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Prostatic Hyperplasia in TCM

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Updated: Wednesday, Apr 01,2009, 10:00:16 PM
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Enlarged prostate, also known as prostatic hyperplasia, is a very common disease that occurs in old male patients. Generally, this disease is considered to be associated with disruption of sex hormones. The main events are uroschesis and difficulty ofLongBiao

Enlarged prostate, also known as prostatic hyperplasia, is a very common disease that occurs in old male patients. Generally, this disease is considered to be associated with disruption of sex hormones. The main events are uroschesis and difficulty of...

Enlarged prostate, also known as prostatic hyperplasia, is a very common disease that occurs in old male patients. Generally, this disease is considered to be associated with disruption of sex hormones. The main events are uroschesis and difficulty of urination. It belongs to the category of (urine retention) in TCM.
Main points of diagnosis

1. It occurs mostly in older people who are over 50 years.

2. SYMPTOMS

 

1) Frequent Micturation: This is a symptom at an early stage of the disease. Gradually, the frequency of urination increases, which is obvious especially at night. In mild cases of urination will occur 4-5 times at night and in severe cases, it is May dozens of times.

 

2) diffculty in Urination: At first, the patient must wait for some time before you urinate. Later, the obstructional condition becomes more severe, accompanied by difficulty in urinating or dribbling with urination.

 

3) Acute Uroschesis: This problem is due to factors such as constipation, cold, alcoholic beverage and fatigue which can cause hyperemia hydrops and bladder neck. Complete obstruction May be trained and acute uroschesis result.

 

4) Urinary Incontinence: When filling the bladder reaches a state of extreme and the intraocular pressure exceeds the resistance of the sphincter of the urethra, the urine will dribble continuous urethra. This phenomenon is called pseudo-uroschesis.

 

5) Hematuria: Due to the hyperemia of the bladder neck, sometimes hematuria in May are available under a microscope or even by gross inspection.

 

6) Complications: On the one hand, urinary obstruction over a long period May lead to other diseases such as decrease in renal function or renal failure, manifested as loss of appetite, fatigue, and then nausea and vomiting, hypertension and anemia, and a coma will follow. On the other hand, long-term difficulty in urinating May also cause the increase in abdominal pressure and produce an inguinal hernia, haemorrhoids, proctoptosis, varicose veins of the lower limbs and so on.

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