About The Prostate...

What is the prostate?

The prostate is a walnut sized gland which lies beneath the bladder. The prostate surrounds the urethra (water-pipe) and its main function is to help…

Prostate Issues…

The three main diseases associated with the prostate are: 1) Prostate cancer (the most common cancer diagnosed in men in Wales) This is where the…

Who Is At Risk?

In the UK, about 1 in 8 men will get prostate cancer at some point in their lives. Factors which may increase your chances of…

Symptoms to look out for…

Any of these symptoms could indicate an issue with your prostate. If you experience these symptoms go to your GP who will evaluate you further….

Diagnosis…

If you are concerned about your prostate health or have noticed any of the symptoms in the previous section you should get an appointment with…

What is a PSA test?

Prostate specific antigen is a protein produced only by the prostate gland. It leaks into the bloodstream and can be measured via a blood test…

Prostate Cancer Treatment Options…

The treatment of prostate cancer will depend on several factors including your age, general fitness and the stage of your cancer (whether it is advanced…

Living With Prostate Cancer…

250,000 men are living with prostate cancer in the UK. Being diagnosed with prostate cancer can affect your everyday life, work and relationships. You may…

Just Been Diagnosed?…

Recently diagnosed with prostate cancer? Men respond in all kinds of ways to being diagnosed with prostate cancer. Here are a few ways to cope…

Best defense, know the facts

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men in Wales and over 550 welsh men will die from this disease every year. Your risk…

Wellness Talks…

Wellness programs are linked to greater productivity, less absenteeism, and a reduction of long-term health care costs. Are you doing enough to ensure the health…

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Volunteer Become a volunteer at one of our events or join the Prostate Cymru awareness team, educating the nation on prostate health.   Participate From…

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