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What are the complications of prostatic hyperplasia?

What are the complications of prostatic hyperplasia?
What are the complications of prostatic hyperplasia?

       Prostatic hyperplasia is a disease that male friends are very familiar with. There are mainly two early symptoms, which are the symptoms of urine storage stage and the symptoms of urination stage. The patient still feels quite uncomfortable. If men find that they have a disease such as prostatic hyperplasia, then it is necessary to receive treatment as soon as possible, otherwise there will be complications of prostatic hyperplasia. Let me tell you what complications will occur.
   Complications of prostatic hyperplasia:
   1. Urinary retention
The first complication of prostatic hyperplasia I will introduce to you is urinary retention. After the prostatic hyperplasia occurs, the urethral resistance will increase a lot. After each urination, some will remain in the bladder. We call it residual urine. Residual urine stays in the bladder for a long time will cause urinary retention. There are two main types of urinary retention, namely acute and chronic. If urinary retention is chronic, more and more urine will accumulate in the bladder, and eventually urine will flow into the kidneys, causing renal edema.
   2. Urinary tract infection
Residual urine staying in the bladder for a long time, invisibly increases the possibility of urinary tract infection. When the urine flows back into the kidneys, harmful substances in the urine will induce urinary tract infections such as cystitis and pyelonephritis. Some patients will heat up for no reason.
   3. Hematuria
   Patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia have quite a wealth of blood vessels on the surface of the prostatic. These blood vessels are very fragile and are easily ruptured by external forces. This will cause bleeding and eventually form hematuria. Some severe patients also develop gross hematuria, which is quite scary.
   4. Bladder stones
   As mentioned above, patients with prostatic hyperplasia will have residual urine staying in the bladder for a long time. This will cause stones to form in the bladder for a long time, and it will be extremely painful when urinating, and the urine will be intermittent.
  The above article has explained the complications of prostatic hyperplasia very clearly. I hope that male friends can realize the harm of it. Once they find that they have BPH, they must receive treatment as soon as possible, and get early treatment and recovery. In addition, every man should go to the hospital to check the prostatic regularly every year, so that benign prostatic hyperplasia can be detected at an early stage.

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