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What causes an enlarged prostate gland?

The causes of prostate gland enlargement (BPH, benign prostatic hyperplasia) haven't been determined with certainty. In men in their 20s and 30s, the gland weighs 20 grams (two-thirds of an ounce — not very big). After age 50, the gland grows. From age 50 to 60, half the male population develops an enlarged gland. By their 80s, 80 percent of men have a gland that is much larger than it was early in life.

The combined influence of estrogen and testosterone are possible reasons why the gland gets bigger. (Men do produce estrogen.) Furthermore, the gland becomes more sensitive to other growth factors at older ages. Genes have a hand in all this. The tendency for prostate enlargement is passed from father to son.
A large prostate gland interferes with bladder emptying. Men with a large gland, therefore, have to empty their bladders frequently. Nighttime is punctuated with awakenings and trips to the bathroom to relieve the pressure from a quickly filled bladder.
But Pay attention that you have more than an enlarged gland. If you have an inflammation of the gland - prostatitis, you need to clear inflammation. Such inflammation is often due to an infection. Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is the medicine for prostatirtis and enlarged gland. It facilitate urine flow and eliminate inflammation. The herbal medicine is to be needed.

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