Can BPH or enlarged prostate lead to ED in future?

No. BPH and prostatic enlargement, do not effect sexual function in healthy men. They are independent problems often occurring in middleaged men having independent causes and usually treated independently.
Here are some ... ED and BPH/enlarged prostate are the things more commonly happening to the elderly. Besides their connection, many other illnesses also contribute to ED. Remember: All life events are always a result from multiple factors; life is a one-way street of accumulation, modification, and continuation of daily living for survival, growth, and continuation. With these in mind, one can easily figure out...

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Any good home remedy for BPH or enlarged prostate?

No. BPH is benign swelling of the prostate gland as a man ages. It is under hormonal control and will continue to enlarge over time. If urinary symptoms arise, then treatment options inlcude observtaion, medical therapy, or surgery. There are no home remedies once can take to stop or prevent the enlargement. See your urologist if symptoms persist or bothersome. Read more...

Can BPH or enlarged prostate cause prostate cancer in the future?

No. BPH is not precancerous, however the two conditions can be present together and having one does not exclude the other. Read more...
Not actually cause. But these 2 keep company. Big prostates casuse bladder outlet symptoms (frequency, urgency, sleep interrupting need to pee), and this brings men in for checks, include psa. Depending on psa level and rate of change, biopsies are done. Perhaps many can be watched, but obstructive symptms need treatment. Finasteride can be used as a prosca preventitive and shrink prostate over time. Read more...

Is it possible for medication for BPH and enlarged prostate to cause a decrease in sexual interest and reduce erections?

BPH med side effects. The class of medications known as 5'-alpha reductase inhibitors used to treat BPH can cause decreased libido and ejaculatory and/or erectile dysfunction. Read more...
Yes. Decreased sexual interest and reduced erections are side effects of both alpha blockers(such as flomax)and 5 alpha-reductase inhibitors(such as proscar). Read more...

I thought I had bph/similar, went to the doctor, tests were neg. (no enlarged prostate, a dip test also neg.), what else can it be?

frequent urination. BPH would be unusual in your age group. Bladder irritants, such as caffeine, spicy foods, and alcohol, can cause symptoms of urgency and frequent urination. I would recommend eliminating these from your diet. A further evaluation may include a bladder diary. Read more...
bph. BPH is not very likely at 34 yrs of age. Depending on your symptoms, prostatitis is much more likely at your age. See a urologist. Read more...

My creatine is 7 & grf is 10. The problem due only to blockage from an enlarged prostate (bph). Is dialysis needed now or are there alternatives?

Interesting... How do you know your renal impairment is due to enlarged prostate? That is actually a fairly rare occurrence, contrary to what was once thought in the past. The first step would be to completely drain your bladder (with a catheter), and see if the renal function improves. You should probably consult with a urologist and a nephrologist, or dialysis may be in your future. Read more...
Have urology. Do something about prostate if your in shape for same- those numbers are not good1 probably a candidate for dialysis. What does nephrologist say?- don't wait on this! Read more...

Was on flomax (tamsulosin) for bph. Is a mix of saw palmetto. 320mg and bets-sitosterol 100mg, pumpkin seed, corn silk, pygeum a good mix for enlarged prostate?

See below. There is conflicting and contradictory research about the benefits of supplements for prostate symptoms. Saw palmetto most studied. Despite much anecdotal evidence suggesting benefit(s) from the supplements you mention, high quality and more reliable research seem to indicate that these supplements have little or no benefit for reducing bph-related symptoms. Very high placebo response. Read more...