What are the symptoms of prostate diseases?

Symptoms of prostate disease depend on the type of disease, but generally include urinary problems. If the prostate becomes enlarged, it can squeeze the urethra and affect bladder control. A frequent urge to urinate, a weak urine stream, and a small amount of urine may be symptomatic of a prostate disease. If a bacterial infection is causing the problem, symptoms may also include fever, chills, and nausea in addition to urinary problems.

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