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Healthy Foods To Eat After Prostate Surgery
Hi I had prostate glad surgery. What diet should avoid. Can I consume red meat, chicken. What should I eat more to stay healthy. Thanks alot.
Eat well. ..: There is no evidence that one food causes, or prevents prostate disease, however diets high in fat and low in vegetables are probably unhealthy for the prostate (as they are for the rest of your body). A variety of food, majoring on fresh vegetables, and a range of protein sources, fish, chicken, pulses etc. Enjoy modest amounts of red meat and dairy. Plus exercise, drink water, limit alcohol. .. ...Read more
The prostate is a gland that lies at the base of the bladder and surrounding a segment of urethra. It secretes a milky fluid that is discharged by excretory ducts into the urethra during the emission of semen. It is clinically important because enlargement of the prostate with age, and prostate cancer are two common ...Read more
Regarding my reflux do I need nissen surgery, or continue using Nexium (esomeprazole) with diet & healthy foods. No chocolate, fried food, acids, alcohol, etc...
My 6 year old has consistent rank gas. He eats healthy foods and moves bowels daily. The gas has gotten worse since a dental surgery last Tuesday.?
Coincidental: Flatulence may be due to diet (consuming gaseous foods), sore teeth preventing proper chewing, food allergy or intolerance, malfunctioning GI tract, etc. Not caused by dental treatment. Please see Pediatrician or Pediatric Gastroenterologist re: Gas. Please see Dentist or Pedodontist to see if your child needs space maintainer after dental surgery. ...Read more
Yes: Yes, it is common to have bleeding after prostate surgery. The key thing to do is to drink plenty of water to prevent the blood from clotting. If you are concerned about the bleeding, please call your doctor or visit the nearest emergency room to receive further evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Here is. ..: This is something to do with surgeon's professional proficiency in performing TURP or PVP or others. Some 15 yr ago, TURP was the gold standard which has been gradually replaced by PVP. So, ask you urologist for detail. Today, I very rarely perform TURP anymore; instead, I prefer PVP with GreenLight laser; in fact, more than 90% of men after PVP can go home on the day of surgery... ...Read more
Ask the hospital: Or your insurer, it varies lots based on the hospital and your insurer. ...Read more
Discuss with surgeon: Recovery of urine control after prostate removal depends on many factors. The age of the patient, degree of urinary symptoms before surgery and experience of the surgeon (using the robot) are likely the most significant. A healthy guy operated on by an experienced robotic surgeon has 90% chance of being dry, usually taking 3-12 months. Kegels, physical therapy can be very helpful. ...Read more
Yes.: The volume of an enlarge prostate can be reduced with medications called 5-alpha-reductase inhibitors, such as Finasteride and dutasteride. It may take a quite a long time, but the size of the prostate will decrease with treatment, as will episodes of urine obstruction. Although these medications are effective, patients that fail to improve with these medications may need a procedure. ...Read more
Laser...: Surgery to improve bladder emptying has undergone a fast pace of change especially over the past 10-15 yrs, so to strive for more patient comfort and less intraoperative complication with less cost. Laser vaporization, notably with greenlight laser, called pvp has stood out among the pack of options to earn high score of time test to fulfill the expectation as described. Detail? Ask doc timely. ...Read more
Transient: It may be temporary due to intubation for airways, so please show it to your surgeon ...Read more
Here are...: After a successful radical prostatectomy rp) for prostate cancer, psa is expected to be around 0.01-0.02 ng/ml. But, no matter who did it and how was done, some one third of post-rp are still expected to have rising psa in time of f/u, which may suggest 3 things: local recurrence, or spread to nearby tissue such as regional ln, or spread to far sites such as lungs, rib, spine, or pelvic bone. ...Read more
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