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Treatment for Enlarged Prostate

Enlarged Prostate

An enlarged prostate is the enlargement of the prostate gland, which is involved in the production of semen and reproductive function in men. The prostate is enlarged if it is inflamed or BPH occurs. It is very common for the prostate gland to become enlarged as a man ages, this is known as BPH( Benign Prostate Hyperplasia). BPH is generally not caused by infection or cancer.

An enlarged prostate is congestive. The prostate gland wraps around male urethra just below the urinary bladder. Thus the prostate oppresses the bladder if it is enlarged and causes urinary problems. This explains why urinary problems occur if you suffer from either prostatitis or BPH.


Treatment for Enlarged Prostate

Treatment for an enlarged prostate or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is based on a number of factors, including your symptoms and having other medical problems. If the prostate gland if enlarged or inflamed without stone, this enlarged condition can be treated by herbal remedies.


Lifestyle Changes

Certain lifestyle changes can help relieve symptoms and are particularly important for men who choose to avoid surgery or drug therapy.

- Keep a good mood and be confident in the treatment.

- Do not strain. Overwork would hurt the Qi in our bodies, so some organs would be weaker.

- Take some exercise, avoid sitting, riding or driving for a long time.

- Keep a good diet. Eat more vegetables and fruits, stop smoking and drinking.

- Have moderate intercourses with condom.

- Do not hold back urine.

- Keep yourself clean and keep your perineum area dry.- Drink moderate water.



Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill on the one hand promote blood circulation and dissolve stasis, in order to subside the congestion of prostate gland; on the other hand promote urinate, in order to increase the speed of expelling toxic or useless materials. By these means, an enlarged prostate can be treated within several months.

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