BenignProstaticHyperplasia

You write IPB, you read benign prostatic hyperplasia. A pathology that consists of increased prostate volume, and is often related to lifestyle and diet.
The reduction of symptoms has an important impact especially on psychological well-being. Here you will find useful tips and treatments for this disorder.

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Can benign prostatic hyperplasia affect sexual life?
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Can benign prostatic hyperplasia affect sexual life?

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and sexual dysfunction (SD) are highly prevalent conditions, frequently coexisting in the same aging male group. This association can be partly explained by the high prevalence of comorbidities (e.g., hypertension, dyslipidemia, diabetes) in older men, often suffering from BPH, which are risk factors for erectile dysfunction (ED). On the other hand, BPH seems to impact sexual function both directly and indirectly negatively.

What to eat (and not eat) with an enlarged prostate
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What to eat (and not eat) with an enlarged prostate

It’s a little gland the size of a walnut, hiding just behind the bladder. During sex, it produces and emits prostate fluid, which is the liquid that contains important substances that help to nourish and guide the sperm. Obviously, we are talking about the prostate. This organ that, with age, causes some to suffer from the “benign prostatic hyperplasia,” which is an abnormal enlargement that can compromise its proper functioning and push on the urethra preventing the flow of urine.

Does an enlarged prostate have an influence on sexual activity?
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Does an enlarged prostate have an influence on sexual activity?

It could. It could cause erectile dysfunction or ejaculation problems. Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is characterized as an excessive growth of the prostate which then pushes on the urethra. Those who suffer from this often experience problems when urinating and have to turn to the help of medicine.

Personalized physical therapy reduces incontinence and pain in men after prostate surgery
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Personalized physical therapy reduces incontinence and pain in men after prostate surgery

For decades, the standard treatment for men suffering from urinary incontinence after prostate surgery has been physical therapy aimed at strengthening pelvic muscles.

Urinary incontinence may result from aging or surgery
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Urinary incontinence may result from aging or surgery

Urinary incontinence may result from aging or surgery and may occur at any time of the day or in connection with an effort (such as lift a weight or even sneezing or coughing), or in the sexual sphere, during foreplay or at the orgasm (climacturia).

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