Benign prostatic hyperplasia Treatment
Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is a noncancerous increase in the size of the prostate and is a common condition in men as they get older. It is also known as prostate gland enlargement. It results in the formation of large discrete nodules in the transition zone of the prostate and increases resistance to urine flow from the bladder. If left untreated, BPH can cause bladder, urinary tract or kidney problems. Common signs and symptoms of BPH include:
- Frequent or urgent need to urinate
- Increased frequency of urination at night
- Difficulty starting urination
- Weak urine stream or a stream that stops and starts
- Dribbling at the end of urination
- Straining while urinating
- Inability to completely empty the bladder
A wide variety of treatments are available for enlarged prostate including medication (Alpha blockers, 5-alpha reductase inhibitors, Combination drug therapy, and Tadalafil), minimally invasive therapies and surgery.
Homeopathic treatment provides a nonsurgical and safe treatment for BPH. Not only dealing with the symptoms of BPH, homeopathic remedies also gets the prostate gland back into the original shape and size. The five best homeopathic remedies for BPH are
- Baryta Carb
- Sabal Serrulata
As usual, any homeopathic medication should be used under the supervision of a certified homeopathic practitioner.
If left untreated, BPH can progress and cause subsequent medical issues. When the bladder does not empty completely, you become at risk for developing urinary tract infections (UTIs). ... Benign enlargement of prostate.
Frequently Asked Qustions
What Is BPH?
This type of prostate enlargement isn't thought to be a precursor to prostate cancer.With this condition, the urinary stream may be weak or stop and start. In some cases, it can lead to infection, bladder stones and reduced kidney function.
What Causes BPH ?
BPH is considered a normal condition of male aging, and many men older than 80 years have BPH symptoms. Although the exact cause is unknown, changes in male sex hormones that come with aging may be a factor. Any family history of prostate problems or any abnormalities with your testicles may raise your risk of BPH. Men who’ve had their testicles removed at a young age don’t develop BPH.