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Treatment of benign prostatic enlargement

Treatment of benign prostatic enlargement

Treatment of benign prostatic enlargement

Treatment of benign prostatic enlargement

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The treatment of benign prostatic enlargement includes medications, lifestyle modifications or surgical correction. In mild cases, certain measures like restriction of fluids at night, and avoiding coffee may help in alleviating the distressing urinary symptoms. Sometimes certain medications may be prescribed which help in shrinking the size of prostate gland. Complications like urinary tract infections may need appropriate antibiotic drugs to eliminate them. Occasionally, increasing intensity and frequency of symptoms may need surgical intervention like trans-urethral resection of prostate (also called TURP) which is the most effective treatment of benign prostatic enlargement.

More recently prostate artery embolisation for Benign prostatic enlargement or Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)is being used which involves injecting small particles into the blood vessels that supply the prostate. This blocks the blood supply, with the aim of shrinking the prostate.

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