These symptoms do not necessarily mean that you have prostate cancer, but they could be signs of a non-cancerous condition known as prostate enlargement.
Prostate enlargement is common in men over the age of 50 and usually does not pose a serious health threat.
The symptoms of prostate enlargement are very similar to prostate cancer, they can be easily confused.
This is especially true in men over the age of 50, as prostate cancer is also more common in men over that age. The risk of developing prostate cancer increases as you get older.
“If you notice changes in the way you urinate, then this is more likely to be a sign of a very common non-cancer problem called prostate enlargement or another health problem,”; Prostate Cancer UK said.
“But you should still check it out.”