Treatment For Prostate Disorders?
I was diagnosed with prostate symptoms, and was advised to drink as much water as possible, but what I experienced was only a great cykup dehydration, what actions should I do in the future
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Need to be clarified, what kind of prostate symptoms do you experience? What tests have you gone through to find out the cause of the symptoms? What does great dehydration mean to you?
The prostate is an organ under the bladder whose function is important in producing semen. Disorders of the prostate there are many types, for example BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia), prostatitis, prostate cancer, and so on. Each of these disorders can show different symptoms. But often, interference with the prostate will cause you to have problems with urination, which is in the form of urination that is not smooth, incomplete, can not be arrested, so you can not urinate at all. Often, symptoms that arise due to prostate disorders can be very similar to symptoms of other diseases, for example kidney stones, bladder stones, urinary tract infections, bladder cancer, pelvic nerve disorders, and so on. Therefore, diagnosing prostate disorders should not be careless. In addition to reviewing clinical symptoms, you also need to undergo further tests, such as x-rays, ultrasound, biopsy, laboratory, and so on.
Drinking more water actually cannot cure prostate disorders. However, if you experience symptoms of urination disorders, and these symptoms have not been ascertained, then drinking a lot can help distinguish the symptoms of urinary disorders that occur due to urinary tract disorders or other organ system disorders.
If what you mean by dehydration is excessive thirst, this condition can occur due to lack of drinking, excessive physical activity, eating excessive spicy food, excessive sweating, diarrhea or severe vomiting, hormonal disorders, diabetes, or many other possibilities. This condition, if it appears together with symptoms of prostate disorders, you better check back to the doctor or specialist in internal medicine to be evaluated more deeply the cause. Could be, the doctor will coordinate with a specialist in urology surgery to be able to diagnose the cause of your complaint properly and provide the best treatment.
To help relieve your thirst, you should drink a little but often. Prioritizing drinking water, limit consumption of soft drinks or caffeinated. Do not carelessly take medication unless prescribed directly from a doctor.
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