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Male: But here is what’s more important, the size! So, of these tell me the size of prostate? Male: Oh man! I definitely don’t think it’s the left one. I’d go with the smaller one. Male: Well, let’s see your ring finger. I'm just kidding. So your prostate is supposed to be a size of a walnut. So a little bit bigger than this. This is a normal size prostate. Why this is so important is, men as you age particularly as you get to pass the age of 60 and beyond, most men will at some point develop an enlarged prostate. What that does is where it sits is right where the urine comes out of your bladder and it will compress on that, so it causes difficulty in urinating, minimal complaint of dribbling when they're urinating, frequency of urinating and if its enlarged it can also be a sign of infection. Dr. Lisa: In this instance figure is better. Male: And there’s a reason for that as Travis touched on that half of men over 60 will be found to have an enlarged prostate. Other important point is prostate cancer is second leading cause of cancer does amongst men. It’s so important to check it. All men over the age of 50 two things you want to evaluate – the size with the recto-digital exam and your PSA levels, which are done with a blood test. Male: And there are controversies around PSA exam, but the digital-rectal exam your doctor will actually go feel your prostate through your rectum which is obviously not everyone’s favorite thing to do in the world. But your doctor can detect abnormalities because the same size and symptoms of an enlarged prostate difficult in urinating can be a sign of prostate cancer and if you don’t get it checked your doctor can feel if it’s that big because we’re be able to feel that rounded area and if it’s a walnut size it’s much more subtle. And it’s actually, you know this silly medical knowledge but it actually feels like your nose – the consistency of your prostate.