9. Difficulty urinating.
Oftentimes you may feel the urge to urinate, and this is normal; however, after going to the bathroom you may end up stopping midstream which could be a sign of prostate cancer. To compensate for this your body will make you go more frequently. Another sign of prostate cancer that many people can experience is difficulty stopping the stream of urine when they’ve finished. This can take the form of extended dribbling, or in other cases people can experience a feeling that they still have to go even after they’ve finished. The reason that these difficulties can be felt is that the urethra is put under pressure from an enlarged prostate gland which can either occur with age, or with prostate cancer.