Dr. Gregg Eure

By Valder Beebe

Dr. Gregg Eure

In June, when our nation celebrated fathers for Father’s Day, numerous social media posts of well-wishes for fathers who are healthy or ill, inspired the Valder Beebe Show, as our audience is comprised of 89.9 percent Baby-Boomers. We wanted to have a discussion of the recent survey results conducted by eleflex Incorporated (NYSE:TFX). The survey of approximately 1,000 U.S. men, age 45+, with at least one urinary symptom common with BPH. Survey results show men with urinary symptoms: and treatment can help restore quality of life.

Are you or someone you love an extreme bathroom planner? If you’re a man over the age of 45 experiencing urgent or frequent urinary symptoms, or if you feel like you’re spending a lot of time planning your next bathroom trip, it might be time to talk to your doctor about your prostate health. Urinary symptoms in aging men could signal a common men’s health condition called benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), also known as an enlarged prostate. BPH affects over 40% of men in their 50s and 80% of men in their 70s.1,2 Men with BPH often experience bothersome urinary symptoms, such as an urgent or frequent need to urinate, which can significantly impact their quality of life. Whether they limit the amount they drink to plan for interrupted sleep, or purposefully seek out and stay close to the bathroom, extreme bathroom planning to accommodate their urinary needs can impact their normal daily activities.

In the studio to explain this common men’s health condition, Dr. Gregg R. Eure, MD, FACS, Urology of Virginia, offers expertise in adult urology with special interest in BPH, prostate disease, erectile dysfunction and men’s health. Dr. Eure is research chairman for the Urology of Virginia Research Department and a worldwide leader in investigating minimally invasive treatments for BPH.— Dr. Gregg Eure publicists provided text in conjunction with the Valder Beebe Show

VBS: As a well-known urologist would you explain what prostrate problems men’s suffer from most.

GE: All men have a prostrate and about in half of them it enlarges due to age. With the enlargement it blocks the urinary tract of over half the men in the United States as they age.

VBS: Are common prostrate problems because men are living longer?

GE: Not because men are living longer, but yes they are living longer but because they age. With this medical awareness there are processes and systems to deal with this common problem. There are innovative and revolutionary care to combat this problem.

VBS: How important is it for men to address this common problem?

GE: Ignoring symptoms, for example frequent trips to the bathroom impacts others and the man’s life, also. You can see your ………..

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