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Attention for Patients with Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia in Sex

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is common in elderly men with a high rate of incidence. With the improvement of living conditions and the extension of life expectancy, the incidence of BPH is also increasing, it is much higher in the urban population. Currently, many cities have entered the aging period, and the proportion of the elderly male population is also rising. 

Therefore, the impact of BPH on people's lives has been paid more and more attention. The most common age of BPH is 60 to 70 years old, and middle-aged men aged 40 to 50 years are also frequently affected.
In addition to prostate enlargement, the clinical symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia include frequent urination, dysuria, and shortening of range. Urinary retention occurs in severe cases because the urination cannot be drained. Nocturnal frequency of urination is the symptom at the earliest stage of BPH. Early nocturnal frequency of urination is not caused by decreased bladder capacity, but congestion of the prostate, sympathetic and parasympathetic excitation, and bladder detrusor. The same causes an increase in the number of erections at night or in the morning, so a lot of patients feel their sexual desire is increased.
For those younger patients with BPH, besides the treatment of diseases, how to deal with sexual life is also their concern.
For patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia, frequent sex is inappropriate. Because frequent sexual intercourse can make the prostate and genitals often in a state of congestion, which not only aggravates the symptoms of prostatic hyperplasia and bladder outlet obstruction but also is not conducive to physical and mental health for an elderly person. 
However, for a man who is healthy, the normal sexual requirement is needed, and it is not appropriate to force him to practice sexual abstinence completely. The  long-term lack of sexual satisfaction will also cause congestion of the genitals and prostate, which is not conducive to the health of patients. Therefore, patients with BPH should have moderate sexual life according to their own conditions.
Some patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia may have temporary increased sexual desire, while others are mainly characterized by sexual dysfunction. Therefore, after suffering from prostatic hyperplasia, we need to pay attention to some problems in sexual life, which is of general concern. Generally speaking, the sexual life of patients with BPH should grasp a principle, that is, neither aggravating the condition nor affecting the treatment.
(1) Sexual intercourse can cause congestion of genitals and prostates, temporarily aggravate bladder outlet obstruction and lower urinary tract irritation symptoms, so patients should empty their bladder before sexual intercourse, in order to avoid urinary retention after sexual intercourse. Warmwater sitz bath after sexual intercourse can improve local blood circulation and the condition of defecation and urination will soon return to normal.
(2) If the symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia patients are not obvious, or medication has been taken, and good curative effect has been achieved, and the condition is relatively stable and no acute urinary retention in the past, he may have sex according to his or her own situation, but it should be moderate. Generally, it is advisable to have sex no more than three times a month.
(3) If the condition of BPH is severe and its symptoms are obvious, especially in patients with dysuria or even urinary retention that has not yet been cured, it is generally inappropriate to have sex.
(4) Some patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia have impotence and premature ejaculation due to various reasons. At this time, sexual life should be suspended, and active treatment is needed. Some patients will have temporary low sexual desire and sexual dysfunction during the use of estrogen therapy. They should temporarily stop or avoid sexual life. Only when estrogen is stopped, their sexual life will turn in stable condition.
Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) can cause great harm to men, it can affect the cardiovascular system, respiratory system, blood system, skeletal system, digestive system, immune system, nervous system, and skin. Therefore, men with BPH must be treated in time. Natural medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can be taken, which has great effects of anti-proliferation, anti-fibrosis, diuresis, the hyperplasia can be eliminated thoroughly, patients can take this under the guidance of doctors.
In addition, patients also need to pay attention to routine care, because the cause of BPH is closely related to long-term habits like smoking and drinking, which is not good for the recovery of patients. Patients need to develop a balanced diet, eat more fresh fruits and vegetables and soybean products, spicy and stimulating food should be avoided. You should pay attention to the balanced combination of work and rest, so as to cure prostate hyperplasia faster more thoroughly, restore a healthy sexual life.

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