What Hormones Affect Urinary Disease In Men?
What hormones affect men that cause them to be susceptible to urinary disease?
Which urinary disease is referred to? The male urinary system consists of several parts including, a pair of kidneys, a pair of ureters, bladder, prostate, and urethra.
There are many kinds of disorders of the male urinary tract, for example:
abnormalities in the kidneys, such as kidney stones, kidney infections, glomerulonephritis abnormalities in the ureters, such as ureteral stones, infections of the ureters, congenital abnormalities (eg ureterocele) abnormalities in the bladder, such as bladder infections (cystitis) prostate disorders, such as prostatitis and enlargement benign prostate (BPH) urethral disorders, such as urethral stricture. For example, in the kidney, hormones that affect it include aldosterone which is incorporated in the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system. This system regulates the balance of body fluids and electrolytes, including regulation of blood pressure and urine output. Disturbances in this system will disrupt blood pressure and the body's acid-base balance.
Related topics: Hormonal system disorders
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