Georgia Urology is dedicated to delivering the highest quality of care to men with prostate cancer. We work to help each patient understand their risk factors, detect the disease early at its most treatable stage, and provide an integrated system of care so that they can beat prostate cancer and continue living their fullest life.
It is rare for patients to present because of symptoms attributable to prostate cancer. Most prostate cancers are diagnosed in the local stage and are asymptomatic.
Since the prostate surrounds your urethra, any change in your prostate can cause problems with urination and ejaculation. These symptoms can also be caused by other diseases or disorders which are not caused by prostate cancer. Please consult your urologist to determine their cause.