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BPH – Epidemiology



The epidemiology, again, is the prostate’s response to testosterone as it ages. And generally, it manifests most commonly, just like prostate cancer, in middle-aged to elderly men. Younger men can have evidence of BPH at the cellular level, but it’s unusual for it to translate into significant urinary symptoms. And the usual symptoms that people will complain about would be urinary frequency, can’t hold the urine, getting up at night, and in more severe cases, really slow urinary flow, sensation of not being able to empty the bladder, and, complete inability to empty the bladder.

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