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Bladder / Prostate Disorder

BLADDER/PROSTATE DISORDER

The prostate is a type of gland that is walnut-sized and is positioned between the bladder and the root of the male reproductive organs. The prostate gland is present only in males and is accountable to make seminal fluid, which is mixed with sperm to make semen. Prostate gland swells in men of older age and if it grows too much then it interferes with the urine flow making urine discharge weaker. Appropriate urine exit and flow is the sign of good prostate. Prostate or bladder disorders can be detected with urine flow. You need to take medical help when your streamed urine is weak and dropped. There are certain disorders that affect prostate gland and functioning like the change in urine pressure, non-cancerous prostate enlargement called as Benign Prostate Hyperplasia (BPH) or prostatitis. Noticeable symptoms in prostate disorder include more urination during night, leaking after and before urination, and weak urine flow along with pain in testicles, the problem in attaining erection, and pain during ejaculation, pain during urination, or blood in urine. Bladder disorder encompasses urinary retention in which a patient is not able to empty the bladder completely. The bladder is positioned in the pelvis between the pelvic bones. The bladder is an organ that is empty, muscular and balloon-shaped that expands as it fills with urine. 

Medicines used for prostate disorder works as alpha-blockers, 5 alpha reductase inhibitors, and anticholinergic. Various types of medications are marketed with different trade names of different generics to help in your bladder and prostate disorders. Trade products of this category are Avodart, Casodex, Macrobid, Ditropan, Solifenacin, Tamsulosin, Urispas, Urechline, and UroXatral.

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