Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among men in the UK.
It concerns a small gland located in the male pelvis responsible for the formation of a thick white fluid mixed with sperm.
Prostate cancer symptoms usually do not occur in the early stages and can be difficult to detect.
Delivering more urine than normal may be a warning sign of the deadly disease, warned the charity Prostate Cancer UK
About two hours after you've emptied your bladder, it could be a sign of prostate cancer, it said.
But a single incident should not be something to worry about. The warning only applies if you often have to use the toilet after a few hours.
"If you notice any changes in urination or in the control of your bladder [urinary problems]this could be a sign of a problem your prostate," said Prostate Cancer UK.
"Urinary tract problems are common in older men and are not always a sign of a prostate problem.
" They can be caused by a urinary infection or other health problem, such as diabetes, or by some medications.
"Changes to watch out for are more likely to urinate than usual, including at night ̵
" As with many things in life, everyone is different. Most people urinate four to seven times a day, depending on how much they drink. "
During the night, most people can sleep between six and eight hours without having to use the toilet.
That could of course happen, depending on how much you drink before you go to sleep.  People usually need to urinate more often as they get older, and it's common for older men to get up early in the morning to urinate.
The average bladder should be able to hold up to three-quarters of a pint – About 430 ml.
Other prostate cancer symptoms include attempting to urinate or have a weak flow.
Suddenly, developing the urge to pass urine may also be a warning sign of the condition.
Sie you should have enough time to find a toilet and completely empty your bladder every time you use the toilet
If the bladder is working properly, you should not Drain urine.
If you notice changes to your toilet routine or if you are worried about the signs or symptoms of the prostate cancer, talk to a family doctor.