It's Easy to Learn The
Prostate Problems

symptoms of prostate problems for men over 50

Symptoms of prostate problems are not always so obvious.

You gland may be bothering you for a number of reasons. Prostatitis, BPH (benign prostatic Hyperplasia), infection, tumor, cancer, urinary difficulty...

Knowing your exact problem can be difficult because very often the symptoms are similar to each other.

In any event, it is always wise to get a thorough check up by a good urologist. Make sure you know what your situation is before you decide what action to take.

In most cases, the difficulty or pain is benign (not life threatening). And, almost every prostatic problem can be relieved to a satisfactory degree with proper nutrition, correct massage, and nutritional supplements.

The Obvious And Not So Obvious
Symptoms Of Prostate Problems

symptoms of prostate problems

Obvious symptoms of prostate problems include:

  • Not being able to empty your bladder completely
  • Needing to go to the bathroom more often. There may be a sense of urgency connected to this. The need to go to the bathroom may wake you during the night.
  • Hesitation in starting to urinate and then a weak urine stream once it begins
  • A weak or slow urine stream
  • The feeling of incomplete bladder emptying
  • Difficulty starting urination
  • Urgency to urinate frequently
  • A urinary flow that starts and stops
  • Straining to urinate
  • Continued dribbling of urine
  • Returning to urinate again soon after finishing

The not so obvious symptoms of prostate problems can include:

  • Fever
  • Chills
  • Lower back pain
  • Perineal pains (pelvic floor)
  • Abdominal pains (above the pubic bone)
  • Pain and burning when urinating (dysuria)
  • Difficulty urinating
  • Urinary retention (inability to completely empty bladder)
  • Pain during ejaculation
  • Pain with bowel movements
  • Blood in the urine
  • Decreased force of the urinary stream
  • Testicle pain
  • Foul-smelling urine
  • Blood in the semen

For Men Over 50

symptoms of prostate problems

For most men over 50 the first symptoms of prostate problems often is getting up each night to urinate.

These visits in time become more and more frequent. This is usually due to the development of BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia).

The reason for BPH enlargement is simply that the internal chemistry of the human body changes as we get older. Less natural male hormones are produced. This causes many physiological changes.

In advanced age, the lack of sexual hormonal production seems to neuter the human form. You may have noticed that in very advanced age, both men and women often have a very similar physique.

Many doctors actually believe that the enlargement of our gland is as normal in men over 50 as gray hair.

On the other hand, most men degenerate far too early in life. We suffer from far too many symptoms of prostate problems.

A lot of this physical change, illness, and debility is due to improper diet and nutritional deficiency.

"Men categorically, who have healthier lifestyles
have less ailments of all kinds.

Including less enlarged prostates and
less symptoms of prostate problems."

Most of these ailments can be reversed with proper nutrients. This includes BPH. There are many men in their 80s and 90s with perfectly healthy glands.

Correct Prostate Massage
Can Make ALL The Difference In The World

This does NOT mean you can continue with everything you currently do and just pop a few pills. You have to get back to human basics with a proper diet and health enhancing natural food supplements. Correct prostate massage always makes the process work faster.

"There is nothing like some correct prostatic massaging
to bring more blood, nutrients, and fresh oxygen
to your prostate gland.

And, those are the things that enable the gland to heal itself."

What About Medications?

We are an overly medicating society. We like to (usually falsely) believe there is a "Quick fix" that will make us all better even when we continue doing everything else wrong!

We are killing ourselves with all kinds of unnecessary "medication". Yes, there are necessary medications. But, as a society we love to pop pills for everything.

There are some medications that can actually make prostatic conditions and symptoms worse. For example BPH symptoms. So, talk with your doctor or pharmacist about any medicines you are taking such as:

  • Over-the-counter cold and cough medicines (especially antihistamines)
  • Tranquilizers
  • Antidepressants
  • Blood pressure medicine

You Have To Learn The Cause(s)
Your Problems

When you learn what your prostatic problem is, the next thing to learn is what caused it. Something did. It is not just some mystery of the cosmos or bad luck.

Lifestyle, dietary habits, environmental toxins, and too much stress are the cause of virtually EVERY illness man has ever encountered.

When you find what caused your symptoms of prostate problems, you can then eliminate the harmful habits and replace them with health building habits.

The thing is, you will have to learn what is not good for you and what is good for you. The best place to start is right here. Read all the pages on this site. That will give you a good start in learning what causes symptoms of prostate problems.

Then it is up to you to take the correct actions to reverse your discomforts and inabilities. This is a cause and effect Universe. You should take great comfort in that truth. There are no mysteries as to why we get ill. We just like to believe there are.

"Often, simple correct prostate massage is all a man needs
to feel better."

symptoms of prostate problems disappear

Other times more lifestyle corrective measures are needed.

If you will take the time to learn what creates real health, and look back over you living habits for the last 20 years or so, you'll easily understand what you need to do and the changes you need to make, to make yourself well again.

When you learn these things, and you apply them, you'll undoubtedly see all your symptoms of prostate problems change for the better!

Be Well.....

~ William

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