Benign prostatic hyperplasia is a consequence of ageing and is more likely than average to occur in men whose family men (fathers, brothers) have experienced prostate enlargement. However, BPH occurs in virtually every male over the years. Diagnosis is key with BPH so that the symptoms can be minimised as soon as possible.
In this video by UCLA Health, in 2014, we learn more about the urinary system in men, and medically managing BPH and its symptoms. It advances further into the possibility of developing benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), what treatment options are available, and prevention of the progression of the symptoms.
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