Male Health Conditions – Enlarged Prostrate Natural Treatment Part 1Written by admin on October 25th, 2011
For most patients suffering from an enlarged prostate who do not have kidney damage or serious infection, the ultimate decision must be left to the patient. While there are absolute indications of intervention, most situations depend on how bothersome the symptoms are to the individual. All options need to be discussed and considered along with their advantages and disadvantages.
Sometimes men may take antibiotics for a long period of time without any true benefit. In fact, many of these conditions are not infections but simply muscle spasms involving the prostate and surrounding tissue. This is a condition called prostatosis or prostadynia. Treatment for this includes muscle relaxants and warm baths. Hytrin or Cardura, typically used for high blood pressure are also muscle relaxants and have been shown to be successful. These days, however, Flowmax or Uroxitrol are more often prescribed.
Over the past five years, a large amount of research has been done on the prostate gland and BPH. Doctors now know more and can provide more useful treatments. Always look into the latest treatment alternatives—there are constantly new treatments coming out.
A doctor may recommend treatment when:
• the man is unable to urinate
• there are recurrent urinary tract infections
• there is recurrent blood in the urine
• there are hemorrhoids and hernias
• there may be damage done to the kidneys or bladder
• there are bothersome symptoms like frequently interrupting sleep to go to the bathroom
• there is an annoying sensation of always having to urinate
• there is dripping of urine after stopping
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