Why Do Prostate Sufferers Push When Urinating?
I want to ask why prostate patients push when urinating ????????
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Benign prostate enlargement or condition Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia is a condition of enlargement of the prostate gland experiencing enlargement / swelling in size, but not malignant. The prostate gland is anatomically under the bladder with its location surrounding the urethra (urinary tract from the bladder to the hole in the penis).
Enlargement of the prostate can cause symptoms of increased frequency of urination, especially at night, pain during urination, difficulty starting urination, unable to hold urine (urinary incontinence), straining during urination, urinary flow is not smooth / stagnant and faltered and not as strong as usual, urine accompanied by reddish / blood color, the taste is not complete after urination is finished.
BPH itself occurs due to the proliferation of cellular components in the prostate, which causes an enlarged prostate size and causes urinary dysfunction due to prostate enlargement and obstruction in the bladder outlet. In examining the composition of tissues, BPH can be described as the process of proliferation of the stromal and epithelial parts of the prostate gland. Generally this enlargement occurs in the area around the urethra and the transition zone of the prostate. This condition causes narrowing in the urine pathway which causes clinical symptoms in people with BPH, one of which is the need to push to begin urinating. (1)
BPH is a condition that will be experienced by all men with prostate glands. If BPH-like symptoms are found with advancing age, it is recommended to go to a urologist regarding the examination and management according to the condition. Treatment can be given to relax the muscles around the urinary tract to urinate more smoothly and reduce pain, or surgery to do prostate resection. For more information about BPH, you can access this link.
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