The Prostate, What You Don't Know Could Kill You

Written by Jeff Cuckson

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These are two other main prostate problems

1) BPH - (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia) isrepparttar abnormal growth of benign prostate cells. In an enlarged prostate ,repparttar 146659 prostate grows larger and pushes againstrepparttar 146660 urethra and bladder, blockingrepparttar 146661 normal flow of urine. BPH is oftenrepparttar 146662 result of prostatitis.

2) Prostatitis refers to prostate inflammation and infection, which can be brief or long-lasting, mild or severe symptoms can include frequent, urgent and painful urination, erectile problems or pain >during ejaculation.

Prostatitis is rampant inrepparttar 146663 US, affecting at least 80% of American men. Most is without major symptoms. Prostate enlargement, called Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy (BPH) is oftenrepparttar 146664 result of prostatitis.

Treatment for Prostate Cancer

The treatment given for prostate cancer depends on how advanced or widespreadrepparttar 146665 disease is. Ifrepparttar 146666 cancer is small and only present withinrepparttar 146667 prostate gland, it is possible to treat it with

surgery (radical prostatectomy) radiotherapy (either external beam radiotherapy or brachytherapy) hormone therapy

I sincerely hope that this article can be of use to you, your partner, someone in your family or indeed a close friend.

Health to me is both physical and mental. The two cannot be separated. May I leave you with what I regardrepparttar 146668 finest bits of advice for life

************************************************************** If I were asked to give what I considerrepparttar 146669 single most useful bit of advice for all humanity it would be this: Expect trouble as an inevitable part of life and when it comes, hold your head high, look it squarely inrepparttar 146670 eye and say, "I will be bigger than you. You cannot defeat me." Ann Landers ***************************************************************

I wish you perfect health and piece of mind in all that you do.

Jeff Cuckson ************************************** Discover Real People With Stories Of Success In Getting Back To Good Health. Go Visit NOW! **************************************

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Opioid Pain Management and our Economy.

Written by Esther Watson

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In my opinion pain medications are recreational and I canít picture people using it for other reasons then pain or great discomfort. I do understand that people with emotional pain may be tempted to continue using these medications as narcotics also numb feelings and not only physical pain. Opium derivatives such as Hydrocodone have proven very effective against depression in various studies but use by such patients is only recommended under close supervision as they may quickly increase dosage or do things one would regret since depressed people may be suicidal or have suicidal thoughts.

I do not promote any form of illegal activity but I do strongly believe that pain patients haverepparttar right to proper pain relief. Although there are many people that obtain medications illegally it is a mistake to assume that all these medications are being abused or being used for recreational use.

Many patients that can not afford expensive clinics are treating their conditions with medications ordered onrepparttar 146646 internet without prescription or by using medical phone consultations whererepparttar 146647 doctor talks torepparttar 146648 patients and evaluatesrepparttar 146649 complaint. Usually this concerns patients that have been prescribed these treatments before but they can not affordrepparttar 146650 local pain clinic or doctor any longer.

Also non-addictive medications such as amoxicillin and others are often bought online to save money onrepparttar 146651 medication and consultation. Just because some substances are controlled does not mean that they are bought with intention of abuse. Another important factor isrepparttar 146652 convenience. If you have 2 kids to take care of and you need to work 60 hours per week to payrepparttar 146653 bills taking a day off is almost impossible, not to mention regular visits and check-ups.

There will always be people that abuse substances and those arerepparttar 146654 people that may cause problems and get inrepparttar 146655 news, yet millions of tablets and capsules are sold to legit pain patients from which you never hear anything negative as they often are respected members of our society.

In my humble opinionrepparttar 146656 most dangerous substance and biggest killer is alcohol; easily available in almost every supermarket at low prices destroying thousands of lives each year, yet werepparttar 146657 freedom to buy and consume alcohol without permission. Violence, liver disease, car accidents, death, heart attacks, strokes and broken families are only some ofrepparttar 146658 results of consistent alcohol abuse.

Cigarettes can be bought even though they harm your body and are likely to cause cancer over time. Why is it a crime for adults to obtain pain medication to improverepparttar 146659 quality of a life if we donít misbehave and are functional within society? People would be able to do their jobs better andrepparttar 146660 amount of Ďsick daysí would reduce savingrepparttar 146661 company money and improving economics in general.

In addition medication is functional whereas alcohol and cigarettes do not have any medical use and only cause damage to ones health. Restricting sales of pain and anxiety medication to legit adult patients by scaring doctors resulting in outrageous high prices for consultations and medications will only cause friction within our society and create a bigger distance betweenrepparttar 146662 poor andrepparttar 146663 rich.

Esther Watson

Ms. E. Watson is currently 34 years of age and has been writing content for health related websites since 2003. Ms. Watson has written her latest articles for and can be contacted at

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