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Were you looking for information about Enlarged Prostate Symptoms? Enlarged prostrate symptoms is a common misspelling of enlarged prostate symptoms.
 
The symptoms of an enlarged prostate will vary from person to person but will usually involve changes or problems with urination. Common symptoms may include pushing or straining to begin passing urine, a strong or sudden urge to urinate, passing urine often (especially at night), and feeling that the bladder has not fully emptied.
 
Over time, symptoms can lead to serious problems such as bladder stones, bladder or kidney damage, or urinary tract infections. If you are having urinary symptoms, be sure to consult your healthcare provider. In many cases, these symptoms indicate an enlarged prostate, but they may also be signs of other, more serious conditions that require immediate medical care.
  
(Click Enlarged Prostate Symptoms for more information about both common and severe signs of an enlarged prostate, the importance of diagnosing the condition early, and complications that can occur. You can also click on the links in the box to the right for more information.)
 
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