Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia Treatment in Chennai

The poor management of diabetes induces many problems in prostate such as enlarged prostate, Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH). Diabetes has the tendency to damage blood vessels and nerves that affect many parts of the body. Diabetic patients have worse symptoms than the non-diabetic patients. 

It has been researched and the case study showed that diabetes considerably increases the BPH risk and lower urinary tract symptoms in aged men. Insulin-like growth factor (IGF) is present in the prostate tissue. Some cases studies determined the insulin effect and glucose hemostasis abnormalities in the BPH development. The excessive sugar level in the blood makes the body less resistant to infections so that diabetes causes urinary problems. The prostate is irritated by increased UTIs or cause bacteria to invade the prostate which leads to Prostatitis.

Though the exact cause is unknown changes in the male sex hormone culminates BPH as the age goes. Men who are over 80 years have BPH symptoms. Family history, testicle abnormalities may increase the risk of benign prostatic hyperplasia. Men with removed testicle at a young age don’t develop BPH.
Transurethral Resection of the prostate, (TURP) this surgery is performed for enlarged prostate or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). The surgery reduces the symptoms of BPH highly. TURP is done under either epidural or a general anesthesia which takes about 60-90 minutes for performing the surgical procedure.
A Resectoscope or a combo of visual and surgical equipment is through the penis tip into the urethra. With the help of this instrument, the surgeon cut off the excessive prostate tissues and makes the urination easy. This helps in emptying the urinary bladder completely.
Uro-Andrology Clinic, Chennai, has been running by Dr. N. Anandan and he has been the visiting Urologist and Andrologist in many hospitals in Chennai. He is an expert in providing treatments to various urological, andrological problems especially benign prostatic hyperplasia treatments and surgery.

Mail us: drnanandan@gmail.com

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