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Year : 2012  |  Volume : 6  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 26-30

An evidence based case study of benign prostatic hyperplasia

1 , India
2 ,

Correspondence Address:
Girish Gupta
Homoeopathic Research Foundation, B-1/41, Sec.-A, Aliganj, Kapoorthala, Lucknow-226024
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Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) has been the most frequent reason for elderly men undergoing surgery. BPH symptoms range from least voiding difficulties to urinary retention and renal failure. In this case of BPH, subjective measures such as changes in International Prostatic Symptom Score / American Urological Association Assessment (IPSS/AUA), and objective measures such as changes in prostate size and urinary flow rate were assessed, as the successful management and treatment of BPH should seek both to improve symptoms and prevent disease progression. The case was treated with Lycopodium, a homoeopathic medicine reported here. This case shows the efficacy of medicine in both subjective and objective parameters without surgical intervention.

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