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                                                          Enlarged Prostate Factors
                                                                    By Allen Gelbl

   There are thousands and quite possibly millions of men who are suffering with an enlarged prostate
at this very moment. Also known as benign prostatic hyperplasia, or BPH, this condition affects most
males over the age of 40, and more commonly over the age of 60. While being diagnosed with this
might scare men, it is not a sign of future prostate cancer.

 It is known that men produce a male hormone called testosterone, which is also the most important
chemical in their body. Men also produce a very small amount of the female hormone estrogen. As a
man ages, his amounts of active testosterone will decrease. The ending result is a higher level of
estrogen. Some research studies have shown that when there is a higher amount of estrogen, it might
promote more growth of cells in the prostate, which later results in BPH. There is another theory that
suggests that when dihydrotestosterone accumulates within the prostate, cell growth is also promoted.

 It has been studied and revealed that a man’s age plays an important role in determining if he will
have an enlarged prostate. This is one of the most common risk factors associated with BPH. There
have also been studies that have proven that if other men in your family have had an enlarged
prostate, then you are at a higher risk as well.

 Even after you have your enlarged prostate treated, there will be a certain amount of risk factors that
follow you through the rest of your life. Many men have complained of having a larger amount of
urinary tract infections after being diagnosed with an enlarged prostate, frequent urination problems,
and other bladder related issues.

 In order to prevent certain risk factors from coming true, it is important for each man to have annual
check-ups of the prostate as well as tests. The proper precautions are much smarter than waiting until
a complication occurs to have your prostate checked. There are many health insurance companies that
require their patients to have annual prostate check-ups if they are over a certain age or else they
could have a higher premium. It is best to go ahead and have the evaluation conducted instead of
taking the risk.

 The good news is that if you have all of the risk factors and you are diagnosed with an enlarged
prostate, there are two types of medication to help reduce the size of the prostate and alleviate the
pains of an enlarged prostate. Finasteride helps reduce the size of the prostate while Alpha-blockers

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help relax the muscles at the neck of the bladder to make urination a simpler task.

 When the medication does not work, there are two types of surgical procedures that can be
conducted. One procedure involves scraping away at the prostate to reduce the size. Since this can be
painful after the anesthetics wear off, many men are opting for another procedure. This involves
making a few small cuts around the prostate to help alleviate the pressure on the bladder. There are
many factors that are involved with an enlarged prostate. Make sure that you are taking the necessary
precautions to prevent yourself from going through this painful situation.

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                    Studies Show Lycopene is Ineffective For Enlarged Prostate
                                               By Allen Gelbl

Once an individual is diagnosed with having an enlarged prostate, there are several treatments
available today. While some of these treatments are through a physician, some are also natural.

 However, one of these natural remedies or treatments is known as saw palmetto. Scientifically, saw
palmetto has the ingredient known as Lycopene. When men suffer from BPH or benign prostate
hypertrophy, which is an enlarged prostate, the approach of natural treatments can sometimes be in

 Although Lycopene has some of the natural causes to reduce the pain or discomfort of an enlarged
prostate, it will not cure the enlarged prostate as many individuals assume.

 Studies have proven that in those individuals who have used Lycopene as a treatment, after a certain
amount of time will no longer feel the Lycopene as easing the discomfort. Instead, the side effects
cause more discomfort. For example, when urinating using Lycopene causes a burning sensation as
well as having the enlarged prostate. The Lycopene does not reduce the size of the enlarged prostate
whatsoever. These studies concluded that Lycopene, also known as saw palmetto, causes more
discomfort to an individual, and more harm than good.

 And yet, there are those individuals that insist the Lycopene is effective and useful for a healthy
prostate. Unfortunately, that is the misconception. It is effective for a prostate, which is if the prostate is
already healthy. The ingredients found in Lycopene, or saw palmetto, are natural ingredients or herbs
that assist in the health of the prostate.

 However, as far as reducing the size of an enlarged prostate it does not help according to research. In
some situations, individuals who use Lycopene for longer periods of time with an already enlarged
prostate literally cause the condition or discomfort to be worse. The conditions often tend to be more
intense; frequent burning sensations when urinating, frequently urinating, abdominal pain, and other
side effects.

 Researchers are not telling individuals that Lycopene doesn’t aid in the health of a prostate. Rather,
these researchers who have done several studies are telling individuals that Lycopene does not aid in
the treatment of an enlarged prostate.

 In addition, individuals that disagree with the studies and research have not used the Lycopene
enough to feel or see the results from long-term use. However, according to these studies the effects
will show eventually.

 In very few cases did the Lycopene actually have any real impact on the enlarged prostate. The
enlarged prostate already diagnosed by a physician is going to give the individual discomfort and pain.
And studies show for a short time the Lycopene eases the discomfort, only to produce more discomfort
after a long period of use.

These studies suggest that there are many alternatives for treatment of an enlarged prostate, and
when an individual is diagnosed with an enlarged prostate the best suggestion is the advice of the

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physician. Lycopene is only temporary and has been proven ineffective for the enlarged prostate in
many ways. There are several web sites and pamphlets that discuss the ineffectiveness of Lycopene
for the enlarged prostate as well. This informs individuals who do have an enlarged prostate of the pros
and cons of using Lycopene as treatment.

For more information on Prostate Glands visit http://www.ProstateOlympus.com For more inormation
on Prostate Problems visit http://www.prostate-problems-a-to-z.org

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