Can anal sex cause prostate cancer to spread?

No. Prostate cancer develops and spreads due to the accumulation of genetic changes at the dna and molecular level. Prostate manupulation by biopsies, exams, massage, and anal sex will not promote local spread or metastases.

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Anal pain, do I have prostate cancer?

Hmmmm... Anal pain is not a typical symptom of prostate cancer nowadays. If you are concerned about prostate cancer, you should see your primary care physician or urologist, and consider getting a digital rectal exam and a psa blood test. Read more...

Can it be that a male teenager get prostate cancer from doing anal masterbation a couple of times?

No. The prostate is in a separate body compartment that has no direct connection to the anus. It is also not directly affected by things that go on in the anus. Read more...

I have psa 6.5 also sharp to severe anal pain not due back to hospital for a month, is this a sign of prostate cancer. Age 50?

Possibly. Call your urologist or consult one if U don't have one. U probably need to repeat PSA to confirm, because can be elevated following a rectal examination or with prostatitis. Might need prostate biopsies if still elevated. Read more...

Pain in penis/pubic area. Slight burning in anus. Pain when ejaculate/urinate. Tightness in lower back/upper thighs. 21, active. Prostate cancer?

Young. Unlikely to be prostate cancer at your age, higher likelihood is prostatitis or urethritis. Recommend you make appt to be evaluated in person and have appropriate tests for potential infections performed. Read more...

In researching cinnamon, I read one article warning it boosts sex hormone and contains beta-sitosterol, and both can cause prostate cancer. True?

Possibly, yes and NO. There is no clear research showing cinnamon raises testosterone in humans; it might do so indirectly by lowering blood sugar as high sugar reduces testosterone. But high testosterone does not cause prostate cancer!- see http://jnci.oxfordjournals.org/content/100/3/170 It does have Beta-sitosterol but research suggests that Beta-sitosterol reduces risk of prostate cancer: http://bit.ly/1nDr8zb . Read more...
No. No matter what foods or extracts enhance hormone activity, non are associated with the initiation of Cancer. They can stimulate cancer to some degree if malignancy is present. Most indications prostate Ca is of viral origin from MMTV which is associated with breast Ca and where men from such families have a higher incidence of prostate cancer. Read more...