Report estimates high prevalence of BPH in coming years
When a man begins experiencing urinary problems, the kind often associated with benign prostatic hyperplasia, he often feels embarrassed and doesn't want to discuss the matter with anyone.
When a man begins experiencing urinary problems, the kind often associated with benign prostatic hyperplasia, he often feels embarrassed and doesn't want to discuss the matter with anyone. This may prevent him from going to the doctor to discuss a prescription to buy Flomax. Yet, new evidence suggests that the condition is far more common than most individuals would think.
The market research firm Reportlinker recently released a report indicating that there were more than 79 million men diagnosed with BPH in the seven largest markets - U.S., Japan, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK - in 2010.
Furthermore, the paper expects that number to grow exponentially over the course of the next 20 years. By 2020, the researchers believe that 92.4 million men in the seven countries will experience the condition. Roughly half of these cases will occur in the U.S.
With numbers like these, men don't have to be worried about talking to their doctor about a prescription to buy Flomax. Chances are, the physician has seen many patients suffering from BPH and will not be surprised to hear another individual begin discussing the symptoms.
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