(BPH Causes) Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia Causes
The BPH causes are unknown but occur in mostly all aging men. BPH is the non-malignant enlargement of the prostate gland, which causes problems relating to urination in men.
BPH is not seen in men whose testicles were removed before puberty. Some researchers, therefore, think that age and testicles are the main BPH causes.
Another one of the BPH causes according to researchers could be a higher level of estrogen as men age. Men produce testosterone throughout their lives and a small amount of estrogen, which is a female hormone. As men age, the level of testosterone produced reduces, thus the proportion of estrogen increases. This higher proportion of estrogen in prostate might lead to an increase in substances, which leads to a growth of prostate cells.