Causes And Ways To Overcome Nasal Congestion When Treating BPH (benign Prostatic Hyperplasia)?
I 69 difficult to urinate and a little want to urinate. I checked with Dr. urology diagnosed with BPH. Given a 1×1 harnal. It has only been running for 10 days, now my nose feels clogged. Even it’s like not breathing. the solution is how can I give nose drops or I will stop the harnal. Thank you
Thank you for the question.
BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia) is one of the most common causes of urinary disorders in elderly men. This condition occurs when the prostate gland enlarges and compresses the urinary tract due to hormonal disorders. In addition to elderly men, this condition is also vulnerable to occur if you have problems with obesity, heart disease, diabetes, lazy exercise, taking certain types of drugs, and have offspring who also experience prostate disorders.
In the initial stages, BPH can be treated by administering several types of drugs, including tamsulosin (which is contained in Harnal ocas) which is an alpha inhibiting drug group. With the consumption of this drug, urinary disorders caused by BPH can often be handled properly. Although indeed, it is not uncommon that side effects can arise that interfere, including inflammation of the nasal cavity, which makes the nose become blocked or runny. This condition, you should not necessarily be tricked by stopping the consumption of the drug, especially without consulting a doctor first. Because, in addition to drug side effects, nasal disturbances that you experience can also occur due to other causes, for example allergies, nasal polyps or other tumors around the nasal cavity, viral or bacterial infections, hormonal disorders, psychological disorders, side effects of other drugs, etc.
Better, first check yourself to the doctor or ENT doctor to be given the best treatment, yes. If necessary, the doctor will be able to coordinate with the urology surgeon in giving you the right management. For now, it's best to continue taking your medication as your doctor advises. As for complaints in your nose, you can first deal with staying away from dust, smoke, cold, and dry air. Use humidier water in your place of activity. Limit your cold eating and drinking habits, especially if you are allergic. Do not forget, multiply rest, and do not just take any other medication carelessly, other than those given by your doctor.
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