5 BPH-Related Prostate Diseases

5 bph diseases

1. Acute or chronic urinary retention: BPH may result in acute or chronic urinary retention, an inability to empty the bladder completely. When acute, it is a complete incapacity to urinate that happens suddenly and lasts only a short time, being potentially life-threatening.

2. Urinary tract infections (UTIs): that may affect the bladder or urethra and are related to the obstruction of normal urine flow. In addition, the entire urinary system needs to work under stress to properly expel urine, which can result in damage to the bladder and kidney, or in bladder stones.

3. Kidney damage: the entire urinary system needs to work under stress to properly expel urine, which can result in damage to the bladder and kidney, or in bladder stones. Despite being rare, kidney damage is particularly dangerous and may threat patients’ lives when it occurs.

4. Prostatitis: In addition to BPH, the most common prostate diseases include prostatitis. The three most common types of prostatitis, which may be caused by a bacterial infection or inflammation, are:

  •  Acute bacterial prostatitis: a denomination to characterize microscopic inflammation of the tissue of the prostate gland, which can span to numerous clinical conditions.
  • Chronic bacterial prostatitis
  • Chronic prostatitis / chronic pelvic pain syndrome

5. Prostate cancer: is also a common problem among American men, particularly men aged 50 and older, African-American men, men with a history of prostate cancer in the family, and men who eat great amounts of high-fat food but few fruits and vegetables.

 

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Marta graduated from Universidade Fernando Pessoa in Porto with a degree in Communication Sciences and a Masters degree in New Communication Technologies. She has experience in social media, worked with several media channels, and has also worked as a freelance photographer and a graphic artist for almost 10 years.

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