BPH (or Benign Prostatic
Hyperplasia) just means that
your prostate is getting bigger.2


BPH doesn’t affect all men, but the older you get, the higher the incidence.1
Typically for men, the prostate doubles in size between the ages of 21 to 50, and then again between 51 to 80 years old.2
logo
The prostate surrounds the urethra. If the prostate gets too big,
urination can become difficult2
...
BPH is a progressive disease.1

Meaning that if the symptoms of BPH aren’t managed early, they’re likely to get worse1

...
Severe cases can lead to acute urinary retention.1

This may be flagged as a medical emergency, and may potentially involve surgery.1

...
BPH shouldn’t be confused with prostate cancer.2

Although it’s possible for both BPH and prostate cancer to coexist in one's body.2


Symptoms of BPH can include:1,2

logo
Difficulty with starting the flow of urine
img
logo
Needing to strain when starting to urinate
img
logo
Slow or dribbling urine flow
img
logo
Feeling that your bladder isn’t empty even though you just urinated
img
logo
An urgent need to urinate
img
logo
Frequent daytime and night-time urination

BPH is a highly
manageable condition!2


Take the FREE symptoms severity test and consult with
a doctor to get ahead of the curve.