Male Voiding Dysfunction

It is a condition which occurs due to reduced coordination between the bladder muscle and urethra; leading to partial relaxation or over activity of pelvic floor muscles during voiding. This condition can happen during bladder filling, emptying, post urination or as a combination. There are different reasons like an enlarged prostate due to benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) (LINK) or prostatitis. Less common reasons include urethral stricture (scar tissue), bladder stones or bladder tumors (benign or cancer). Voiding dysfunction is specifically characterized by neuro-sensory dysregulation which results in sensory instability, inappropriate bladder contractions, bladder hyperreflexia or poor bladder compliance. Based on the reason and age of men treatment strategies can be planned like removal of benign prostate tumor, behavioral change in young men.

Related Journals of Male Voiding Dysfunction

Journal of Nephrology & Therapeutics, Medical & Surgical Urology, Journal of Clinical & Experimental Nephrology, Andrology-Open Access, Indian Journal of urology, Kidney Disorders and Clinical practices, Japanese Journal of Nephrology, Journal of Renal Care, Nephro-Urology Monthly


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