Early detection is your best protection

The generally accepted ways of monitoring prostate health and general condition and performance is a combination of both DRE (digital rectal examination); the medical professional inserts a finger and feels through the lower bowel the prostate, this method can identify change in shape and size, lumps and texture all of which can indicate prostate condition and health.  The other test is a PSA (prostate/specific antigen) test; this combination of tests was approved by the FDA in 1994 and is generally accepted in New Zealand to monitor prostate health.

It is important to have regular check-ups to monitor prostate health and to personally note any changes mentioned above that may indicate declining prostate health.