper thighs

✔️ Loss of appetite

✔️ Loss of weight

✔️ Bone pain

Like other prostate-related conditions, doctors still do not know what causes prostate cancer.

However, they have discovered some factors that might put you at risk of developing it.

These risk factors are:

✔️ Family history – DNA mutations that lead to prostate cancer can be inherited. So, if you have a family member who has or has had prostate cancer, then you are at risk of developing it as well. The American Cancer Society reports that about 5-10 percent of prostate cancer involve resulted from inherited mutations.

✔️ Age – Age is one of the biggest risk factors for prostate cancer. The Prostate Cancer Foundation statistics show that only 1 in 10,000 American men under the age of 40 will develop this cancer. The majority of cases of prostate cancer involves men over 65.

✔️ Race and ethnicity – Experts are not certain why some races are more prone to developing prostate cancer than others. The American Cancer Society reports that African-American men are more likely to acquire prostate cancer than Asian-American and Latino men. Also, they are more likely to be diagnosed at a later stage and lead to poor results.

✔️ Diet – People whose diets are rich in red meat and high-fat dairy products may also have a higher risk of prostate cancer. A study published in 2010 reviewed 101 cases of prostate cancer and discovered that the said diet had a correlation with prostate cancer. However, more research needs to be conducted to understand this notion fully.

✔️ Geographical location – The Prostate Cancer Foundation reports that men living north of 40 degrees latitude have a higher risk of dying from prostate cancer compared to those living farther south. Experts suspect that this is because of the low levels of sunlight (and therefore vitamin D) in parts of the world far from the equator.

Aside from these, you may elevate your risk for developing prostate cancer if you

❌ smoke

❌  are obese

❌  live a sedentary lifestyle

How can it be treated?

The treatment for prostate cancer depends on your individual circumstances.

Many men with prostate cancer do not need treatment.

However, the aim of treatment is to cure or control the disease so it doesn’t affect your everyday life as badly and shorten your life expectancy.

In some cases, cancer has already spread that treatments can only go as far as trying to prolong life and delay the symptoms.

This, again, is the reason why it’s crucial that you visit your doctor regularly, so you do not miss any diseases that may be coming your way.

I’m a woman. Should I care about getting prostate cancer?

First off, women do NOT have a prostate gland.

However, some will call the small glands on the front side of the vagina and the corresponding ducts (Skene’s glands)the ‘female prostate.’

It’s called Skene’s glands or Skene’s ducts as it was named after Alexander Skene, the person who described these structures of the female body in the late 1800s.

It’s compared to the male prostate because of some similarities.

For example, prostate-specific antigen (PSA) and PSP phosphatase (PSAP) are both present in male and ‘female’ prostate glands.

This makes you wonder if such similarities could affirm that women can also develop prostate cancer.

The answer is yes, but very rarely.

One study estimates that Skene’s glands only account for 0.003% of cancers related to the female genital-urinary tract.

Though rare, it CAN happen.

So it’s best that you’re aware and prepared.

Watch out for these symptoms:

⚠️ Painful urination

⚠️ Blood in the urine

⚠️ Pressure behind the pubic bone

⚠️  Frequent urination

⚠️  Change in the menstrual cycle

⚠️ Pain during sex

⚠️  Difficulty urinating

Again, no one really knows what causes ‘female prostate cancer,’ and the risk factors are the same as those of male prostate cancer.

Okay, so now you know much about the prostate and the conditions that you should watch out for.

Let’s talk about how you can protect yourself against them.

Remember that you don’t have to HAVE prostate problems to take care of your prostate.

Why? Because they don’t choose who they victimize.

So it’s best to be safe and prepared.

One of the first steps you can take to do that is to eat a healthy, well-balanced diet that includes foods that help maintain a healthy prostate.

With that said, here are…

6 Foods that Help Maintain a Healthy Prostate

1.    Uva ursi – Uva ursi is a shrub that grows flowers and berries. Its leaves are dried and used to make medicine. It is primarily used for infections that occur in the kidneys, bladder, or urethra and inflammation of the urinary tract. Furthermore, uva ursi has been used to treat bronchitis, constipation, and enlarged prostate.

2.    Saw palmetto – Saw palmetto is a kind of palm found in the southeastern parts of the United States. Its berries are commonly used in supplements aimed to protect and enhance prostate health, balance hormone levels, and prevent hair loss in men. Aside from these, it can also decrease inflammation and improve urinary function.

3.    Green tea – Green tea is a type of tea originating from China. It is made from Camellia sinensis leaves and buds that have not undergone the withering and oxidation process. According to studies, green tea can help protect against prostate cancer and may even slow down the growth of aggressive prostate cancer. Plus, studies show that green tea can also benefit men who have BPH and prostitis.

4.    Red raspberry – Red raspberry is rich in compounds and nutrients that offer a lot of health benefits. One of its primary benefits is that it is rich in antioxidants, which are important in keeping your cells protected from oxidative stress. Its anti-inflammatory properties may be effective in staving off various types of cancer. Also, red raspberry leaves are known to rejuvenate the whole male reproductive system.

5.    Pumpkin seeds – Pumpkin seeds are known to be packed with nutrition that may support prostate health. It’s actually a popular remedy for men’s health issues. A 2014 study found that a combination of pumpkin seed oil and saw palmetto oil may improve BPH symptoms. It was also concluded that they are safe and effective alternative treatments for BPH.

6.    Marshmallow root – Marshmallow root is an African herb that has been used as a traditional medicine for centuries. Its mucilaginous qualities help soothe and protect the delicate tissues within the male body. Aside from this, it is also anti-inflammatory and contains anti-bacterial properties, which can be beneficial for infections that may occur inside the prostate. Furthermore, marshmallow root may also act as a diuretic, which means it can help cleanse the bladder and kidneys by helping flush excess fluid out of the body.

Add these foods to your diet to help improve your prostate health.

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✔️ Green tea

✔️ Red raspberry

✔️ Pumpkin seed

✔️ Marshmallow plant


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-       Used widely throughout the world for prostate cancer

✔️ Broccoli

-       For getting rid of cancer-causing toxins, interrupting pathways that cause inflammation, and acting as an antioxidant

✔️ Tomato Powder

-       Effective for the inhibition of tumor growth

✔️ Nettle

-       For treating urinary problems during the early stages of an enlarged prostate

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-       For treating cancer and relieving some of the side effects of chemical treatment for cancer

✔️ Reishi

-       For slowing down the growth of prostate cancer cells while also enhancing the immune system and reducing stress

✔️ Shitake

-       For helping fight cancer, boosting immunity, and supporting heart health

✔️ Cayenne Pepper

-       For protecting the prostate and killing prostate cancer cells

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