Anyone with a prostate who lives long enough is likely to develop an enlarged prostate gland, a condition known as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). But the condition is different from prostate cancer, and treatment depends on a person’s symptoms.
At least half of people with an enlarged prostate don’t have any symptoms at all, and they typically don’t require treatment, urologist Don Arnold, II, MD, chief of surgery for Southern Illinois Healthcare Herrin Hospital and Southern Illinois Health Memorial Hospital of Carbondale, tells LIVESTRONG.com.
Many mild symptoms — such as a frequent or urgent need to urinate — can be managed without medications or surgery. Here, we’ll look at home remedies that may help you manage symptoms and shrink an enlarged prostate naturally.
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