The institute for focal prostate therapy draws attention to urological diseases in men
In a month traditionally dedicated to raising awareness about prostate cancer, the Institute for Prosthetic Focused Therapy promotes the "Awareness Week on Human Diseases", focusing on benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and assessing from 19 to 23 November – "Week of consciousness human disease "
The Institute for Focal Therapy of the Prostate, a medical clinic specialized in urology and new therapies of targeted volunteers, promoted the "Week of Awareness of Human Diseases" from 19 to 23 November. The goal is to overcome the male population of various diseases of the prostate, stimulate an open discussion, and early and effective diagnosis.
Early ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, and benign prostatic hyperplasia are diseases of the urological world, which, although less known – and less serious – have no less impact on the lives of patients and even their families. "We want to draw attention to some diseases that affect men today in addition to prostate cancer. ", said José Sanches de Magalhães, an urologist physician and founder of the Institute for Phocal Prostate Therapy.
Within five days, some initiatives such as the offer of evaluation consultations, a lecture on the topic open to the public, and an online questionnaire evaluating the severity of symptoms in benign prostatic hyperplasia were carried out: The International Symptom of Prostate Assessment. In order to gain access to the evaluation consultation, a questionnaire is to be provided at the Prostate Therapy Institute of the Prostate Institute, at www.prostatafocal.com/hbp. The result is almost immediately returned and if the value achieved is greater than or equal to 20, the candidate may be called upon to apply for the appointment of one of the ten consultations on the health assessment offered by the Institute this week.
Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is a very poorly reported clinical condition, although this is a widespread condition: affects approximately 30% of men over 65 in Portugal and may experience symptoms 50 years ago. Sometimes the symptoms are mild: frequent urination, especially at night, problems with complete bladder depletion or urinary discomfort. At other times, the symptoms are very uncomfortable and may worsen, with the risk of holding urine leading to the needs of the operation. It is important to note that sexual dysfunction is usually associated with a worsening of urinary symptoms.
Complications in the progression of the disease are acute urine retention (obstruction), recurrent urinary tract infections, urinary blood, bladder stones and renal failure.
In mild mild symptoms, pharmacological therapy or some minimal invasive treatments. For severe symptoms, currently there are advanced and minimally invasive techniques for the benign hypertension surgery in benign hypertension, such as the "Green Light" laser operation.
"Benign Prostatic hyperplasia is a common situation associated with hormonal changes that occur naturally with age. This is a clinical condition that can affect the quality of human life, but it is very important to know that BPH is not a prostate cancer! It also does not change in prostate cancer, even if treatment is not performed " says Sanches de Magalhães. According to this expert, both BPH and prostate cancer can be diagnosed with diseases that can develop with age progression, so if symptoms occur, although it is low, it is advisable to consult an urologist.
According to Sanches de Magalhães, we must never forget that prevention remains the best resource: fruit-rich diets, vegetables and vegetables, polyunsaturated fats, linoleic acid and vitamin D, help prevent and potentially reduce the risk of clinical progression in the event of prostate cancer . Some studies also suggest that vitamin E, lycopene, selenium and carotene will play a protective role in prostate and alcohol in a moderate amount. Moderate to intense physical activity reduces the likelihood of disease by 25% compared to the sedentary lifestyle.