What is Prostate Cancer?
The prostate is a small gland that can be found on the outside of the abdomen. The prostate is one of the most common and important areas of the body for the formation of sperm and spermatozoa (eggs and sperm). It is also one of the first areas to develop if a baby is born. It is often referred to as the "sperm bank" because it stores all of the sperm from the male body after fertilization.
The prostate gland is the only one that is directly involved in sexual activity. It is the part of the male reproductive system that controls ejaculation and ejaculatory control. This area produces the seminal fluid which is used by men to help them produce ejaculatory fluid to ejaculate, or to make sperm.
The prostate gland produces large amounts of ejaculatory fluid, which are released into the air through the urethra, or "stool", where the prostate joins the penis. There is no connection between the prostate and ejaculation, so any person with a prostate disease may experience a loss of semen, or no ejaculatory fluid. It is a sign of an underlying problem with the prostate.
There are many different forms of prostate cancer.