Does BPH always lead to Prostate Cancer

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Prostate cancer and BPH- a short term for Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia are both the conditions that are concerned with the prostate gland and both of them can exhibit the same symptoms. Due to this, many people (especially older men) worry that BPH leads to prostate cancer.

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Does BPH always lead to Prostate Cancer Prostate cancer and BPH- a short term for Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia are both the conditions that are concerned with the prostate gland and both of them can exhibit the same symptoms. Due to this many people especially older men worry that BPH leads to prostate cancer. However according to recent research if an individual is having BPH it does not mean that he might be likely to ​develop prostate cancer. If you don’t know what BPH is here’s an insight into it.

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Some men are very careful about the needs of their body and their health but still as you age your body might change in the way that is not under your control. For older men enlarged prostate is a common change. Though it is a natural aging segment it might cause BPH in certain scenarios. In this the prostate covers some area of the urethra- a tube that takes semen and urine out of a male’s penis. Your prostate is much larger than the general size when you have BPH and this compresses your urethra. This might lead to some bothersome urinary symptoms and a weakened

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pee stream that will make you to wake up a number of times in the night to pass out urine. The reason why BPH occurs is not known however majorly older men are affected by this condition. Its treatment involves certain medications Prosman being one of the new age natural patented and clinically evaluated nutraceutical while in some critical cases surgery is the only option. Does BPH cause prostate cancer Despite the fact that both prostate cancer and BPH affect one’s prostate the same symptoms being present and both can affect the PSA level of a male BPH is not considered to be a risk for developing cancer in the prostate.

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According to a recent research there might be similar factors that are responsible for the growth of prostate cancer as well as BPH including- hormonal mechanisms inflammation and genetic markers. No evidence has been shown until currently that the prostate tissue affected by BPH can turn into a cancerous tissue just because a man has BPH. Many people assume that there is a certain link between both conditions because a large section of men are seen with both at a similar period of time. A study determined that more than 80 of the men having concomitant BPH also had prostate cancer. Although it is a significant percentage it might not come as a surprise that the risk of both the conditions develops with an individual’s age. More aged man signifies more are the chances of developing BPH or prostate cancer or both. Prevention of BPH

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Men having BPH have a prostate larger than the typical size. It is assumed that 90 of men develop the condition when they reach their 80s. If you are thinking that- Is there any means to prevent it The answer is surely “No” because the condition develops with age and nothing has control over it. Still you can manage your condition effectively by adding the supplements like Prosman daily for managing your BPH. You can also consult your doctor regarding what causes more likelihood of developing BPH and how its symptoms can be kept at bay Or visit ​http://prosman.in/ Article Source By: Prosman

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