Prostate Health

Prostate Conditions

The Basics
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

The Basics

It's a pain when pleasure hurts, and prostate complications could be behind the discomfort.

An enlarged or inflamed gland can make urination problematic, though the symptoms differ.

While cells control the gland's size, diet can help prostate health. Supplements? Not so much.

Procedures for BPH have side effects. A diminished sex life doesn't have to be one of them.


Prostate inflammation accompanied by pain, nausea and urinary issues needs to be treated.

A prostate infection is painful, distressing and can hinder your sex life. Be informed.

A chronic condition is challenging, but some well-placed needles may give relief, a study finds.

Exercise, even of light intensity, can help the prostate gland and its connected systems.

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

Urinary symptoms can point to an enlarged prostate, but not always in men in their 20s and 30s.

Steam treatment for benign prostatic hyperplasia can minimize sexual function side effects.

Reversing prostate growth with 5-alpha reductase inhibitors may cause low libido or ED.

Some men effectively manage their enlarged prostate symptoms without medication or surgery.

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