How Does Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy Affect Premature Ejaculation?

  • September 18, 2013
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If you’re suffering from an enlarged prostate (also known as benign prostatic hypertropy, or BPH), chances are you are also having problems with premature ejaculation.  Recent breakthroughs have brought to light that having an enlarged prostate can actually interfere with a man’s ejaculation process.  The prostate actually harbours and creates 95% of what is released from the body during a man’s orgasm. Your body’s ability to balance out these prostate enzymes is essentially in control of whether you reach ejaculation or not.

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Medical conditions that lead to Premature Ejaculation

The enzymes associated with the balance of prostate control are acid phospatase and alpha-glucosidase.  It is interesting to note that continued studies on these enzymes have shown that at least 30% of men who exhibit lower levels will have problems with premature ejaculation.

Symptoms and Warning Signs of Premature Ejaculation caused by BPH

Treatment for premature ejaculation and impotency is an option for most men, but if you’re experiencing any of these symptoms along with these sexual dysfunctions; then you could be suffering from an enlarged prostate (also known as benign prostatic hypertropy, or BPH) and not know it.

  • Problems initiating a stream of urine
  • Episodes of continued flow of urine even after completion
  • Weak urinary system
  • Feeling of urgency to go, especially at night
  • Straining during urination
  • Not being able to empty your bladder completely after urination

Prostate Growth and Overstimulation

Science has yet to narrow down as to the exact answer for continued growth of the prostate gland.  For right now it remains somewhat of a mystery.  What we do know is that as a man goes through life, there are various phases of prostate growth occurring.  Before males are born, their prostate weighs about 1.5 grams.  This increases in size during stages of puberty and generally speaking by the age of 35 reaches about 18 grams.  In rare instances, that number can reach as high as 31 grams.  Basically, what these studies have shown us is that men who masturbated heavily or who started before puberty maintain higher levels of Dihydrotestosterone (DHT).   The role of DHT is basically a male androgen hormone that assists in regulating the adrenal gland, hair follicles, and testes and prostrate. Having inflated DHT levels can cause a man to start having prostate problems at a much younger age.

The Testosterone Conversion Factor

Testosterone is responsible for a lot of functions in the male body and one of the main functions is the ejaculation process.  Testosterone production can be influenced by factors such as excessive masturbation.  If a man has an addiction that is hard for him to control, his prostate then has to work harder to convert his testosterone into the DHT that his body needs.  Consequentially, higher levels of DHT will cause the prostate to tighten and enlarge.  This enlargement then leads to problems with a sexual dysfunction such as premature ejaculation.  If you are experiencing an enlargement in your prostate gland or problems with urination, it is best to consult a medical provider immediately.  Premature ejaculation treatment is available, but an enlarged prostate can lead to bigger and more serious problems such as prostate cancer. Doctors working at Viamed Australia have experience in dealing with men suffering from a combination of these problems. For information and a confidential consultation, get in touch with them today.

Alan Oak is a gifted motivator which comes in handy during battles that aren't going the readers way. Alan writes for Viamed Australia.

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