Thursday, August 29, 2013

Prostate Problems

For American men, about 300,000 new cases are diagnosed each year, and some 35,000 men die of this affliction annually.
What is the difficulty?
The prostate is a chestnut-shaped gland and instrument that sits right below the bladder and is wrapped around the urethra. Other than closing the urethra during erection, the prostate has nothing to do with a man’s urinary process.

The prostate is needed for ejaculation, as the ejaculate passes through the same urethra as the urine does. The prostate gland’s fundamental job is to add particular liquid to the sperm before it exits the penis during ejaculation. This is why the prostate sits below the bladder, and also why prostate problems interfere with a man’s faculties to make water and to have sex.

The prostate is unnatural three ways:

1. infection
2. enlargement
3. cancer

What are the problem’s symptoms?
For infection (called prostitis) there is a big distribute of suffering, fever, and uninary problems. There are medicines and habitual therapies, however following the dietary rules below are very advantageous for prostitis.

Englargement (known as BHP or benignant prostatic hypertrophy) is a non-cancerous enlarement of the prostate. The symptoms are hesitancy in urinating, dribbling of urine before and after urinating, recurrent urination, straining to start the branch, urgency of urination, and getting up several times at evensong to make water.

Cancer of the prostate symptoms are quite the same as BHP and many men are quite heedless they have cancer of the prostate, as there are often no symptoms at all. A PSA investigation done every 6 months is now a requirement for every man over 45.

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