Posted by: Tantric prostate therapy 84334199 | May 23, 2017

The Prostate Gland

Prostatic Gland

It is a glandular part of the reproductive system.  
It sits underneath the bladder, embraces the urethra 
(the tube that drains urine and semen out of the body). 
And shares the same membrane wall as the rectum.  
This men gland consists of several glandular lobes and is 
encased in a membrane called the stroma.  Part of the urethra tube  
passes through the prostate and is known as the prostatic urethra.

Sitting next to the prostatic gland there are  
other glands all connected in the production and 
draining of reproductive fluids, the seminal vesicles, 
cowpers glands, and the vas deferences.  

In general most men's prostate gland tend to  grow as they grow older.  
In a baby the prostate weighs just  a few grams.  
It grows under hormonal influence just at pre-puberty and in the mid life.  In pre puberty under the increase production of testosterone and in mid life it may be due to hormonal  imbalances between estrogen and testosterone production.  Men with low testosterone are more prone to enlarge prostate. Possibly can be due to estrogen production  remaining the same as the testosterone production drops. In a man estrogen is produced in the adrenal glands sitting above the kidneys.  Because generally speaking estrogen is a growth hormone.

Most men are for most part of their life not even aware 
they have this gland until it starts giving them discomfort and even pain.
Posted by: Tantric prostate therapy 84334199 | May 23, 2017

BHP – what to do

The main health issues with the prostate are:-

BHP  enlarged prostate  benign prostate hyperplasia
Prostatic infection - bacterial and non bacterial
Prostate tumor
Prostate cancer

BHP  enlarged prostate (benign prostatic hyperplasia)

For many older men urinating can become quite troublesome 
due to a blockage caused by an enlarged prostate. This is known as BHP.  
This condition not only interferes with the urine process but can go 
on to becoming more serious and causing kidney stones, urogenital infection.
The problem may range from having frequent urination  especially at night, 
weak urine flow, low urine volume and the feeling that the bladder is always
quite not empty.
Diet and lifestyle may contribute to an enlarged prostate, inertia, not
enough exercise, too much fatty meaty foods, processed foods and maybe
posture.
Many surgeries can be done to correct an enlarged prostate, laser, 
heating, freezing and the more common procedure is called TURP - 
transurethral resection of the prostate. This requires general anesthesia, 
hospital stay and the use of a  foley catheter for a day or two.  
In this surgery the enlarged prostate is being shaved and the chips 
are washed away and some will be taken away  for biopsy.  And sometimes  
in a small percentage of men repeat operation  may be require several years 
in the future.

 Another operation less invasive and is done  under local anesthesia is 
known as the urolift. Where the surgeon  insert tack like implants to pin 
the prostate up against its own wall membrane lifting it up  to allow more 
space for the urethra to allow better urine flow. This procedure is less 
invasive than most others. 

This is more flexible as it is a day procedure, not so invasive and the
tack like implants can be removed anytime if the patient so wish. Best of
all this will leave your sexual and urinal performance intact.  Unlike
some other procedure, the sexual performance afterwards
may be changed that is the man can no longer ejaculate like
before although orgasm is still 
possible but it will be a dry retrograde ejaculation.

As with any surgical procedure always 
seek out the surgeons who has had the most hands on experience to 
get better results.
 Disclaimer! I am not a medical please check with your doctor for your
 health issues.
Posted by: Tantric prostate therapy 84334199 | January 7, 2011

Prostate Anomalies

The Main anomalies are:-

enlarged prostate

prostatitis or prostate infection

prostate tumour

prostate cancer

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