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Diagnosed with enlarged prostate but all other tests blood, sugar, liver have been correct. Taking tomato based food

I understand that tomato based food can cause frequent urination My problem is that I eat one or two tomatoes a day I have a healthy diet ie eat lots of grain pulses fruit and vegetables But I also drink three or four cups of tea a day The tea we make at home is mixed with fresh ginger and cardammon So when I feel like peeing I can not hold it for too long otherwise I drip on my way to the WC I am 70 years old I have been diagnosed with enlarged prostate but all my other tests blood sugar liver have been correct Any suggestion as to what is happening to me I pee quite frequently, every two or three hours. At night when I wake up to go pee, the urine comes out very slowly and at times it slows down a little bit more. I am 70 years old and I have been diagnosed with enlarged prostate. Other tests have been correct. I have no other disease, I eat very healthy, lots of grain, pulses, vegetables, fruit. Any suggestion as to what seems to be wrong with me? Thank you
Asked On : Mon, 4 Apr 2011
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Thanks for query,
I do not think that tomato produce more urination.
Your problem is definitely due to prostate,
if surgeon does not advice surgery then go for medicines are available and gives good result.
ok and bye.
Answered: Sun, 10 Jul 2011
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