BPH is an enlargement or overgrowth of tissue from which is formed the prostate gland bearing benign. This disease belongs to one of the most common diseases occurring in men and affects their sexual sphere.
Upon detection of a suspicious signs that may indicate the presence of this disease, every man need to consult a urologist.
Symptomatic manifestations of BPH
- difficulty urinating due to the fact that the final devastation of the entire bladder, it is necessary to apply a force from the muscles that form the abdominal press;
- the process of urination is removed in time, and the trickle of flowing urine is thin and sluggish nature;
at the end of the process of urination, a stream of urine may become intermittent;
as disease progression, clinical symptoms can join: frequent need to urinate at night, frequent poses to the act of urination, and pain during ejaculation and almost constant leakage of urine.
All of the above symptoms significantly impede the normal life of the patient, but the main danger is that over time, benign adenoma can transform into a malignant tumor of this body or the surrounding tissue.
Therapy of benign prostatic hyperplasia
All methods of treatment for this condition can be divided into conservative and surgical. Conservative methods of treatment or treatment with medication, give good therapeutic effect only in the initial stages of the disease. All medicines are prescribed after an individual selection of doses. Currently, the most effective method of treatment is still surgery. There are several varieties, each of which is based on the condition of the patient, as well as localization of tumor growth and duration of the process.
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Prevention of this disease is the systematic visits to the urologist, who will be able to suspect and arrest the development process at the earliest stages.