What Is Prostate?

The prostate is an organ located between the urinary bladder and the external urinary tract in men. The main task of this organ, which weighs 15-20 grams, is to secrete PSA (prostate-specific antigen). This hormone called PSA ensures the liquefaction of the semen in the ejaculation fluid. According to a normal physiological mechanism, liquefaction of the sperm is necessary for the fertilization ability. In short, the prostate is a necessary organ for the continuation of sexual health. Every man has a prostate gland. Because it is an essential organ for physiology.

Diversity Of Prostate Disorders

Prostate disorders are very diverse. The most common of these are benign prostatic hyperplasia, prostate cancer, prostate inflammation. Enlargement of the prostate begins and continues in the 40s. Prostate cancer is more common after the age of 50. Inflammation of the prostate is of two types: acute, that is, sudden and chronic. The treatment of these diseases of the prostate is completely planned according to the individual and the condition of the disease.

The prostate is an important organ for men. However, it is not a vital organ. When it is removed, some sexual dysfunctions may occur, but there is no life-threatening problem. Prostate diseases can be treated. It is important to be diagnosed at the appropriate time and appropriately. This can only be done by a urologist.

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