The U.S. National Library of Medicine says more than half of men with an enlarged prostate don't have any symptoms. But if symptoms are present, they may include:
- Urination that starts slowly and continues in a weak stream.
- Urination that becomes difficult, if not nearly impossible.
- The need to urinate suddenly, urgently and frequently -- at least twice nightly.
- Feeling like your bladder has not been completely emptied.
- The inability to control the flow of urine, or dribbling after urinating.
- Pain or bleeding during urination.