• Disease & Nutrition1 year ago

    Everyone has a pair of kidneys.
    The job of the kidney is to remove waste.
    This is your body’s LOMA (Waste Management Company). Your blood is filtered through the kidneys several times each day. As the blood is filtered, urine is formed and stored in a temporary storage tank called the bladder.
    If there was no bladder, a man would walk on the road and his urine would keep dripping.
    Now think about the plumbing work in your home.
    Think of a urine bladder as an overhead storage tank.
    From the storage tank, a good plumber will run pipes to other parts of the house, including the kitchen.

    That pipe is called the urethra.
    Below the bladder and adjacent to the urethra is a small organ called the prostate gland.
    The prostate gland is the size of a walnut and weighs about 20 grams.
    Its job is to make seminal fluid that is stored in the seminal vesicle.
    During sexual intercourse, seminal fluid travels down the urethra and mixes with sperms produced in the testicles to form semen. So Tepen is not technically sperm.
    This is sperm + seminal fluid.
    Seminal fluid lubricates the sperm.
    After the age of 40, due to hormonal imbalance, the prostate gland starts to enlarge. From 20 grams it can increase to about 100 grams. As it grows, it squeezes the urethra and the man begins to notice changes in the way he urinates.
    If you have a son under 10, if he is a little naughty, we all did at that age, when he comes out to pee, he can aim at the ceiling and the jet hits the target. Call your father to do the same, he will not be able to because his urine stream is weak, cannot travel long distance and sometimes comes directly on his feet.
    So he may need to stand in an awkward position to urinate.
    Many people will not be concerned that their urine stream may not hit the ceiling. The toilets are on the floor and not on the ceiling. But other symptoms start showing up.

    Terminal Dripping:
    The man begins to notice that after urinating and reclining, urine still gets on his pants.
    This is why after a grown man urinates, he has to ring the bell. A little man just saves the last drop and walks away. Just an old man coming from the bathroom. Sometimes he may clutch newspaper closely to hide urine stains especially on colored trousers.
    At this point you wait a long time for urine to start to flow.
    There are 2 valves that must remain open for you to urinate – the internal and external summary.
    Both open but because of obstructions in the urethra, you wait a long time for flow to start.
    You get the feeling right after you put it on that there is still some left.
    As all these things happen, the bladder begins to work harder to compensate for the obstruction in the urethra. The frequency of urination increases. set in an instant. Sometimes you practically have to run to the toilet. Nocturia also becomes common.
    You get up to urinate more than 2 times during the night.
    Your wife starts complaining.
    Men being men also cannot talk to anyone at this point.
    Then the onset of more serious complications.
    Stored urine becomes infected and there may be a burning sensation when urinating.

    Stored urine crystal form. The crystals come together to form stones in the bladder or in the kidneys. Stones can block the urethra. In chronic urinary retention. The bladder stores more and more urine.
    Bladder size is 40 – 60cl.
    A bottle of Coke is 50cl.
    As the bladder stores more urine it can increase to 300cl.
    An overfilled bladder may leak and this leads to wet/urinary incontinence.
    Also the volume can put pressure on the kidneys and this can lead to kidney damage.
    What can land a man in the hospital is acute urinary retention.
    He wakes up one day and he is not able to pass urine.
    Everything being described above is associated with prostate enlargement, which is technically called benign prostate hyperplasia.

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