General information on Prostatic Hyperplasia
Prostatic Hyperplasia is a condition in male dogs where the prostate gland becomes enlarged. The condition may be caused by a hormonal imbalance.
Symptoms of Prostatic Hyperplasia
Symptoms of Prostatic Hyperplasia include difficulty in urinating, dribbling and straining to urinate.
Treatments for Prostatic Hyperplasia
There are several treatments for Prostatic Hyperplasia including castration. Castration will cause a permanent reduction of the swollen prostate gland. If you donít want to castrate the dog, your vet will need to determine if the swelling is not caused by a tumor and then possibly administer female hormones.
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