Is It Possible for Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia to Cause Dysuria?

Why does prostate hyperplasia cause dysuria? Dysuria refers to laborious urination, urination with difficulty, thin stream and short range of urination. Progressive dysuria is the characteristic of Benign prostatic hyperplasia(BPH) patients. What causes it? Why does BPH cause dysuria?

The basic action of normal urination is the coordination of bladder detrusor contraction and urethral resistance, when benign prostate proliferates, it protrudes into the urethra bends, lengthens, narrows or the enlarged prostate oppresses the bladder neck, resulting in obstruction of the bladder neck, thus increasing the resistance of the urethra. 
At the same time, the bladder detrusor must contract excessively and have a higher intravesical pressure to urinate, which can lead to compensatory hypertrophy of detrusor and even decompensation, which causes varying degrees of dysuria.
It is found that although the size of BPH is closely related to the degree of dysuria, but not proportional to each other. Why does BPH cause difficulty in urination? The reason is that the growth of different prostatic parts have different effects on urinary tract. 
The normal prostate is divided into five parts: front, back, middle, and bilateral. In some cases, when the middle lobe of the prostate is hypertrophic, it can raise the bottom of the bladder, the obvious hyperplasia seldom occurs in the front lobe. When hyperplasia in the middle lobe of the prostate is sticking out to the bladder, it can lead to severe dysuria in the early stage of the lesion.
BPH leads to dysuria, while the current hyperplasia of both sides of the prostate, it only makes the posterior urethra compressed and prolonged, so the symptoms of dysuria in the early stage are not obvious. 
If the urethra loses the ability of compensatory dilation, there will be various dysuria symptoms. The compensatory capacity of the bladder can not be neglected. If the bladder function is good, it has certain compensatory capacity. Even if the proliferated prostate oppresses the neck of bladder and posterior urethra, it also enhances the capacity of urination.
As for the treatment of BPH, it depends on the patient's condition, so firstly patients need to do examination in a regular hospital to confirm their condition. If the patient's condition is not serious, oral medicine is usually enough. 
Doctors will prescribe anti-inflammatory drugs and drugs for treating dysuria due to BPH to be taken together, patients must take it on time. In the course of treatment, patients must observe whether the symptoms have relieved or not. If the symptoms have relieved, there is nothing to worry about.
However, in the course of taking medication, patients must pay attention to genital health, wash their genitals with warm water every day, avoid having frequent sex, adhere to healthy living habits. 
The patients can also take Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill in order to treat dysuria, it contains a variety of herbal medicine with main functions of clearing heat and detoxification, promoting blood circulation, relieving pain, inducing diuresis for treating strangurtia, and also anti-inflammation, sterilization and resist proliferation. 
And there will be no resistance to drugs.

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