Prostate is a small gland approximately the size of a walnut. It is located under the bladder and in front of the rectum. Urethra is the tube through which urine and semen are conveyed out of the body from the bladder and the rectum is the organ located behind the prostate and the bladder. Although the prostate is not essential for life, it is of utmost importance for reproduction.
The prostate usually grows during adolescence, and is controlled by the the male hormone testosterone and DHT, its byproduct. Testosterone is a hormone that is typically made in the testes, but a small amount is made in the adrenal glands located above the kidneys. This hormone promotes both development and maintenance of male sex characteristics.
Prostate-related problems are very common these days, mostly affecting individuals over 50. Some of the most common problems regarding this tiny gland include:
Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH): BPH is commonly known as an enlarged prostate. The chances of having it go up with age. Therefore age 31-40 ( 1 in 12), age 51-60 (1 in 2), and over age 80 ( more than 8 in 10).
Prostatitis: Prostatis is an inflammation of the prostate and it typically affects young and middle-aged women. While an estimate, 5-10 percent of men develop this condition in their lifetime.
Prostate Cancer: This cancer is the most common cancer type in men, apart from skin cancer. It is estimated that 1 man in 6 will be diagnosed with prostate cancer at certain point of their lives. The risk of developing prostate cancer increases with age.
Frequent urination and difficulty starting urination are the two major causes of a prostate-related problem. Often, the patient may experience lower back pain or pain in the feet, hips, and legs, too. Read on to learn how to treat enlarged prostate naturally:
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