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Reply WesleyNuh
9:01 AM on August 4, 2018 
Reply Albertthelt
8:01 PM on July 18, 2018 
The men's prostate is the central section of a male's the reproductive system. It secretes fluids that assisted in the transportation and activation of sperm. The prostate related is found just before the rectum, below the bladder and around the urethra. When there is prostate problem, it will always be very uncomfortable and inconvenient for your patient as his urinary method is directly affected.

The common prostate medical problems are prostate infection, enlarged prostate and prostate type of cancer.



Prostate infection, also referred to as prostatitis, is regarded as the common prostate-related condition in men younger than 55 years of age. Infections with the prostate related are classified into four types - acute bacterial prostatitis, chronic bacterial prostatitis, chronic abacterial prostatitis and prosttodynia.

Acute bacterial prostatitis is the least common of all types of prostate infection. It is brought on by bacteria based in the large intestines or urinary tract. Patients can experience fever, chills, body aches, back pains and urination problems. This condition is treated by making use of antibiotics or non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) to alleviate the swelling.

Chronic bacterial prostatitis is really a condition of a particular defect in the gland along with the persistence presence of bacteria within the urinary tract. It can be caused by trauma on the urinary tract or by infections originating from the rest in the body. A patient may feel testicular pain, lower back pains and urination problems. Although it is uncommon, it can be treated by removal of the prostate defect as well as the use antibiotics and NSAIDs to deal with the inflammation.

Non-bacterial prostatitis accounts for approximately 90% of most prostatitis cases; however, researchers have not even to create the causes of these conditions. Some researchers believe chronic non-bacterial prostatitis occur because of unknown infectious agents while other believe that intensive exercise and heavy lifting might cause these infections.

Maintaining a Healthy Prostate

To prevent prostate diseases, a suitable weight loss program is important. These are some from the actions you can take to maintain your prostate healthy.

1. Drink sufficient water. Proper hydration is essential for general health and this will also keep the urinary track clean.

2. Some studies declare that several ejaculations a week will prevent prostate type of cancer.

3. Eat steak in moderation. It has been shown that consuming a lot more than four meals of beef every week will heighten the risk of prostate diseases and cancer.

4. Maintain a proper diet with cereals, vegetable and fruits to be sure sufficient intake of nutrients required for prostate health.

The most critical measure to take to make sure a wholesome prostate would be to opt for regular prostate health screening. If you are forty years of age and above, you need to opt for prostate examination at least annually.
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Reply clintonbennett1020
5:25 PM on July 21, 2016 
I was at the Centre September 1978 to July 1979 followed by three years in Bangladesh. I was then part-time at Selly Oak between 1983 and 1989. I of course knew David although I did not know this at the time he lived quite near my future father-in-law's village. My wife is from Bangladesh. I haven't visited since 2000 although my wife was there about a year ago. Thanks for getting in touch.


Axel Bosselmann says...
you must have been at the Centre for Islamic Studies a bit before I got there from dublin;
I had already served in Bangladesh by that time; do you remember David Stockley ?
Hasan Askari was our mutual teacher that year
i went back to Bangladesh earlier this months; Archbishop Patrick is a personal friend of mine, as are Abed and Zafrullah Chowdhury.
Axel
Reply Axel Bosselmann
9:16 PM on July 20, 2016 
you must have been at the Centre for Islamic Studies a bit before I got there from dublin;
I had already served in Bangladesh by that time; do you remember David Stockley ?
Hasan Askari was our mutual teacher that year
i went back to Bangladesh earlier this months; Archbishop Patrick is a personal friend of mine, as are Abed and Zafrullah Chowdhury.
Axel
Reply clintonbennett1020
3:22 PM on January 27, 2016 
Blake says...
Clinton,

Hey, your "In Search of Jesus" book has gone out of print. I'm using again this semester and will continue to do so when this class is taught every 2 years. Can we figure out how my students can get this?

Blake


Dear Blake,

I'll contact Bloomsbury and see if they will reprint. Hope you are well. Meanwhile, Amazon may have second hand copies for sale.
Reply Blake
3:12 PM on January 27, 2016 
Clinton,

Hey, your "In Search of Jesus" book has gone out of print. I'm using again this semester and will continue to do so when this class is taught every 2 years. Can we figure out how my students can get this?

Blake
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Reply Shabbir Akhtar
7:46 PM on August 4, 2011 
Pax tibi Clinton! Our mutual friend Dr Justin Meggitt of Cambridge mentioned that you were teaching there. I still recall our correspondence and I still regard 'Victorian Images' as a landmark study. I know you have written a lot for Contiunuum and I hope to reap the benefit of your work, one day soon. With salaam, Shabbir (Akhtar)
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