During the segment, Dr. Anglade and host Shelley Wynter discussed a variety of topics including bladder conditions, PSA levels, and biopsies. Dr. Anglade also discussed treatment options for benign prostate hyperplasia and the symptoms of an enlarged prostate. Throughout the segment he emphasized the importance of being proactive in scheduling preventative prostate exams.
Dr. Anglade suggested that a diet lower in saturated fat, that is vegetable-based, and limited in alcohol and tobacco will greatly reduce the chances of men developing prostate issues. He stated, “The healthier you are in general, the healthier your prostate will be.”
Dr. Anglade and Shelley Wynters also celebrated the fact that Shelley is now cancer free. However, Dr. Anglade highlights the importance in continuing to follow up, to keep an eye on the prostate. He also states how more efficient tools such as blood tests and ultrasounds are now being used to help decide whether a second or third biopsy is necessary.
Dr. Anglade, who has been practicing urology for 22 years and specializes in men’s health, also took calls from listeners to answer their questions about urologic health.
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