Benign prostatic hyperplasia must be treated (wrong)
With the growth of age, the incidence rate of BPH gradually increases. However, due to individual physical differences, BPH may not always lead to lower urinary tract symptoms such as frequent urination, urgency of urination, and dysuria. Only benign prostatic hyperplasia that causes the above symptoms requires treatment, and asymptomatic benign prostatic hyperplasia only requires follow-up observation.
If the symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia improve, you can stop taking the drug (wrong)
Benign prostatic hyperplasia, like diabetes and hypertension, is a chronic disease that requires long-term adherence to medication. If the drug is stopped without authorization, it may aggravate the original condition.
Change dressing immediately if symptoms of BPH do not improve (wrong)
There are many types of drugs for the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia, and each drug has a different onset time. Therefore, it is wrong to immediately change the medication if the symptoms do not improve or the improvement is not obvious after taking the medication for a short time, and it may cause adverse reactions due to frequent drug changes. The treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia needs to be carried out under the guidance of a doctor, and drug adjustments need to be carried out according to the doctor's instructions.
Treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia is to reduce the size of the prostate (wrong)
Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is often accompanied by an increase in prostate volume. However, due to individual physical differences, the degree of BPH varies from person to person, with some large and some small. For symptomatic large prostate tumors, drugs that reduce the prostate volume are required, but for small anterior prostate tumors, the use of Baleride and Amphetamine may not necessarily have significant effects. Other types of drugs can be used to alleviate symptoms.
Men with symptoms such as frequent urination, urgency, and difficulty urinating are known as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)
There are many reasons for frequent urination, urgency of urination, and dysuria, including chronic prostatitis, urinary tract infection, neurogenic bladder disease, diabetes bladder disease, and renal dysfunction. Benign prostatic hyperplasia is only one of the causes. If symptoms such as frequent urination, urgency of urination, or difficulty urinating occur, it is necessary to seek medical attention in a regular hospital in a timely manner, cooperate with a doctor to conduct relevant examinations, clarify the cause, and then use symptomatic medication. Do not use medication on your own.