What is a prostatectomy

What is a prostatectomy

What is a prostatectomy? Prostatectomy is an operation in which the prostate is completely or partially removed with the aid of general anesthesia. Read More


How to treat incontinence after prostate surgery?

How to treat incontinence after prostate surgery?

How to treat incontinence after prostate surgery, or prostatectomy? It should persist if you want to get good results, because it takes a long time to build up weakened muscles. You will have to give 3 to 6 months of practice of this exercise with the perineal muscles, and surely you will achieve good results. Read More


Know what causes acute bacterial prostatitis - the most common symptoms and its treatment

Know what causes acute bacterial prostatitis - the most common symptoms and its treatment

Know what causes acute bacterial prostatitis, the most common symptoms and its treatment. Acute prostatitis is an uncommon condition. It is caused by bacteria that come from the intestine and infiltrate the urinary system, either through the urethra, the bloodstream or the lymphatic fluid. In addition, there is sometimes a link with microorganisms that trigger a sexually transmitted disease - as in the case of gonorrhea or chlamydia infections. Finally, it also happens that the candida fungus can be the cause. Read More


Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)

Learn what causes Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), most common symptoms and treatment. The prostate naturally increases in volume as a man ages. The prostate can range from the size of a chestnut to that of an apple. It’s called that - hyperplasia. Read More


Syndrome of Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS)  (or prostatodynia)

Syndrome of Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS) (or prostatodynia)

Male chronic pelvic pain syndrome is defined as chronic pain, pressure or discomfort located in the pelvis, perineum, or genital organs, lasting more than three months, and is not caused by easily explainable causes (infection, neoplasia, or structural abnormality). Read More