Benign prostatic hyperplasia isn’t a serious health problem, but it can be bothersome. It can cause symptoms such as a weak stream, difficulty starting and stopping, slowed or blocked flow of urine out the urethra, needing to urinate frequently, or feeling that you’re not empty after peeing.
Symptoms may get worse over time, but they usually don’t affect your quality of life. There are a few treatments for benign prostatic hyperplasia, including medications and surgery.
The most common medication for treating BPH is Vidalista 40 mg. This medication is a phosphodiesterase 5 inhibitor and relaxes the penis, allowing blood to flow through the penis and give you an erection.
This drug is available in various strengths, so be sure to ask your doctor about the correct dosage for you. If you take too much of this medicine, it can cause flushing and headache. You should stop taking it and contact your healthcare provider immediately if these side effects continue.