When you have prostate problems, do you hide it from your doctor when you have your daily check-ups? Maybe this has been your problem and your reason why you don”t want to go and visit your physician. Because of this, you leave the problem alone until the disease becomes serious and needs immediate medical attention.
Most commonly affected by prostate problems, is of course, men. Do you think you can prevent it? Here is what the statistics reported. Proven to have enlarged prostate or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are eight men out of ten men. Men hide their conditions because they are not comfortable to share it to others especially it is about their prostate.
Prostate is an important part of men’s health. It produces a thick secretion to form part of semen which carries sperm. Your prostate health ceases when reproductive problems are not immediately aided.
One of the most common prostate problem among men is prostate enlargement or BHP. Good news, because it is not cancerous. More than 30 percent of men of 60 years old and 80 percent of men of aged 80 are reported to have Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia by statistics. Prostatitis or inflammation of the prostate is another common health condition among men. About 50 percent of men have this condition. Prostate cancer is also referred to as a silent killer that can come any time especially when they reach the age of 50. The danger ascends with age.
Which group of men are potential enough to develop this type of problems? Age is the chief determinant of this condition. When men reached the age of 40 and above, the threat starts to progress. The problems usually begin to appear when they are in their fifties and above. As the threat of prostate cancer elevates with age, researchers say that more than 65 percent of all prostate cancer sufferers fall in the age group of 65 and above. Other observations show that sexually active young men who have sex with multiple partners will increase their likelihood of prostate cancer occurrence later in their life.
When you feel the awkwardness and the pain in your prostate, immediately go and visit your physician. If you keep hiding it and forgetting all about it, then you are actually causing havoc and much more complication to your health. Urinary tract infections, bladder damage, kidney failure, impotence and incontinence can result if the problem will be left untreated for a longer time.
Men also have a say on these prostate health conditions. The embarrassment is such an inevitable consequence since your really have to tell it to your doctor to help you out with your problems such as erectile dysfunction and testicular disorders. They just need enough courage to tell and share it to their family and doctor. Leaving these disorders untreated can bring forth detrimental outcomes not just on their prostate health but also on their overall well-being.