The Institute for the Treatment of Prostate Disorder warns against urological diseases in men
In a traditional month to raise awareness of prostate cancer, the Prosthodontics Center promotes the "Awareness Week for Human Diseases" with a focus on hyperstatic hyperplasia (BPH)
The Prostate Clinic, a clinic specializing in Urology and New Prostate Treatments, promotes the "Awareness Week for Human Diseases" from 19-23 November. The goal is to sensitize the male population to various prostate diseases, to encourage open discussion and early and effective diagnosis.
"Premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia are diseases of the urological world, which although less known – and less severe – have less impact on the lives of patients and even their families," he said. ", Emphasizes José San de Maglas, an urologist and founder of the Institute for Prostate Prostate Treatments.
For five days, several initiatives were held, such as a proposal for evaluation consultations, a lecture on the subject open to the public, and an online questionnaire evaluating the severity of symptoms in benign prostatic hyperplasia: the international score of the prostate symptom. To access the proposal of evaluation consultations, please fill out the questionnaire on the Prostate Research Institute's webpage at www.prostatafocal.com/hbp. The result is returned almost immediately, and if the value reached higher than or equal to 20, the candidate can call to apply for the appointment of one of the 10 medical assessment consultations offered by the Institute this week.
Hypertaticia Dragonfly (BPH) is a fairly bad clinical condition, although it is a very common condition: It affects 30% of men over the age of 65 in Portugal and may have symptoms 50 years ago. Sometimes symptoms are mild: more frequent urination, especially at night, difficulty completely emptying the bladder, or discomfort after urination. In other cases, the symptoms are very uncomfortable and may worsen, with the risk of urine retention leading to surgery. It is important to note that sexual function is usually associated with worsening urinary symptoms.
Complications of the progression of the disease are severe retention of urine (obstruction), recurrent urinary tract infections, blood in the urine, bladder stones, and kidney failure.
For moderate mild symptoms there is drug therapy or some minimally invasive treatments. For severe symptoms, there are currently minimal invasive minimally invasive techniques for prophylactic surgery and hyperplasia surgery, such as "green light" laser surgery.
"Hyperplasia is a common condition associated with hormonal changes that occur naturally with age, which is a clinical condition that can affect a person's quality of life, but it is very important to know that BPH is not prostate cancer, nor does it become prostate cancer, Says Sanches de Magalhães. According to this expert, however, both BPH and prostate cancer are diseases that may develop with advanced age, so when symptoms appear, although mild, it is advisable to consult an urologist.
According to Sanches de Magalhães, it is not too much to remember that prevention remains the best medicine: diets rich in fruits, vegetables and vegetables, polyunsaturated fats, linoleic acid and vitamin D, help prevent potential to reduce the risk of clinical progression in the case of prostate cancer. Also, some studies indicate that vitamin E, lycopene, selenium and carotene will play a role in protecting the prostate as well as moderate alcohol content. Moderate to moderate exercise reduces the likelihood of the disease by 25% compared to an inactive lifestyle.