Category: Men’s Health
Benign prostatic hyperplasia
Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), referred to as prostatic hypertrophy, is a non-cancerous increase in prostate size. May include symptoms of BPH.
Problems with starting urination, insufficient flow, inability to urinate, frequent urination or loss of bladder control. Treatment for benign prostatic hyperplasia reserved for patients with obvious symptoms.
Epididymitis, inflammation of the epididymis and a curved tubular formation at the back of the testicle. Caused by a bacterial infection. Include Epididymitis symptoms swelling of the testicles and frequent urination or burning sensation when urinating. May include infertility and testicular tissue death in serious cases, although complications are rare.
Erectile dysfunction (ED), known as impotence, refers to an inability to erect enough to have sex. The causes of erectile dysfunction are cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, neurological problems, hormone deficiency, and side effects of drugs. Can use combinations of treatments, including medications, lifestyle changes or treatments for treating ED.
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