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The prostate is a sex gland. It lies below the bladder, near the beginning of the urethra, and is about the size and shape of a chestnut. It consists of several glands that produce a secretion that is discharged during ejaculation into the urethra, where it is mixed with the sperm.
Thus, it plays an important role in reproduction. Unfortunately, the prostate is also associated with a number of diseases, some of which can be serious or even fatal. As a result, every man should undergo an annual examination of the prostate after the age of 45.