About prostate gland and bladder prostate problem:
The prostate gland is a gland found in man only. It is a walnut-sized gland that forms a major part of the male reproductive system. It sits below the neck of the bladder and surrounds the urethra. The prostate makes a milky fluid that forms a part of semen; it feeds and protects the sperms. Many men experience many urinary changes as they start aging, these changes may be caused by the inflammation or the enlargement of the prostate gland. The enlargement of the prostate, however, does not always cause urinary problems. The troublesome urinary problem is rarely a symptom of prostate cancer. The prostate gets bigger gradually after the age of about 50. By the age of 90, about 9 in 10 men have an enlarged prostate gland.