What Are The Risk Factors For BPH / Enlarged-Prostate?
The Prostate is a muscular gland present in the male reproductive system. The prostate surrounds the urethra and is responsible for making most of the fluid in the semen.
Its muscular action helps in propelling the fluid and semen through the penis during sexual climax. However, most of the men after a particular age suffer from enlarged prostate or benign prostatic hyperplasia.
It is a condition where the prostate gland enlarges. This occurs when the prostate gland’s cells begin to multiply.
The additional cells cause to swell and squeeze the urethra. In addition to this, the cells also limit the flow of the urine. While BPH doesn’t increase the risk of cancer, many men might suffer from symptoms affecting the quality of life.