Prostate growth is good, it also calls prostate cancer benigns. It's not bad, it's not cancer.
From the anatomical point of view, the lateral aspect of the prostate is rectum; Through this, a rectal examination is carried out along with the urologist of the prostate assessment. When the prostate grows, it allows the gradual compression of the urethra; This hinders the impact of urination, that is, the urination difficulty. This difficulty almost always begins with the patient, until it is damaged by the bladder and kidney failure, with the retention of urine that occurs over time, almost compressed water is almost blocked when the urine output is exhaled from the bladder.
Prostate hyperplasia or prostate growth benefits are very common in males, usually beginning after 30 or 35 years; It is very rare to have symptoms over 40 years of age.
Over 50% of 55-60 males maintain this disease, and 70 to 80% of males have some urinary symptoms, it can be dribbling and urination difficulty, etc.
Prostate growth symptoms are classified as irritative and obstructive.
Obstructive symptoms are constant urinating, incomplete failure, weak currents and forced to urinate.
Severe irritative symptoms are urinate, get up at night for urinary output and unwanted output. Other symptoms may include urine, infection, urinary retention, and kidney failure, among others.
Pronosis is generally good, because almost all patients respond to medical treatments that are intended to improve the symptoms and symptoms of deterioration of the quality of the patients' quality of life. Medications used by water rejuvenate the tranquility of the urethra and the bladder tissue, making it possible to minimize urinary tract operations and at the same time prevent complications.
The diagnosis of this disease is a detailed clinical history, physical examination, analysis, direct digital analysis, sonography, uroflowmetry and cystoscopy.
Patients must reduce the consumption of liquids before bedtime and alcohol and caffeine consumption must be moderated.
When medical treatment fails, a prostate patient must be operated when surgery is open or endoscopic. It is worth pointing out today that most of the surgeries are performed endoscopically, that is, without a scar, bipolar energy or laser energy.
If you have any questions, visit your urologist.