Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Your Prostate Problem - The What, The How, The Where Of Your Prostate Problem, And Your Options #MedicalHealthWorldwide





Your Prostate Problem - The What, The How, The Where Of Your Prostate Problem, And Your Options #MedicalHealthWorldwide


BPH, Prostatitis, Prosate Cancer, Enlarged Prostate, they're all terms that get bandied about by men over 50 and an unlucky bunch below 50 as well.

Before you can be offered help about an issue, namely you take 15 minutes just to go to the toilet, you should really understand what is the cause of your prostate problem.

The what, the how, and where of why your partner is threatening you with wearing nappies at the age of 53 is an important issue!

The what of your prostate problem is that its function is to produce most of the fluids in semen, as well as the fluid that transports the sperm. Within the prostate are tiny ducts that transport this fluid to the urethra.

The how of your prostate problem is so simple and yet so complex. It slowly enlarges as you age, and sometimes causes pressure on the outflow tube, resulting in a slower stream, and often an urgent need to go to go to the toilet more often, annoying!! Especially multiple times during the night. This condition is known as benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH). Occasionally men develop cancer of the prostate, which causes similar symptoms, but this nowhere as common as BPH, and the one does not necessarily lead on to the other.

The where of your problem prostate is directly below your bladder and surrounding your uretha, the tube that you urinate out of. Imagine a wine glass with your bladder as the main part and your uretha as the stem.

Possible symptoms of a prostate problem are;
- Burning sensation when urinating
- Nocturia (interrupted sleep due to the constant need to urinate at night)
- Weak urine flow
- The inability to empty the bladder completely
- Pain, hesitancy or urgency to urinate
- Blood in the urine
- Lower back pain
- Feeling uncomfortable when sitting
- Discomfort in the testicles groin or penis
- Pain when ejaculating or during sex
- Itchy feeling in penis
- Difficulties getting an erection or impotence
- A decrease in sexual desire

If you have any of those prostate problems (above), then you will end up using these (below);

Possible solutions to cure your prostate problem that will be discussed in other articles are;
- Taking a drug to shrink the prostate.
- Taking a drug to relax the muscles at the neck of the bladder.
- Having a surgeon cut away part of your prostate, accessing it via the uretha, or just diving straight in.
- Taking vitamin, mineral and herbal supplements to shrink the prostate or increase flow.
- Heat therapies - delivered through the urethra and using a local anaesthetic.
- Start a moderate exercise programme.
- Change the sort of foods and liquids you eat and and drink.

There are hugely varying results you will get from these treatments, some with horrendous side-affects, others with none. Some painless, others will put you in bed for 2 weeks. The choice is up to you.



Source: Daniel Luke Tolmie : Eliminating the symptoms of your enlarged prostate without surgery, drugs or side effects at http://www.betterprostateforlife.com

15 comments:

  1. I'm in the medical field and I encounter a lot of men who have prostate issues. If anyone reading this has some of the symptoms, make sure you get checked by your doctor. For screening, they say someone with an average risk should get a prostate exam and PSA blood level (to check for prostate cancer) checked by the age of 50. You may need to get it checked earlier based on your doctor's recommendation.

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  2. Knowing where the problem is will lead to better prevention.. Good article to share out!

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  4. I don't know a lot about the health issues you can have with your prostate, so it's good to know more about it. I'm sure it will be a huge help for the boys in the family!

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  5. This is really a very helpful share from you.Knowing the problem will definitely help you to cure it.Nice article.

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  6. Worst of it all is of course prostrate cancer!!! Its better to be aware of rge symptoms so can cure before it gets worse.

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  7. All men above 40 should have their rectal digital exam yearly to monitor their prostate whether with symptoms or not. Family history of prostate problems can predispose you too.

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  8. Many of these symptoms are similar to a women's unitary tract infection! I didn't know men can suffer similar problems as women too!

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  9. It would be good to detect a prostate problem early. This symptoms can really help you on that aspect.

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  10. A lot of men have been suffering prostate problems. It is advisable that regular check-ups should be done to avoid worsening of such conditions.

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  11. Being an ex nurse, I agree with Claire that regular check-ups should be done. This is very informational and it's good to know the symptoms and have it checked out as soon as possible.

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  12. I know that any kind of cancer is terrifying
    Its good to read this symptoms so we can share it to our male friends and family members

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  13. I have been hearing about prostate problem lately and I didn't know that is really one of the major health issues mostly 50s experience. What could be its common reason if you dont mind me asking?

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  14. Thanks for the information sharing coz I don't really know much about this type of cancer disease. Its scary thou.

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  15. Great post to share .. knowing the problem because prevention is always better than cure.
    Just subscibe your blog Thanks

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