Prostate gland enlargement (30 grams) and hepatomegaly. frequent urination,particularly at night. need to wait to pass out the urine. back pains during the process
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Hello, benign prostatic hypertrophy is a Age-associated prostate gland enlargement that can cause urination difficulty. Very common. In elderly male. Treatable by a medical professional Requires a medical diagnosis Lab tests or imaging often required Chronic: can last for years or be lifelong This type of prostate enlargement isn't thought to be a precursor to prostate cancer. With this condition, the urinary stream may be weak, or stop and start. In some cases, it can lead to infection, bladder stones and reduced kidney function. Treatments include medications that relax or shrink the prostate, surgery, and minimally invasive surgery. Please consult a urologist.
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