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Enlarged Prostate (cont.)

Enlarged Prostate Symptoms

Many men with an enlarged prostate have no symptoms. If symptoms are present, they commonly include the following:

  • a weak stream of urine;


  • difficulty starting urination;


  • dribbling of urine, especially after urinating;


  • a sense of not fully emptying the bladder;


  • leaking of urine;


  • more frequent urination and a strong and sudden desire to urinate, especially at night; and


  • blood in the urine.
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