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Benign Prostatic hyperplasia and Uremia

Benign prostatic hyperplasia(BPH) is a not a rare disease in men. However, do you know that patients who have it are usually the target of uremia? It indeed sounds a bit horrible. A detailed introduction will be given below to set forth the relationship between them.

Urine poisoning is a very serious pathological change, which even endangers patients' life. 
Therefore when hearing about urine poisoning, suffers will stuck with extraordinarily nerve. As a matter of fact, urine poisoning which occurs in late benign prostatic hyperplasia is much different with uremia caused by chronic nephritis. If treated in time, urine poisoning can be cured. That is because urine poisoning is caused by serious urethrophraxis, kidney is indirectly affected, and there's no organic disease in kidney. In this case, if urethrophraxis is eliminated, kidney can still restore urinary function. Urine poisoning caused by nephritis is another thing. Kidney loses its function badly because of nephritis, also, this pathological changes is no irreversible. Patients can only survive through dialysis or kidney transplantation. 
In early stage of benign prostatic hyperplasia, mild obstruction occurs in urinary tract. Owing to the compensatory function of bladder, patients can still urine, but it takes longer than other people. When it comes to the middle stage, urethrophraxis worsens, urethral resistance increases and exceeds bladder voiding ability. Symptoms of frequent urine, urinary urgency can occur. Urine in bladder can not be discharge completely. If patients suffer from fatigue, chills, or drink a lot, the condition can lead to rethral mucosal edema, which will aggravate the obstruction, then finally acute urinary retention appears. Dysfunction of bladder decompensation, increasing bladder residual urine are both signs of late benign prostatic hyperplasia. When extra urine in bladder adds to 200cc, mass can be touched in lower abdomen and urination is not a line but guttate. Due to the increased pressure in bladder, and up transfer to kidney, which forces kidney pressure raise up. The result is uronephrosis, which surely damages renal function and then leads to chronic urinary poisoning. 
In order to avoid urine poisoning which is caused by benign prostatic hyperplasia, the elderly should: 
1. Pay attention to symptoms of frequent urine. Because frequent urine is not a normal phenomenon in the elderly, but the sign of illness.
2. when you are facing with symptoms of sever frequent urine, urgency, endless urine dripping, it is possible that there may have been a lot of residual and urinary retention. At this time, you should not be afraid of catheterization. If left untreated, it definitely can lead to urine poisoning.

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