Harvard Men's Health Watch

Anti-inflammatory drugs, the prostate, and the bladder

Two studies of men with benign prostatic hyperplasia who took NSAIDs found conflicting results: one group were more likely to suffer from acute urinary retention, while another showed a reduced risk of BPH symptoms.

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