Latest Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) News
More than three-quarters of men with nocturnal polyuria had non-dipping blood pressure compared with less than half of men with other causes of nocturia.
Over 12 weeks of treatment, the mean number of nocturia episodes decreased by 1.1 and 0.9 in men who were and were not bothered by their symptoms, a non-significant difference between groups.
Men with metabolic syndrome or a smoking history had more than triple the risks for persistent moderate to severe nocturia after TURP.
Clinicians tend to focus on the number of voids, but patients worry more about interrupted sleep.
The procedure improves symptoms at least as well in men with obstructive middle lobes as those with obstructive lateral lobes.
Men with Peyronie's disease have elevated risks of benign prostatic hyperplasia, prostatitis, and testis and prostate cancer, new studies reveal.
Men older than 50 with metabolic syndrome had significantly greater risks for BPH than men without the syndrome.
New clinical guidelines for the surgical management of lower urinary tract symptoms attributable to enlarged prostate offer 22 recommendations.
In a study, researchers found that 51% of men seeking care at tertiary referral urology clinics reported some form of urinary leakage.
Dementia link seen with antidepressant, urological, and anti-Parkinson's drugs.
Low physical activity may increase risk of lower urinary tract symptoms in study of Korean men
A previous study showed that using 5-ARIs to treat benign prostate hyperplasia decreased the risk of low-grade PCa.
Men using allopurinol had a 22% lower risk of a BPH diagnosis.
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