Enlarged prostate glands symptom and treatment

As the prostate glands play an important role in sex and urination, many people are hesitant to talk or discuss this matter. It is to realize that prostate enlargement is a sign or common part of ageing as gray hair. With the rise in life expectancy across the world; the cases of enlarged gland has also raised.

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First, it is important to know that; prostate gland forms the part of male’s reproductive system. This prostate surround the urethra, the canal through which urine passes out of the body. The scientists are however not aware of the function of prostrate but the main function extensively known is to squeeze fluid into the urethra as sperm move during sexual climax.

As a man ages; it is commonly found that the prostate glands enlarge. This condition is called as benign prostatic hyperplasia. The prostate continues to grow during most of man’s life. It does not cause any problem until the late in life. Generally, the symptoms are encountered after the 40’s; more than half of the men encounter it in their sixties and 90% in their seventies and eighties. It mainly goes through two stages.

First stage occurs around age 25 when the gland begins to grow again. The second phase occurs years later. The enlargement of the prostate glands leads to narrowing and partial emptying of the bladder causing many problems. However, the cause of occurrence of prostate enlargement is not exactly known.

Some of the common symptoms of enlarged prostate glands are:
It leads to obstruction of the urethra and the gradual loss of bladder function, leading to incomplete emptying of the bladder. The symptoms of the enlarge prostate may vary but mostly it leads to problem with urination such as urgency or leaking, more frequent urination at night especially, an interrupted and hesitant stream.
The enlargement of prostate glands may also cause a severeproblem.

If you encounter the symptoms then it is suggested to concern the doctor as it may further lead to some kind of infection in your bladder or the worst thing, it can cause damage of the kidneys as well. To reduce the complications, the enlarged prostate in case diagnosed at its early stage, the required treatment should be taken.

The man with the symptoms of enlarged prostate gland usually needs some kind of treatment some time. According to some researchers, the early treatment of mildly grown prostate gland is not recommendable as most of the time, it gets recovered but the perfect option is to go for regular checkups so that if any complications are involved immediate treatment can be given.

If the enlargement of the prostate gland is causing inconvenience to patient’s health then immediate treatment is recommendable. Usually the need for the treatment is not urgent in nature, the doctor’s advice to go with the treatment if the prostate gland enlargement is bothersome or may leading to health risk. Several treatments are available to know more about the treatments you may go to the doctor or can read some material online.

So do not be reluctant to share if you are facing problems due to enlarge prostate gland and get the treatment from the doctor as soon as possible

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