In the past few months, men have been complaining of dry skin and sore skin around their temples and neck.
A new study suggests that they may be suffering from some of the same symptoms as men who have prostate cancer.
The study, published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, compared the symptoms of men who had prostate cancer with those of men with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), the most common form of the disease.
The findings were based on data from more than 1,400 men from the US, Germany and the UK.
“We found that prostate cancer patients with BPH reported significantly more dry skin on average and more sore skin than those with benign prostate hyperplasmosis,” said lead author Dr. James R. Johnson, a professor of dermatology at the University of California, Los Angeles.
“In contrast, benign prostate cancer treated patients did not show these changes.”
The study also showed that the severity of dryness was related to the presence of BPH.
“Dry skin can be a symptom of BPS, but not of benign prostasis,” Johnson said.
“The fact that dry skin was significantly more common in benign prostate than benign prostasitis suggests that this is the most significant difference between the two.”BPH is a disease of the prostate gland that can lead to damage to the prostate’s surface epithelium, which makes it difficult for the blood to flow properly.
The damage leads to a narrowing of the urinary bladder, which in turn can cause a lack of lubrication.BPH can also affect the skin around the eyes, causing irritation, which can cause dryness.
It is caused by mutations in the gene responsible for making prostatic hormones.
There are two main types of BPA in the human body.
One type is called phthalates, which are the most commonly found in plastics.
The other type is found in many kinds of food, including food-grade peanut butter.
Both types can be found in various foods and in some plastics.
“When it comes to men, there are more people with BPS than men with BPA, so that’s a reason why dryness is more common,” Johnson explained.
“However, it’s not the only reason for dryness.”
While BPH can cause severe dryness, it is not a condition that women should worry about.
“I think that women who have BPH or benign prostasy are in a great position to have a very good skin care routine,” said Dr. Michelle Hensley, a clinical professor of cosmetic surgery at the Medical University of South Carolina.
“Women are also more likely to have dry skin if they’re going to wear makeup or make-up or have a tan.”
For more information on BPH, visit: www.cancer.gov/cancertop/topics/bph.htm