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Author Topic: What not to eat for enlarged prostate
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Post What not to eat for enlarged prostate
on: January 20, 2019, 03:21

Tratamento da HBP
Modern methods of treatment of BPH (also known as Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia) are very different and depend on the type of the disease, the presence of complications, the duration of disease, and the characteristics of the patient.
Prostate hyperplasia treatment can be carried out on an outpatient basis and in the hospital - the method depends on the specific situation and patient's health. You should contact an urologist and visit the clinic where you can first get the necessary tests and diagnostics, and then, according to the results, you will be assigned the appropriate treatment course. It should be remembered that the disease can be defeated only with an integrated approach.
Benign prostatic hyperplasia include following symptoms and signs:
• One urinates very often
• One has urgency to urinate more often especially at night
• Interrupting stream of urine
• Bladder remains half-full after urinating
• Tracks of blood in the urine
Benigne Prostatahyperplasie die Behandlung

How to treat BPH:
There are several guidelines of BPH treatment, such as alpha-blockers, which help to relax the pelvic floor muscles, muscles of prostate and bladder; special medications such as terazosin or tamsulosin, which block hormones that cause swelling of the prostate or surgery. Very popular and maybe the best treatment for the BPH is surgical treatment called TURP, which is based on removing the part of swollen prostate. Herbal treatments and natural remedies can also help in this case.
BPH treatment must be always followed by a well-balanced diet. These products contain a plenty of beneficial vitamins, helping to cure the BPH. Prostate friendly diet often consists of:
• Raw vegetables, fruits and greens, especially melons, watermelons, zucchini, pumpkins, cauliflower, peas, tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots and potatoes. They saturate the body with vitamin C, which has a beneficial effect on the protective forces of the immune system.
• Sour-milk products (butter milk, yoghurt, cottage cheese, sour cream, baked milk). Dairy products improve the performance of the digestive tract, enhancing the absorption of useful components of food consumed.
• Lean meat (rabbit, quail, chicken, lean pork).
• Low-fat sea fish.
• Natural honey
• Pasta
• Cereals (oatmeal, semolina, buckwheat). They contain a large amount of beneficial vitamins and minerals, especially vitamin E, which is essential for the health of men. It has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects that are very important for people with BPH.
• Black and brown bread.


One must know well what not to eat for enlarged prostate. It’s undesirable to consume:
• meat, fish, and mushroom broths
• fizzy and soft drinks
• fat pork and mutton
• strong tea and coffee
• very salty or spicy dishes
• sub-products
• sorrel
• fish roe
• pastries

How to strengthen the prostate? Doctors often recommend to use exercises of Dr. Kegel to strengthen the muscles of bladder and prostate. Such muscles are essential part of man’s reproductive system, as they control the process of ejaculation and urinating. Kegel exercises can even treat BPH without surgery and medicines. Kegel exercises include tightening - relaxing of special muscles, which are placed at pelvic floor, and squeezing anus muscles.

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