What is enlarged prostate and how to treat enlarged prostate?

Date:2018-12-05 click:0

Enlarged prostate is a common problem among older men. Because urine travels in a small tube that runs through the prostate as it makes its way out of the body, urinary problems are the most common symptoms that men with an enlarged prostate experience.

In most men, the prostate gland will undergo two stages of growth. The first stage occurs in childhood and early adolescence and is usually complete by the end of puberty. The prostate remains the same size for many years but begins growing again in most men after age 40. If the prostate becomes enlarged, it can squeeze the urethra, potentially blocking the natural flow of urine. Blockage can also occur to the flow of semen from the attached glads that store sperm and semen, the seminal vesicles. This obstruction of urine and semen may cause a number of irritating symptoms and, if untreated, can lead to more serious problems as well.
Symptoms of enlarged prostate can include:
A weak or interrupted urinary stream 
Sudden urgency to urinate 
Frequent urination 
Inability to completely empty the bladder during urination 
Trouble initiating urine flow even when bladder feels full 
How to treat enlarged prostate?
Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is a herbal medicine to treat enlarged prostate. In Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, materials such as polygonum aviculare, dianthus superbus, talc and plantago can clear heat and promot diuresis. Houttuynia can clear toxic materials. Safflower is able to promote blood circulation. There are also various pure herbs which can help patients improve physical conditioning in the meidicine. Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can make the medication reach to the infected part directly, thus enhance the curative effect.