Overcoming Difficulty Urinating In Prostate Sufferers?
, my father was given medicine and asked to practice by tying a rubber in the catheter tube for a week. If after a week the catheter is removed and my father is still not able to Bak properly, then surgery is taken regarding the suspicion of prostate presence.
BPH is a condition where there is an enlarged prostate, which is common in elderly men. BPH is not a dangerous and benign thing. BPH can make it difficult for BAK, it is difficult to hold back if you want BAK, BAK feels insurmountable, and in an advanced state BPH can cause BAK not at all.
One effort that can be done is to do bladder training with a catheter. Performing an open and closed catheter (by tying the rubber) is an effective measure. By using a catheter, we can train the bladder to accommodate more urine so that it is expected to make BAK smoother. The use of a catheter is an effort to practice advanced BAK skills, so if it does not respond, surgery is usually necessary.
There are other methods to help practice the ability of BAK without a catheter device, but the effectiveness is still less than using a catheter. Several training methods such as:
perform routine scheduling for BAK (without catheter). This also has the same principle as the catheter. hold for a longer period of time if you want BAK (without catheter). doing a Kegel bath might be helpful. Performing prostate surgery is actually not a dangerous operation, doing prostate surgery is generally quite safe to do for the elderly. But of course it depends on your father's physical condition. Therefore, do routine control to your doctor.
The following is an article that you can read about BPH
may be useful. thank you