Prostatic hyperplasia is a benign tumor of the prostate. Due to hormonal changes, about a third of men over 40 have an enlarged prostate gland. Adenoma of the prostate in men begins to develop actively after 50, every second man of this age is diagnosed with adenoma of the prostate gland. Due to the fact that the urethra passes through the center of the prostate, and prostate tissue grows inside the gland with adenoma, there is a possibility that the urethra may be completely or partially blocked, which causes complaints associated with urination. As a result, unpleasant diseases such as inflammation of the bladder, ureters and kidney problems may occur. 50% of men over 50 have complaints of urination.