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Medicine For Bph
Alpha blockers: The initial treatment typically is a class of drugs known as Alpha blockers. ...Read more
BPH is abbrev of benign prostate hyperplasia, which is a general, confusing, clinical term for men's trouble to void although it is a pathological term to describe microscopic increase in number & size of glandular cells in the prostate, starting as early as age 30. For better use, LUTS is proposed to replace BPH. More? Go to ...Read more
Of course.: All medications and supplements, prescription may cause side effects in some people. Not everyone has every possible side effect. Some people have none. That is why there is no one safe pill for everyone. See a complete list of the side effects possible, here: https://www. Drugs. Com/sfx/alfuzosin-side-effects. Html ...Read more
With BPH medicine during simulation no ejaculation and pain in shaft and groin. Is that common or I should stop sexual actibity.?
Urologist can check: A primary care doctor or a urologist can check to see why there is pain in the shaft of the penis, and also look into the groin pain and the lack of ejaculation. An alpha-blocker such as Flomax (tamsulosin) can cause retrograde ejaculation (goes into the bladder). Pain in the shaft sounds like it needs to be taken care of, so a urologist should take a look. ...Read more
Not for BPH: Neostigmine is often used to treat neuromuscular disease such as myasthenia gravis--and has many side effects. It is not for bph. There hasn't been new drug lately for bph, last one was rapaflo (silodosin) (approved 2008) and combo of older meds (jalyn-2010), and Cialis (2012) as an adjunct treatment for bph. I certainly hope you don't have BPH at age 21. Consult doc if you have concern/problem. Good luck. ...Read more
Had good tump jan1-14 for bph. Taking no drugs. Now ENT has me on 0.25 mg Xanax (alprazolam) 3 x day for unrelated issue. Can this have any neg. Impact on the tumt?
Can taking drugs for peripheral neuroptahy, bph, edema, hypertenison cause tenderness in male breast of 69 year old man.
Yes they can.: Many medications, especially the drugs for bph, can have some affects on the male hormone levels. Breast tenderness and even some breast growth is not uncommon in men taking drugs for bph, especially the 5-ari medications. While not particularly dangerous, please monitor this closely with your physician. ...Read more
Androgen receptors: Benign prostate hyperplasia is a benign enlargement of prostate gland, possibly due to increased stimulation of gland receptors by active metabolites of androgens. Treatments are available to block theses receptors. ...Read more
Blocking DHT: Two medications (avodart (dutasteride) and proscar) block an enzyme called 5 Alpha reductase. These medications block the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone which is more potent. These medication lead to an approximate 20% reduction in prostate size as well as stop further prostate growth. You physician cna hlep determine if one of these medications is appropriate for you. ...Read more
None that have been scientifically proven
most of the herbs are marketed with anecdotal evidence, at best
even saw palmetto, which is commonly used for BPH was shown in a very large randomized, placebo-controlled study to be no better than placebo
(but remember that placebo works ~30% in most studies). ...Read more
LUTS: Common symptoms of BPH or bothersome urinary symptoms caused by enlarged prostate include weak stream, difficulty starting stream, hesitency, urinary frequency/urgency, nocturia. I would see your medical doctor/urologist. He/she will likely perform an examination of your prostate and may consider starting medication to treat your bothersome urinary symptoms. ...Read more
Medications first: There are two classes of medications to use. One improves the flow of urine by relaxing the muscles of the neck of the bladder around the prostate such as folmax and others. The other class works to reduce the size of the prostate by blocking the effect of male hormones on it. Proscar (finasteride) or Finasteride is a prototype. ...Read more
Here are some. ..: There has been no known ways to reduce the risk of BPH, which is speculated as the result of subtle but unclearly defined sex hormonal imbalance along the course of aging. So, just be proactive to seek pro-evaluation for taking longer time and standing closer to toilet bowl to pee timely, don't wait until the last minutes when one cannot pee at all. ...Read more
BPH at Young age: It would be very unlikely to have BPH (benign prostatic hypertrophy) at a "young" age, unless you consider 45 years old as "young". ;) most BPH does not become symptomatic until 45 or 50 years of age, typically with frequent urination and getting up at night to urinatte. If these symptoms are happening at a young age we tend to think of urethral stricture disease rather than bph.. ...Read more
Here is...: BPH is abbrev of benign prostate hyperplasia, which is a general, confusing, clinical term for men's trouble to void although it is a pathological term to describe microscopic increase in number & size of glandular cells in the prostate, starting as early as age 30. For better use, LUTS is proposed to replace BPH. More? Go to http://formefirst. Com/TroublingVoiding-Men. Html. Best... ...Read more
Not likely: While some young men may have lower urinary tract voiding symtpoms, they are not likely due to an enlarged prostate as the prostate has not started to enlarge at such a young age. Some young men have a bladder neck problem that looks like BPH and may repsond to some of the same treatments. Your urologist would be able to to the evaluation and recommend appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Enlarged prostate: It means the gland at the bottom of the bladder is enlarged. It constricts the urethra some causing the flow of urine to be slow in may be interrupted. If it gets worse a person may not be able to urinate leading to kidney obstruction. It is treated by medicines. When severe, surgery is helpful. ...Read more
the term BPH can cover a lot of issues in regards to the prostate. At your age I would assume first that this is a prostate infection and not a permanent condition.
I would ask about your recent sexual activity; about your symptoms, other medications you are taking and how your bowels are moving.
But, please do not ignore this or wait for it to get better on it's own. ...Read more
Probably...: It's very rare and unlikely for a man at 32 to suffer from bph-related voiding symptoms. Instead, your first possibility would be std-related prostatitis or urethritis, and the second one is poor relaxation and opening of the immediate opening of bladder (bladder neck). So, see urologist for detail and treat your voiding sx accordingly. Of course, with no detailed hx + physicals, it's hard to... ...Read more
"Simple" Prostatect.: To stop BPH permanently, the entire prostate does not actually need to be removed. Removeal of just the inner portion of the prostate, known as the adenoma, is a permanent cure. This operation, known as "suprapubic" or "simple" "prostatectomy, " which is quite different than "radical prostatectomy, " unlike the cancer operation, this does not have a high risk of ed or incontinence. ...Read more
BPH natural remedies: There are many herbs and natural remedies that may help improve symptoms of bph. Most are based in the saw palmetto. Pumpkin seeds, corn silkian, soy, tomatoes, watermelon seeds, stinging nettle (in europe) http://tlc. Howstuffworks. Com/family/home-remedies-for-prostate-problems. Htm. ...Read more
Hormones: Prostate enlargement is a normal process of aging in men. It is under the control of hormones (testosterone, dht) and genetics. The degree of enlargement is variable from person to person and the symptoms it produces is highly variable from person to person, even if they have the same size prostate gland. ...Read more
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