In simple terms, the prostate is a part of the male reproductive system and is the place where it accumulates about 30% of seminal fluid. It is located between the bladder and urethra and has the size of a walnut. Unfortunately, more and more men experiencing prostate problems still at an age where such situations should not exist.
Before anything, you should have in mind the 4 conditions that can develop in the prostate, and these are: prostatitis, benign prostatodynia and prostatic hyperplasia.
Prostatitis is characterized by inflammation of the prostate gland and can cause discomfort in the pelvic area. Usually prostatitis is caused by an infection.
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia refers to inflammation of the prostate that causes decrease of slow urinary flow and force removal of urine, hence the need for frequent urination starts.
Prostatodynia refers to chronic diseases of the prostate and is usually manifested by pain in the pelvic region.
Prostate cancer is the most serious disease of the prostate because it can cause illness and death if it is not quickly diagnosed and equally treated.
In general, men over 50 should regularly go to the doctor for routine exams for prostate cancer. It can causes a number of deaths each year, especially as it sometimes there are no symptoms.
However, when these symptoms occur, you do not necessarily need to control:
difficulty, discomfort, pain or frequency of urination;
signs of blood in the urine or semen;
decreased sexual desire and the inability to achieve an erection.
Below are some facts about what you need to know if you have experience one or more of these symptoms:
1. Medical consultation is required. Early diagnosis and treatment of the problem will help you get rid of the other symptoms more severe and more unpleasant.
2.It is possible that in some cases be required surgery. This applies only if it is benign, and surgery is to extend the urethral passage.
3. Diagnosis of prostate cancer is made by biopsy in the prostate gland. In this case, treatment depends on how extensive the tumor is. Some treatment options includes surgery, radiation therapy, cryotherapy, hormone therapy or a combination of any of these options.
4. Careful in eating. A diet rich in omega 3, selenium and antioxidants, fatty acids, will reduce inflammation caused by prostate. On the other hand, it is recommended to avoid coffee, alcohol and fatty foods or processed.
5. Opt for exercises. In general, these exercises are designed to build muscles and pelvic. To do Kegel exercises is only necessary to contract the pelvic muscles as if you were trying to stop urinating. For the best possible effect, it is recommended to do these exercises at least 3 times a day.
6. The website prostacetuk.org.uk/ is advising to include in daily routine Prostacet. A mix of natural herbs that help prostate health, decreases dramatically symptoms of prostate and more than that, contain lycopene, which we know it helps cure prostate cancer.