The type of cancer determines the stage. A stage III tumor has spread to the seminal vesicles, which produce semen. This tumor could have also spread to the bladder or rectum. The PSA level is high and the tumor has grown and spread to the seminal vesicle. The prostate is affected and has been affected by cancer. You must immediately get a diagnosis for stage IIIa cancer of the prostate.
Depending on the stage of cancer, the doctor will decide on the treatment. Stage IIA is when the tumor size is not significant but it can still be felt. Stage IIB shows cancer that has spread to both the bladder and the prostate. The PSA level is high and the tumor is poorly differentiated. The stage IIIA tumor can be diagnosed by a biopsy. This will tell you if cancer has metastasized. It could also indicate that it has spread beyond the prostate.
A radical prostatectomy is the most common treatment for prostate cancer. The tumor and surrounding tissues are removed during this surgery. It is possible to undergo surgery without any symptoms, but it is usually recommended that you undergo surgery to remove the prostate. Radiotherapy can be used by a doctor to manage the condition. For men who have symptoms, surgery is the only option for treatment. However, they are unlikely to notice any difference in their quality of living.