Most cases of early prostate cancer cause no symptoms. Routine tests usually lead to detection. As the disease progresses, the tumor grows larger and may place pressure on surrounding organs. This pressure can result in symptoms such as:
An infection or condition called benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), which is the abnormal growth of benign prostate cells, also may cause these symptoms.
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