Men over the age of 40 may be prone to some unpleasant diseases. Usually, such males have achieved their goals or are generating a flood of activities. Therefore, they do not give attention to ‘trifles’. The increased frequency of WC visits or the need to strain a little while urinating may be ignored. As a result, many unhappy patients hear from the doctor an unpleasant diagnosis: benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).

Many myths and rumors have grown around this male disease. Some facts are undeniable. But some speculations are misleading and can be harmful.