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 Is it Possible to Prevent BPH?   

BPH causes a larger-than-normal prostate in men. By the time they reach their 80s, 9 out of 10 men will have it. Even with such odds, you might wonder if there is anything I can do to prevent it.

No, is the quick response. The prostate gland will continue to expand in most men, which may result in benign prostatic hyperplasia, as it is formally known.

However, knowing when to visit your doctor, what makes you more likely to acquire it, and how to manage the symptoms is still beneficial.

When Do I Need to See a Doctor?

This gland, which is located directly below the bladder, is known for its rapid growth. Problems with peeing, on the other hand, aren't. Even if you don't believe it's a huge concern, it's worth getting checked out if you're experiencing any of the following BPH symptoms:

  1. When you've finished peeing, start dribbling
  2. Starting the stream can be difficult.
  3. Having to pee frequently (eight or more times per day)
  4. Having to get up multiple times during the night to pee
  5. If you have a weak urine stream or if you pee in the toilet, it will come and go.
  6. Some issues with urine flow are more problematic than others. 
  7. If you experience any of the following symptoms, see your doctor or go to the emergency
  8. unable to pee at all.
  9. You're having a lot of pain or discomfort in your lower abdominal.

Have you ever had blood in your pee?

You have a constant desire to pee, it hurts to pee, and you have a temperature and chills. department very away:

Who is More Prone to BPH?

Based on the following factors, you may have a higher risk of developing an enlarged prostate:


BPH becomes more common as you become older, and it rarely affects males under the age of 40.

History of the family        

If your father or brothers have the disease, you're more likely to have it as well.


This is more common in black and white males than in Asian guys. Symptoms in black males may appear at an earlier age.

Some medical disorders can potentially increase your chances of developing BPH, such as:

  1. Diabetes, heart disease, and blood flow issues
  2. Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a condition that affects men


You may be more prone to develop BPH if you take beta-blockers, a type of drug used to treat problems like high blood pressure and migraines

Is it possible to improve your health by altering your lifestyle?

Although lifestyle adjustments will not prevent BPH, they may still be beneficial to your prostate. To begin, exercise and a heart-healthy diet can help you maintain a healthy weight, which is beneficial to your prostate. Exercise can also aid in the regular emptying of your bladder.

To ease symptoms, it may be beneficial to:

  1. During colds and allergy outbreaks avoid or limit the use of decongestants and antihistamines since they tense the muscles that govern urine flow and make it difficult to pee.
  2. Strengthen your pelvic floor muscles by doing workouts.
  3. Caffeine and alcohol should be consumed in moderation because they cause you to pee more frequently and can irritate your bladder.
  4. Reduce your fluid intake, especially before going out or going to bed.
  5. It is easier for your bladder to pee when you first feel the desire.
  6. Keep warm.
  7. It is possible that the cold will make you fe.el more compelled to pee.
  8. Cold can make it feel added urgent to 

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