Symptoms of Enlarged Prostate

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Frequent need to urinate: You may feel the need to urinate more often than before. It's like your bladder is sending messages to your brain more often.

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Difficulty starting urine: When you want to urinate, you may have difficulty starting urine. It is as if your body needs extra time to function.

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Weak or slow urine stream: The urine may come out weak or slow instead of a fast and steady stream. It's more like a slow stream instead of a full stream.

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Feeling of incomplete emptying: Even after passing urine, you may feel that there is still some urine left in your bladder. It is as if your bladder has not completely emptied.

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Urgency: Sometimes, you suddenly feel a strong and urgent need to urinate. It's like your bladder is in a hurry and wants you to find a bathroom right away.

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Nocturia: It means waking up at night to urinate. It can disturb your sleep and make you feel tired during the day.

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Dripping at the end: Even after urinating, a few drops of urine may come out slowly. It's like your bladder wants to keep going after it's done.

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Urinary Retention: This is when you feel the need to urinate, but nothing comes out or very little urine comes out. It is as if the door to your bladder is stuck and is not opening properly.

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Straining to urinate: You may have to strain or strain to start urinating, as if your body needs extra effort to push urine out.

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Urinary tract infection: An enlarged prostate can sometimes lead to a urinary tract infection, which can cause symptoms such as pain or burning during urination, cloudy urine, or fever.

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