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prostatehealth247 .com Some blood in the urine... burning sensations... or even inability to urinate... all relatively serious problems which might also implicate the prostate.
21 Jul 2017
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prostatehealth247 .com Just a few drops of blood can make the urine held in your bladder turn a red color. We're talking about haematuria. Don't panic - there's no danger - the presence of blood is more disturbing than dangerous. Drink a lot of water to rince it out then go and see your doctor.
21 Jul 2017
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A urine test, additionally referred to as a urine drug screen or a UDS, is a painless drug test.
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prostatehealth247 .com Most men over a certain age will inevitably suffer with prostate health at some stage during their life. Being mindful of this and looking out for symptoms which may indicate something is not quite functioning as it used to, should help you and your doctor to detect and diagnose possible problems earlier.
21 Jul 2017
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prostatehealth247 .com Prostate problems are often an indicator that you may have benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), Prostatitis or Prostate Cancer so dealing with symptoms sooner rather than later is advisable. Getting a PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen) test during your 40's, and routine prostate examinations once you are over 50, is a sensible way to manage your prostate health.
21 Jul 2017
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Anyone may develop a kidney stone, but people with certain diseases and conditions (see below) or those who are taking certain medications are more susceptible to their development. Urinary tract stones are more common in men than in women. Most urinary stones develop in people 20 to 49 years of age, and those who are prone to multiple attacks of kidney stones usually develop their first stones during the second or third decade of life. People who have already had more than one kidney stone are prone to developing further stones. In residents of industrialized countries, kidney stones are more common than stones in the bladder. The opposite is true for residents of developing areas of the world, where bladder stones are the most common. This difference is believed to be related to dietary factors. People who live in the southern or southwestern regions of the U.S. have a higher rate of kidney stone formation than those living in other areas. Over the last few decades, the percentage of people with kidney stones in the U.S. has been increasing, most likely related to the obesity epidemic. A family history of kidney stones is also a risk factor for developing kidney stones. Kidney stones are more common in Asians and Caucasians than in Native Americans, Africans, or African Americans. Uric acid kidney stones are more common in people with chronically elevated uric acid levels in their blood (hyperuricemia). A small number of pregnant women develop kidney stones, and there is some evidence that pregnancy-related changes may increase the risk of stone formation. Factors that may contribute to stone formation during pregnancy include a slowing of the passage of urine due to increased progesterone levels and diminished fluid intake due to a decreasing bladder capacity from the enlarging uterus. Healthy pregnant women also have a mild increase in their urinary calcium excretion.
21 Jul 2017
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prostatehealth247 .com If the problem is Prostatitis, then you may also have pain during ejaculation or just have a general pain around your pelvic and genital area. If the problem is prostate cancer then you may have additional symptoms such as, anemia, weight loss, fatigue, and / or traces of blood in your urine and semen.
21 Jul 2017
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prostatehealth247 .com When the prostate is the cause, during urinating the blood will usually arive first followed by clearer urine. Such haematuria might occur from time to time and are not dangerous. However, if frequent, surgical intervention on the prostate might one day be required.
21 Jul 2017
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soyoungplus net What causes BPH? Benign prostatic hyperplasia is probably a normal part of the aging process in men, caused by changes in hormone balance and in cell growth. What are the symptoms? BPH causes urinary problems such as: Trouble getting a urine stream started and completely stopped (dribbling). Often feeling like you need to urinate. This feeling may even wake you up at night. A weak urine stream. A sense that your bladder is not completely empty after you urinate. In a small number of cases, BPH may cause the bladder to be blocked, making it impossible or extremely hard to urinate. This problem may cause backed-up urine (urinary retention), leading to bladder infections or stones, or kidney damage. BPH does not cause prostate cancer and does not affect a man's ability to father children. It does not cause erection problems.
