Help For Prostate Health

After the age of 50 approximately one half of all men experience symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). Although BPH is not a cancer risk, doctors do recommend that men over the age of 50 need both an annual prostate examination and a PSA blood test. The PSA test measures inflammation in the prostate, but a high score does not automatically indicate cancer. It indicates the prostate is enlarged and needs further investigation . . .

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