Prostate Health

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is a common and frustrating condition affecting men, mostly those over 40 years old. Cell proliferation can enlarge the prostate gland which then puts pressure on the urethra, and can cause weak urine flow, incomplete voiding, and frequent urination. More than half of North American men over 60 have symptoms of prostate enlargement. BPH is also considered a risk factor for prostate cancer.