Men Suffering From Prostate Problems - Get The Facts From New Web Site

Rugby, Warwickshire United Kingdom (PressExposure) April 18, 2007 -- After suffering from a variety of prostate issues for over 40 years Maurice Clarke a UK based retiree has launched [] a non profit making site packed full of information and resources about prostate disorders and diseases.

Maurice sums up his quest easily "most men who suffer from this distressing condition keep it to themselves and leave visiting the doctor for years, until things get worse, or serious suffering unnecessarily in the meantime and putting their lives at risk."

Prostate problems can strike men in their 20's, although those over 50 are at an increasing risk, in fact the older you live the more likely you are to suffer some form of prostate problem.

Whilst Prostate Cancer is a major killer of men especially in the US and US, and remains the biggest FEAR in peoples minds the truth is the risk is minor compared with various other non fatal prostate conditions such as BPH and Prostatitis.

Due to man's reluctance to admit to his problems the web site attracts a large number of woman such as wives, partners, daughters, sisters and a mirade of other friends and relatives anxious to get information and look at options.

Maurice summarizes "we try to be unbiased and not recommend any specific treatment, it's vital the sufferer early on seeks medical advice and get referred to a Urologist for better diagnosis and treatment.


besides its web site also publishes a free email newsletter "Prostate News" with articles, sufferers experiences and the like and is always on the look out for more true life stories and treatments.

About Prostate Health Org UK

Maurice S Clarke

Prostate Health Org UK

3 St George's Avenue



CV22 5PN


Free, Unbiased advice from the Prostate Health Org UK a non profit making information site for men suffering from all types of prostate disorders.

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Press Release Submitted On: April 17, 2007 at 10:40 pm
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