Before we get in to the top 2 prostate cancer treatment options, you should know that prostate cancer is curable
Prostate cancer is a common cancer that affects the lives of millions of men worldwide. The number of prostate cancer cases increased dramatically in the early 1990s.
This trend is likely due to advances in screening technologies. These numbers have fallen since 2006, where 60,000 fewer cases have been diagnosed.
However, the number of deaths caused by prostate cancer remains constant.
Currently, prostate cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer in men other than skin cancer and is the second leading cause of male cancer deaths.
In 2021, the American Cancer Society estimated that 248,530 cases would be diagnosed and 34,130 men would die from the disease.
The prostate is a walnut-sized gland located in front of the rectum and just below the bladder.
Although the prostate is composed of several cell types, almost all prostate cancers develop in the glandular cells. Cancer of the glandular cells is called adenocarcinoma.
The function of the prostate glandular cells is to produce a fluid that leaves the body through the urethra during ejaculation. This substance is part of the seminal fluid that nourishes the sperm. Prostate secretions increase the pH of semen and help neutralize the acidity of the female vagina.
Symptoms of prostate cancer
There are few symptoms associated with the early stages of prostate cancer. However, most cases of prostate cancer can be diagnosed before symptoms develop through screening. The American Cancer Society names the following symptoms associated with the late stages of prostate cancer:
Inability to urinate
Weak or discontinuous urine flow
Difficulty in starting or stopping the flow of urine
Frequent urination, especially at night
Blood in the urine
Burning during urination
Ongoing pain in the back, pelvis, and upper thigh
If symptoms persist, yuor doctor should be consulted. However, it is important to note that these symptoms may be caused by other factors unrelated to prostate cancer.
Detection and diagnosis
Prostate cancer is detected in several ways. The methods used depend, in part, on patient preference and patient symptoms.
Digital rectal exam
Prostate Prostate Antigen (PSA) Test
Pathology report and staging
If there is a suspicion that you may have prostate cancer, a tissue sample (biopsy) may be performed for testing purposes. After collecting the sample, the physician who performed the biopsy sends the sample to a pathologist who examines it both macroscopically (visible to the naked eye) and microscopically (using magnification) and returns a pathology report to the physician. The report contains information on tissue appearance, cellular composition and indicates whether disease is present or absent.
Cancer staging is a useful procedure to describe the severity of the disease. A common method is the T/N/M system that categorizes tumor severity based on the size, location and spread of the cancer in the body. However, the most commonly used system for prostate cancer is the Gleason scale. This system assigns a number to the aggressiveness of the prostate cancer.
Prostate cancer treatment options
There are two commonly used prostate cancer treatment options which are:
There are various prostate cancer surgery you can consider and some of them are effective but they do not 100% guarantee non-reoccurence
This is an effective non surgical method to get rid of prostate cancer but the less used
There are various reasons behind this ranging from low trust, safety, little knowledge about herbs and no access to such herbs
The big question is…
Which of these is the best prostate cancer treatment option?
If you are someone scared of surgery or going under the knife even when it’s not guaranteed it will not regrow, then you should consider the natural way.
You need to pick from these two options
Personally, I have seen men get free from prostate cancer without surgery which is using the second prostate cancer treatment option
You can do that too
But do ensure it’s from a trustworthy source and safe
Here’s one I recommend ProstaPro
You can do your own research about it or other natural prostate cancer treatment