What is the Prostate gland?

The prostate is a walnut sized gland in men. It is closely linked with the urinary system and is a key part of the male reproductive system. It is located below the bladder and makes and stores seminal fluid, a milky fluid that nourishes sperms. As men grow older, the prostate gland frequently becomes a source of trouble. The three most common prostate problems are inflammation (prostatitis), prostate enlargement (BPH), and prostate cancer. Prostatitis and BPH are not necessarily signs or lead to cancer, but men suffering from it can also develop prostate cancer. All prostate related problems also do not necessarily indicate prostate cancer.
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What is the Prostate gland?

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The prostate is a walnut sized gland in men. It is closely linked with the urinary system and is a key part of the male reproductive system. It is located below the bladder and makes and stores seminal fluid, a milky fluid that nourishes sperms. As men grow older, the prostate gland frequently becomes a source of trouble. The three most common prostate problems are inflammation (prostatitis), prostate enlargement (BPH), and prostate cancer. Prostatitis and BPH are not necessarily signs or lead to cancer, but men suffering from it can also develop prostate cancer. All prostate related problems also do not necessarily indicate prostate cancer.

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