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How much do you know about Enlarged prostate (BPH)?

 When a man reaches the age of 40, the prostate starts increasing in size by 14% every year.

BPH is very common among elderly men, affecting more men as they get older, especially in their 60s and 70s.
BPH is not a cancerous condition, but it causes urinary problems because the prostate presses on the urethra and causes the urinal passage to become narrower.
Therefore, men with enlarged prostates will find that they have to urinate frequently, cannot empty their bladder completely, leak after urination, have a weak urine stream or face difficulty starting urination. These symptoms are called Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS). 
LUTS will worsen as the prostate gets bigger. Many men find that LUTS interferes with their sleep routine, causes physical discomfort and disrupts their normal daily activities, although they may not admit the extent of the problem.
In rare instances, untreated BPH may also lead to inability to urinate, incontinence, bladder stones, kidney infections, and damage to the bladder, kidneys and urethra.
That is why an enlarged prostate and its symptoms should not be ignored or treated as a trivial matter, even if it may be a common and non-fatal condition. You do not have to live with this inconvenient and debilitating condition.

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