Every man has a prostate, unless he has undergone surgical intervention. Modern medical wisdom holds that every man will develop prostate enlargement and/or prostate cancer at some time in his life. Somehow, this seems to be the case in developed countries, but not in places that do not enjoy the same sort of diet as that enjoyed by most Americans.
Prostate enlargement generally causes problems in later life. The symptoms are constricted urethra, which impedes urination. BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia) has been found in over fifty percent of the men in their 60s, and as many as ninety percent of those in their 70s and 80s. The medical intervention only reduces the symptoms, but can offer no cure.
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