The number of men suffering from prostate cancer is increasing in Nepal. The increased number of patients due to longevity, increased awareness of health, increased availability of specialist physicians and the availability of ‘PSA blood tests’ and modern equipment can lead to timely diagnosis.
If the prostate cancer gland starts to spread out, there is no cure. Treatment helps to cope with the pain and other complexities that may arise from the disease.
Prostate gland development
The prostate gland begins with the embryonic state beginning at 7 weeks and beginning at 7 weeks. At the age of 6, it weighs 3 to 5 grams. It usually stays at the same level for up to 2 years. Men without prostate development cannot produce offspring. The prostate gland is located beneath the urethra, passing around the opening of the urethra.
The onset of prostate cancer is not the same in all areas. The frontier is the largest. About 5 percent of the total prostate gland is in this area. This is where 8 percent of cancer starts. This part is adjacent to the rectum and attached to the prostate’s bark. The cancer doctor who appears there can finger-check.
The alteration portion is mainly the focus of prostate hyperplasia. The gland fissure is from 5 to 5 percent. When the male reaches the age of about 3 years, this part begins to increase. During this time, the urethra and urethra enter and push the other part of the prostate. The growth of this part is not a snare everywhere.
The medial part is around the semen ejaculation tube. Up to 5 percent of the gland is fibrous. Prostate cancer develops in this area by 5.7 percent. However, the cancer of this part is more aggressive and spreads faster in the algebraic bag. The frontal region of the gland is fibrous. This area is about 5 percent of the total prostate.
Symptoms of cancer
There is no specific symptom that says ‘this is only a symptom of prostate cancer’. Prostate cancer is a symptomless disease, especially in the beginning. The natural development of prostate cancer is 4-5 years. Many patients die because of other diseases in the body, even though they are not the guardians of the disease.
Prostate cancer is most commonly seen after 3 decades. At that age, many men are more likely to suffer from diabetes, hypertension, kidney and liver disease, asthma and lung disease, gastric and intestinal disease.
Prostate cancer, even when enlarged and enlarged, is limited to the prostate gland, showing only signs of uncertain urinary obstruction in terms of origin. For example, urination and urination should not be delayed, urine flow is slow and dull, after the urine is switched on, the urine will not be fully absorbed; If the prostate cancer is spread out of the gland, which part of the organ is disrupted, it shows the symptoms of the disease. Prostate cancer can spread to the urethra and cause kidney stones to function. When prostate cancer is spread to the bone marrow, the bone becomes sore, weakened and broken from minor injuries.
The lymph gland and the bone marrow are the major areas for prostate cancer. Urinary tract, urethra, liver, lungs, brain, etc. can spread the disease. Symptoms such as extreme bone pain, anemia, kidney dysfunction, anorexia, malnutrition, paralysis of the lower back, dysfunction can be seen in the highest developmental stage of prostate cancer.
Diagnosis of disease
Various tests should be done to determine whether prostate cancer, especially in men over the age of five, is suffering from urine symptoms. Prostate cancer should be especially screened for males. General blood test, abdominal USG, PSA blood test etc. should be done.
The doctor examines the prostate from the anus and discovers whether or not it is sore. Men who have a broken bone, lumbar spine, or broken bones, anorexia, and anorexia, have to be treated with caution. Semen bleeding, decreased sexual desire and long-term use of high fat foods (especially frequent ghee), diabetes and obese men should be specially examined.
Finger tests and PSA blood tests should be done if you suspect cancer, such as cityscan, MRI and prostate gland testing. Examination of glandular fibers does not imply that the cancer is certain. Cancer fatality is negligible on the basis of fiber screening. Therefore, when diagnosing prostate cancer, ‘glandular examination’ should be kept in focus.
Cancer is limited to the gland or spreads out of the gland, it must be sure. Patients’ age, the impact of other chronic diseases, the outcome of PSA, the condition of the urinary tract and the patient’s perception of the proposed treatment and in-depth counseling should be taken into consideration.
The patient should have a clear vision of the development of prostate cancer. After treatment or if for some reason it does not happen, it is advisable to make a decision based only on a small amount of information about the difficulties that the body will face with the expansion of prostate cancer.
Prostate cancer patients should not be burdened with unnecessary treatment, but in the future, the physician and the physician should not be exposed to pain and suffering due to this disease.