Can a cancer dating another cancer

The prostate helps make semen, the milky fluid that carries sperm from the testicles through the penis when a man ejaculates.The prostate surrounds part of the urethra, a tube that carries urine out of the bladder and through the penis.Be sure to tell your doctor if you have any of the urinary symptoms listed below.Tell your doctor if you have these urinary symptoms: Growing older raises your risk of prostate problems.The type of man I meet aren't the type that would worry about such things.it is never the reason why things don't go further. I can't see any reason why someone in our age group would not date a cancer survivor. (from someone who HAS crossed that street) I would really have to evaluate the situation if it ever came up in my life again.I think that your illness is more in the forefront of your mind than it would be in a potential mate/date. I once dated a cancer survivor...every single flippin' chance he got he would refer to himself as a "transplant body"! This isn't the reason we're no longer together but it sure was annoying.

I am more concerned with how a man handles his current health. I won't even go into how he would go on and on and on and on about his nutrition regimen....Because the prostate gland tends to grow larger with age, it may squeeze the urethra and cause problems in passing urine.Sometimes men in their 30s and 40s may begin to have these urinary symptoms and need medical attention.Support can come in many forms: family, friends, cancer support groups, church or spiritual groups, online support communities, or one-on-one counselors.What’s best for you depends on your situation and personality.

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