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Enlarged prostate gland

prostatic hypertrophy

A benign (non-cancerous) enlargement of the prostate is accompanied by an increase in number of cells of the connective tissue and of muscle cells, as well as of the periurethral gland. It is one of the most frequent reasons for urinary dysfunction. Causes for the development of this illness are not known yet. The process generally begins in a man's 40s to 50s and evolves very slowly. It can not be considered an illness, unless accompanied by symptoms as nocturnal enuresis, urine retention, impended urinary flow and leading to an increased need for frequent urination. Sometimes a development of the disease may start completely without symptoms but suddenly changes over to chronicle urine retention with overflow incontinence. If left untreated, the prostate can basically grow until it closes up the bladder neck, which can lead to fatal kidney failure.

Within the scope of the REGENA-Therapy the following REGENAPLEX remedy can be used: