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How to Avoid prostate cancer?

        
        How to take care Male Organs

       Men have a sensitive part, which needs to take care of. Especially the part of their male organs. These organs use for reproduction. What is prostate cancer? This cancer occurs in the prostate gland that shapes like walnut that produces seminal fluid that nourishes and transport sperm. Some disease men have is having cancer in the prostate gland. It will be treated at an early sign.
 
    What is the sign of prostate cancer? If a man feels burning in urination, pain, it's hard to urinate,frequent urges to urinate at the night, loss of bladder control, blood in urine and blood in semen. Those are the common sign of having cancer in prostate glands. Sadly, when this cancer can't treat at the early sign it will kill men.

     What is the cause of the prostate? One factor is by inherited mutations, and by the genes. Some chemicals that intake to the bodies such as smoking, radiation, viruses, obesity hormones, chronic inflammation and lack of exercise.

     How to avoid prostate cancer? First, must watch the diet avoid too many fats. Increase fruits and vegetables which can help to boost the immune system of men. Some veggies such as tomatoes, broccoli, green tea, legumes may help the person who experiences this.

      At the first time experience, this must consult the doctor for treatment. People experience this feel pain in their sensitive organs. Prevention is better especially if it is genetic. Men must be aware of this sign.


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