Much like women going to menopause, many fear aging and the associated prostate problems that come along with it. Some of the more common symptoms of prostate problems included erectile difficulties, sexual dysfunction, and a low libido.
Symptoms of prostate problems not only encompass sexual dysfunctions and low libido is, they also include painful and difficult urination. An important in startling fact is that prostate problems do not only affect old men, rather they can affect any man.
While most people consider symptoms of prostate problems been only related to prostate cancer there is actually a relatively small percentage of prostate problems related to cancer. Below Prostate Protocol are various prostate problems, and there associated symptoms.
Prostateism is a little known about disease that is often mistakenly believed to be a sexually transmitted disease. Prostateism is not a sexually transmitted disease, and carries no risk of being contracted by a sexual partner. In fact prostateism is bacterial disease often caused by an obstruction of the urethra or leading to increased bacterial levels.
These obstructions can come from many sources, some of the more common ones are bacterial penetration from chlamydia, bladder infections, and careless use of a catheter. Some symptoms of prostate problems, specifically Prostateism include lower back pain, fever, chills, pain in the genital area, painful urination, urgent urination, and penile discharges.
Benign prosthetic hyperplasia, BPH, is a prostate problem most common among older males. BPH results in the enlargement of the prostate, with it alternately pressing up against the urethra and bladder. The symptoms of prostate problems in this case specifically BPH include a high frequency of urination, problems beginning urination, inability to pass large amounts of urine. BPH also leads to sexual dysfunction; however modern medicine is still unable to understand why. Those affected with BPH tend to have low libidos, and erectile dysfunction.
For this reason it is highly important, in fact imperative, that all males above a certain age receive annual prostate exams. The best course of action is to discuss this with your physician to find out when you should start receiving your prostate exam, and if there are any lifestyle changes that you should make to help maintain a healthy prostate. These can include leafy greens, and specific multivitamins that are targeted towards prostate health.