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How much do you know about prostate disorders?

The prostate gland is a male gland, comparable in shape and size to a large chestnut. It is located at the base of the bladder and around the beginning of the urethra. There are several types of prostate disorders, the most important is hypertrophy or enlarged prostate gland, and prostatitis or inflammation in the prostate gland. 

 
Causes of prostate disorders
 
Prolonged periods of sitting, as in certain occupations, also increases the pressure in the pelvic region, resulting in congestion of the tissues in and around the prostate.
 
Excessive sexual excitement and constipation: This can be caused by continuous irritation of the gland due to excessive sexual excitement. Another major cause of prostate disorders is constipation, when stool becomes hard and the rectum and colon are overloaded, causing undue pressure on the prostate gland.
 
Exposure to cold and infectious diseases: Acute prostatitis may also result from exposure to cold, and infectious diseases. Chronic prostatitis is a side effect of the acute condition.
 
Prolonged periods of sitting: Prolonged periods of sitting, as in certain occupations, also increases the pressure in the pelvic region, resulting in congestion of the tissues in and around the prostate.
 
Symptoms of prostate disorders
 
There are two warning signs that indicate the possibility of prostate disorders. The first is the interference with the passage of urine, and the second is the need to empty the urine frequently during nighttime sleep.
 
Other symptoms include dull pain in the lower back and hip pain, legs, and feet. The position of the prostate gland is prone to congestion and other disorders. In an upright position, the pressure drops in the pelvic region just where the prostate gland is located. With aging, the body gets heavier and loses its flexibility. This puts great pressure on the pelvis and increases the vulnerability of the prostate gland.

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