IPSS: International Prostate Symptoms
Score; TUIP: transurethral incision of the prostate; QoL: quality of life; Qmax: peak flow rate; PVR: post-void residual urine volume.
As we get older prostate symptoms
may become more obvious and should be checked out immediately
In the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study, men who reported eating six servings of vegetables a day had an 11 percent lower risk of prostate symptoms
than men who said they ate no more than 1 1/2 servings a day.
7) High correlation between diagnosis based on medical history, serum PSA, digital rectal examination (DRE) and International Prostate Symptom
Score (IPSS) and those based on various investigations including ultrasonography and uroflowmetry has been demonstrated.
The participants in our study report a true lifestyle-changing effect after this treatment, with some men stopping medication for their prostate symptoms
altogether," said Bagla.
Among more than 4,700 men in the Prostate Cancer Prevention Trial, those who were taking at least 10 micrograms of selenium in supplements every day were just as likely to report prostate symptoms
over a nine-year period as those who were taking less than 10 mcg.
Subjective scales for the evaluation of prostate symptoms
and quality of life parameters where conducted at each visit, along with measurements of urodynamic parameters.
He and associates at 25 European centers studied about 1,000 men with mild symptoms of bladder outlet obstruction--defined as an International Prostate Symptoms
Score (IPSS) less than 8--and found that 30% of them progressed within a mean of 4 years to an IPSS of 8 or higher, which usually triggers medical therapy.
The AUA has developed a symptom index, International Prostate Symptom
Score (IPSS), to help categorize enlarged prostate symptoms
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Doxazosin is approved for both hypertension and prostate symptoms
but rarely is used as monotherapy for hypertension.
5-10 ng/mL, Qmax >5 and less than or equal to 15 mL/sec with a minimum voided volume greater than or equal to 125 mL and International Prostate Symptom
Score (IPSS) greater than or equal to 12] with moderate-to-severe enlarged prostate symptoms
received placebo for four weeks and were then randomized to receive AVODART 0.
After a run-in period with four weekly injections of placebo, 140 patients with an international prostate symptoms
score (I-PSS) >= 13 and a peak urinary flow rate (PFR) 5-13 ml/s were randomly allocated to four treatment groups.