Is Prostate Enlargement Related To Stomach Acid?
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The prostate is one of the glands in the body that is in the urinary system and genitalia. While the stomach is one part of the digestive system. So that in general there is no direct relationship between prostate enlargement and stomach acid disease, because both are in different body systems.
Symptoms of prostate enlargement can vary:
Always want to urinate
The feeling of defecation is not complete
Pain when urinating
Need to push for BAK
Urination accompanied by blood
the complaint arises as a result of suppression of the bladder by the enlarged prostate.
whereas stomach acid disease can be in the form of GERD, dyspepsia, or gastric ulcer. With symptoms that also vary, ranging from nausea, vomiting, heartburn, heartburn, bitter mouth, weakness.
The body feels hot but not fever can also be caused by stomach acid disorders, or it can also be due to dehydration or lack of fluids in the body.
Some tips for you:
Do not hold urine
Enough sleep and rest
Drink lots of water
Avoid spicy, sour, and oily foods
Avoid caffeinated drinks like coffee, tea, and soda
Expand to eat vegetables and fruit
Maintain a regular diet, not late eating
Eat more often 4-5x per day with small portions
Do stress management
Regular and regular exercise.
If the complaint that you feel does not improve you should consult your urologist regarding your prostate enlargement and internal medicine doctor related to your stomach acid.
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