BPH is a condition that occurs in men when the prostate gland is enlarged but not cancerous. Factors such as family history, lifestyle, and your overall medical condition can affect your risk for developing BPH.
The occurrence and severity of BPH symptoms vary, but it does tend to increase with age.
Are you experiencing any of these lower urinary tract problems typical of an enlarged prostate?
- Inability to completely empty your bladder
- Frequent urination at night
- Weak, interrupted urine stream
- Dribbling of urine
- Urinary tract infections
If you experience even minor urinary difficulties, the choice to consult with a board-certified urology specialist is a wise one. You can have your symptoms and health condition evaluated for the best options to keep your urinary and reproductive systems healthy and your quality of life unhindered.
It’s important to be diagnosed as early as possible if you are experiencing lower urinary tract symptoms typical of prostate enlargement. Left untreated, BPH can lead to tremendous discomfort, inadequate sexual function, and serious health consequences.
Getting Early Treatment Can Minimize the Consequences of BPH
Dr. Jeffrey Toubin is a board-certified urologist specializing in male genitourinary health and treatment of BPH. He is the first doctor in North Texas to help over 300 patients with the successful treatment of BPH utilizing the UroLift® System. Dr. Toubin takes urinary and reproductive health seriously and concentrates on establishing an accurate diagnosis and providing the best treatment alternatives to all men in the Dallas area who experience symptoms of BPH.Learn More About Dr. Toubin