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What are the symptoms of prostate enlargement ?

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Dr. Paul Turek
Urology
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In brief: Urination issues

About 50% of men will show symptoms of prostatic enlargement by age 50 and the vast majority by age 80.
Symptoms are typically related to urination and can be obstructive or irritative. Obstructive: slower stream, weak stream, double voiding, stutterins stream. Irritative: frequency more than every 3-4 hours, urgency, short warning signal, getting up at night to urinate.

In brief: Urination issues

About 50% of men will show symptoms of prostatic enlargement by age 50 and the vast majority by age 80.
Symptoms are typically related to urination and can be obstructive or irritative. Obstructive: slower stream, weak stream, double voiding, stutterins stream. Irritative: frequency more than every 3-4 hours, urgency, short warning signal, getting up at night to urinate.
Dr. Paul Turek
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