23 Jul 2017
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soyoungplus net What causes BPH? Benign prostatic hyperplasia is probably a normal part of the aging process in men, caused by changes in hormone balance and in cell growth. What are the symptoms? BPH causes urinary problems such as: Trouble getting a urine stream started and completely stopped (dribbling). Often feeling like you need to urinate. This feeling may even wake you up at night. A weak urine stream. A sense that your bladder is not completely empty after you urinate. In a small number of cases, BPH may cause the bladder to be blocked, making it impossible or extremely hard to urinate. This problem may cause backed-up urine (urinary retention), leading to bladder infections or stones, or kidney damage. BPH does not cause prostate cancer and does not affect a man's ability to father children. It does not cause erection problems.
23 Jul 2017
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soyoungplus net What causes BPH? Benign prostatic hyperplasia is probably a normal part of the aging process in men, caused by changes in hormone balance and in cell growth. What are the symptoms? BPH causes urinary problems such as: Trouble getting a urine stream started and completely stopped (dribbling). Often feeling like you need to urinate. This feeling may even wake you up at night. A weak urine stream. A sense that your bladder is not completely empty after you urinate. In a small number of cases, BPH may cause the bladder to be blocked, making it impossible or extremely hard to urinate. This problem may cause backed-up urine (urinary retention), leading to bladder infections or stones, or kidney damage. BPH does not cause prostate cancer and does not affect a man's ability to father children. It does not cause erection problems.
23 Jul 2017
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soyoungplus net What causes BPH? Benign prostatic hyperplasia is probably a normal part of the aging process in men, caused by changes in hormone balance and in cell growth. What are the symptoms? BPH causes urinary problems such as: Trouble getting a urine stream started and completely stopped (dribbling). Often feeling like you need to urinate. This feeling may even wake you up at night. A weak urine stream. A sense that your bladder is not completely empty after you urinate. In a small number of cases, BPH may cause the bladder to be blocked, making it impossible or extremely hard to urinate. This problem may cause backed-up urine (urinary retention), leading to bladder infections or stones, or kidney damage. BPH does not cause prostate cancer and does not affect a man's ability to father children. It does not cause erection problems.
23 Jul 2017
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soyoungplus net What causes BPH? Benign prostatic hyperplasia is probably a normal part of the aging process in men, caused by changes in hormone balance and in cell growth. What are the symptoms? BPH causes urinary problems such as: Trouble getting a urine stream started and completely stopped (dribbling). Often feeling like you need to urinate. This feeling may even wake you up at night. A weak urine stream. A sense that your bladder is not completely empty after you urinate. In a small number of cases, BPH may cause the bladder to be blocked, making it impossible or extremely hard to urinate. This problem may cause backed-up urine (urinary retention), leading to bladder infections or stones, or kidney damage. BPH does not cause prostate cancer and does not affect a man's ability to father children. It does not cause erection problems.
23 Jul 2017
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soyoungplus net What causes BPH? Benign prostatic hyperplasia is probably a normal part of the aging process in men, caused by changes in hormone balance and in cell growth. What are the symptoms? BPH causes urinary problems such as: Trouble getting a urine stream started and completely stopped (dribbling). Often feeling like you need to urinate. This feeling may even wake you up at night. A weak urine stream. A sense that your bladder is not completely empty after you urinate. In a small number of cases, BPH may cause the bladder to be blocked, making it impossible or extremely hard to urinate. This problem may cause backed-up urine (urinary retention), leading to bladder infections or stones, or kidney damage. BPH does not cause prostate cancer and does not affect a man's ability to father children. It does not cause erection problems.
23 Jul 2017
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prostalert com zenn7 Symptoms Of Bph Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia - What Are Symptoms Of Bph Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia? The severity of symptoms in people who have prostate gland enlargement varies, but symptoms tend to gradually worsen over time. Common signs and symptoms of BPH include: Frequent or urgent need to urinate Increased frequency of urination at night (nocturia) Difficulty starting urination Weak urine stream or a stream that stops and starts Dribbling at the end of urination Straining while urinating Inability to completely empty the bladder Urinary tract infection Inability to urinate Blood in the urine The size of your prostate doesn't necessarily mean your symptoms will be worse. Some men with only slightly enlarged prostates can have significant symptoms, while other men with very enlarged prostates can have only minor urinary symptoms. In some men, symptoms eventually stabilize and might even improve over time.
23 Jul 2017
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