15 Early Warning Signs and Symptoms of Prostate Cancer!

9) Terminal dribble

When your bladder is full, and you’re trying to urinate, the urinary flow is a continuous stream, but then you’re almost done and need to push a bit to eliminate a bit more. This is normal, but in prostate cancer and severe cases of benign prostatic hyperplasia, patients start dribbling urine when they are almost done emptying their bladder. Instead of a continuous urinary flow, they will eliminate constant drops at the end. This is known as a terminal dribble. If you experience terminal dribble at a steady rate, this may indicate that you have an enlarged prostate.