7. Loss of bladder control
Your bladder should be able to hold urine long enough at its normal condition. If you cannot control your bladder, then there are chances that your bladder has been affected by prostate cancer. The disease normally affects the bladder and the entire urethral area when its cells spread. It is advisable not to ignore this sign as this may be an indication of the presence of prostate cancer.
You should therefore go for diagnosis immediately in case you cannot control your bladder.