Congratulations on taking the first step to addressing your urinary symptoms. It�s time for you to get Back to Life Without Interruptions. Did you know that nearly 70 percent of men change their daily routine to compensate for the need to urinate frequently?1  You are not alone! You may suffer from this symptom in addition to a weak urine stream or the loss of the ability to urinate. These problems may be associated with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), or commonly known as an enlarged prostate, a condition often misunderstood as merely a sign of aging. To learn more about BPH please call 866-543-6461 ext 116. 
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Men�s Health Network (MHN) is excited to extend the Back to Life Without Interruptions campaign by providing you with a wealth of valuable information and resources on BPH (September is Prostate Awareness Month). Our goal is to help find the ways you can live without the symptoms that have disrupted your life.

We know how difficult this topic can be for you to discuss so we have provided a state-by-state directory of doctors to help you find a physician in your area with the expertise for this condition. We also encourage you to complete the U-Check screening tool and bring it to your doctor�s visit to discuss your symptoms in detail for an appropriate diagnosis.

Click on the buttons provided to learn more about this program and how to get Back to Your Life Without Interruptions!

Back to Life Without Interruptions is made possible by the campaign sponsor, sanofi-aventis U.S. LLC

BPH Fast Facts

  • What is BPH? - Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), a noncancerous enlargement of the prostate gland. BPH is not prostate cancer and it is not a sign that cancer will develop. However, both conditions may co-exist and certain symptoms may be similar.
  • How many men are affected? � According to the National Institute of Health, BPH affects more than 50 percent of men over age 60 and as many as 90 percent of men over age 70.2
  • What are some BPH symptoms? � Symptoms for this condition include frequent urination, urgency, nocturia, hesitancy, intermittency, feeling of incomplete emptying of the bladder, and a weak stream.3