In this video from Health Info Network we learn more about benign prostatic hyperplasia.
BPH occurs when the prostate gland enlarges while simultaneously reducing the size of the urethra. And although BPH is not associated with cancer, it can, however, cause significant urinary problems and a lot of discomfort for men as they get older. Virtually every single male has the potential to develop BPH provided they live long enough. Nowadays men suffering from BPH have a new course of action for treatment: a minimally invasive surgery which can ensure real improvement in their daily lives.
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