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The prostate often enlarges as men get older, but now a day due to modern lifestyle major part of the male population is suffering from prostate problems. These prostate problems not only disturb the functional life of a person but also disturb the personal life. Anatomically prostate gland is compromised in zones and lobes. The main action of the prostate gland is in the sexual sphere, where it produces PSA which is an essential protein which helps to keep the semen in its liquid state. This PSA when gets increased can lead to cancer or any prostate problem. Major risk factors associated with prostate problems are related to old age (above 45), more in person with a family history of cancer. Diet factors also play a major role in long-term medication, smoking, alcohol, night working and even increased intake of tea and coffee leads to prostate problems. Proper investigations that are advised in case of prostate problems are done through Blood the “PSA TEST” and Urine and Ultrasound Prostate. “A Latest new Non- Invasive test i.e. PSMA -PET scanning test is introduced. “In younger men, the prostate is about the size of a walnut. It is doughnut shaped as it surrounds the beginning of the urethra, the tube that conveys urine from the bladder to the penis. The nerves that control erections surround the prostate. The mean weight of the normal prostate in adult males is about 11 grams, usually ranging between 7 and 16 grams. It surrounds the urethra just below the urinary bladder and can be felt during a rectal exam.”
The word "prostate" comes from Medieval Latin prostate and Medieval French prostate. The ancient Greek word prostate means "one standing in front", from protistan meaning "set before". The prostate is so called because of its position - it is at the base of the bladder. The Prostate is an important organ forming part of the male reproductive system. It is located below the bladder and anterior to the bowel. Its main function is to produce fluid which protects and enriches sperm. There are thousands of tiny glands in the prostate - they all produce a fluid that forms part of the semen and fluid also protects and nourishes the sperm. At the time of male orgasm, the seminal vesicles secrete a milky liquid through which the semen travels. The liquid is produced by the prostate gland, while the sperm is stored and produced in the testicles. When a male climaxes (has an orgasm) contracted muscles force the prostate to secrete this fluid into the urethra and released through the penis. In younger men, the prostate is about the size of a walnut of doughnut-shaped as it surrounds the beginning of the urethra, the tube that conveys urine from the bladder to the penis. The nerve responsible for erections surrounds the prostate. An average weight of the normal prostate in adult males is about 11 grams, usually ranging between 7 and 16 grams which surround the urethra below the urinary bladder and can be by rectal exam.



THE PROSTATE PRODUCES PROSTATE-SPECIFIC ANTIGEN (PSA):

The epithelial cells in the prostate gland produce a protein called PSA (prostate-specific antigen). The PSA helps keep the semen in its liquid state. Some of the PSA escapes into the bloodstream. We can measure a man's PSA levels by checking his blood. If a man's levels of PSA are high, it might be an indication of either prostate cancer or some kind of prostate condition. Male hormones affect the growth of the prostate, and also how much PSA the prostate produces. If male hormones are low during a male's growth and during his adulthood, his prostate gland will not grow to full size. Mostly in older men, the prostate may continue to grow, especially the part that is around the urethra. This can make it more difficult for the man to pass urine as the growing prostate gland may be causing the urethra to collapse. When the prostate gland becomes too big in this way, the condition is called Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH). “Only 30 percent of patients with high PSA are detected cancer after biopsy it shows PSA test is not distinctive indicator of cancer of prostate but may also detect prostatitis and Benign hypertrophy of prostate “The United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF, 2012) does not recommend PSA Screening as most of the cancers are asymptomatic and because overdiagnosis and overtreatment may involve risk of erectile dysfunction male impotence and incontinence.” For more detail contact us at + 91-9999367159 or visit www.drnavalkumar.com

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