Due to an inflammatory disease, an enlarged prostate can cause many symptoms, some of them painful, affecting the genitor-urinary system. One of the most common inflammatory diseases that can lead to prostate gland enlargement is acute or chronic prostatitis.
In about 90% of cases, prostatitis is non-bacterial, so there is no need for antibiotic treatment. In most cases, the prescribed treatment is based on natural medicines that reduce the symptoms of prostatitis and provide a strong anti-inflammatory and analgesic action.
A good prevention method for treating benign prostatic hypertrophy is adopting a predominantly vegetarian diet.
Patients diagnosed with asymptomatic prostate adenoma do not require treatment; in this case, specialists recommend only monitoring the disease and the periodic clinical evaluation of the patient. On the other hand, patients with an asymptomatic enlarged prostate do need the best treatment for BPH Colorado is home to.
Treatment of symptomatic enlarged prostate can be done by medication or surgery, depending on the urinary bladder residue after urination and the presence or absence of bladder complications (such as bladder diverticula, bladder tumor, or bladder stones).
Drug treatment involves the administration of alpha-blockers, with a role in combating obstructive syndrome, and drugs, with a role in suppressing androgen secretion. Surgical treatment is administered in symptomatic benign prostatic hypertrophy, in the absence of efficacy of drug treatment, in cases with associated bladder complications, chronic urinary retention with urinary residue over 200 ml, and acute urinary retention.