How to treat prostate enlargement

  Prostatic hyperplasia (or prostatic hypertrophy) is a slowly progressive benign disease of the prostate gland whose symptoms progressively worsen as patients age and develop corresponding complications. The frequency of urination and difficulty in urination leads to reduced quality of life, affects sleep and is even more unbearable in acute urinary retention, while long-term urinary retention can lead to damage to kidney function and eventually lead to uremia.  Many people take it for granted that older people have difficulty urinating and don’t care until they experience serious damage to their kidney function, swelling, nausea, vomiting and other symptoms, which seriously delays the condition.      So what are the prostate enlargement treatment methods?  The actual fact is that you can find a lot of people who are not able to get a good deal on a lot of things. Alcohol and coffee have diuretic and stimulant effects and can cause symptoms such as increased urination, frequency and urgency, so the intake of alcoholic and caffeinated beverages should be appropriately limited.  Medication Take medication under the guidance of your doctor. There are many drugs that can improve the symptoms of prostate hyperplasia, such as alpha-blockers like tamsulosin, doxazosin, and napalmedil; there is also a class of drugs that may reduce the size of the prostate and improve urinary difficulties in some patients when taken for a long time, such as finasteride. In addition, some Chinese medicines are also effective in relieving symptoms.  The actual fact is that you can find a lot of people who are not able to get a good deal on their own. There are many people who have a fear of surgery, in fact, most of the surgery for prostate hyperplasia is now minimally invasive, no incision, no incision, combined with good anesthesia and post-operative analgesia techniques patients can easily complete the surgery and recover successfully. The gold standard is the transurethral resection of the prostate. The procedure has been performed worldwide for many years and is recognized as a reliable, less invasive and quicker recovery procedure, which is a once-and-for-all treatment for many patients. The procedure was pioneered in the northwest in the 1980s and has accumulated a wealth of experience in treating a large number of patients with prostate enlargement who have been suffering from the disease for many years.

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