Prostate is a problem, especially among men in their prime. More precisely, this is the second phase of prostate growth.
STAGES OF PROSTATE GROWT
First stage of growth
The first phase of growth occurs during puberty. In fact, it is only at this time that the prostate understands its true meaning. Because the main task of the prostate is the production of secretions, milky fluid. Sperm swim in it. Their mobility would not be possible without the milky liquid. In particular, the mass of the glands that produce fluid increases. This allows the adolescent to reach sexual maturity.
Second phase of growth
The second phase of growth (enlargement of the prostate) begins at the twenty-fifth year of life. This in itself is not a problem. Prostate growth is thought to be part of the aging process. The reason for the growth has not yet been scientifically studied to the last detail. The most obvious and at the same time the most common theory is that the hormonal balance in men changes. This happens around the age of forty. There is more and more talk about “menopause” in men. On this topic, it can be said, that medical professionals today know a lot about changes in hormonal balance in women. In a comparative perspective, the knowledge about the hormonal balance in the stronger sex is almost insignificant. Scientists suspect a combination of different causes for an enlarged prostate. It is very likely that one of these reasons is hormonal change.
The fact is that prostate enlargement can, but should not, lead to problems. Urologists suggest that many men have an enlarged prostate but do not suffer from symptoms. However, it is estimated that at least a third of men suffer from enlarged prostate symptoms.
Typical symptoms due to an enlarged prostate include:
- FREQUENT URINATION
- CALLS TO URINATE
- MORE FREQUENT URINATION AT NIGHT
- COMPARATELY WEAK FLOW OF URINE
- DELAYED URINATION
- URINARY STUTTERING OR EVEN DROPS
- INCOMPLETE BLADDER EMPTING (SHORT TIME LATER, NOT CAUSED BY EXCESSIVE LIQUID
intake, there is A RENEWED DESIRE TO URINATE)
- NO SENSE OF BLADDER EMPTING
If you suffer from any of these symptoms, it is recommended that you talk to your family doctor or urologist
TREATMENT OF PROSTATE PROBLEMS
The annual preventive medical examination is the most basic. Only in this way can the changes be recognized at an early stage and treated if necessary. As malignant changes in the prostate are the second in diagnosis in men after lung cancer, testing should be a mandatory program from the age of 45, especially since in most cases it is benign and somewhat natural prostate enlargement.
There are basically three methods of treatment
- 1 Regular control of prostate size
- 2 Medicines
- 3 Surgery
A urologist should be consulted, especially if there are already symptoms of an enlarged prostate. Through targeted inquiries and examinations, the causes of complaints can be specified and reasonable therapy can be recommended.
PREVENT PROSTATE DISCOMFORT
The best prevention is regular check-ups. The saying “danger recognized, danger prevented” applies. No additional precautions have been scientifically proven. However, it makes sense to lead a healthy lifestyle. In addition to avoiding stress, excessive alcohol consumption and smoking, you need enough sleep. A balanced diet is also important. Studies on the prostate and zinc give initial indications of a positive effect of zinc.
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