Men with early-stage prostate cancer could seek out focal therapy, an alternative to surgery and radiotherapy with few side effects.
Men with enlarged prostates that are causing urinary problems could consider implants called UroLift for relief.
Dietary changes such as cutting back on salt and animal protein, and drinking about 2.5 litres to 3 litres of water per day, can reduce the risk of developing kidney stones.
Benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH), a condition where an enlarged but non-cancerous prostate causes urinary problems, is extremely common among older men.
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