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Frequently feeling the urge to urinate? That's not always a normal part of getting older. If this is happening to you and you're over 50, a routine check could help you determine if you have an enlarged prostate or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).

At Mosh, you can get prostate health checks, comprehensive online assessments and specialist referrals, all in the one place.

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How it works

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From specialist referrals to symptom tracking, manage it all in one place

Could BPH be the reason for my urinary symptoms?

You might have an enlarged prostate, otherwise known as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). This is when your prostate enlarges and squeezes down on the urethra, affecting bladder function [1].

Initially, symptoms may be mild to moderate but can worsen overtime if untreated, impacting quality of life and potentially leading to complications such as bladder, urinary tract, or kidney issues [2].

Less than half of all men with BPH actually have symptoms [2].

What are the main symptoms of an enlarged prostate?

An enlarged prostate can impact or block the bladder, resulting in a frequent need to urinate [3].

Other symptoms include [4]:

  • Frequent urination, especially at night (nocturia) [3]
  • Urgent need to urinate
  • Difficulty or delay in starting urination
  • Weak or interrupted urine flow, or a stream that stops and starts
  • Dribbling at the end of urination
  • Not being able to fully empty the bladder


How do I know if I have an enlarged prostate? It all starts with a quick quiz.

Prostate Mosh quiz

You just need to complete a quick quiz, which will give your Mosh health practitioner all the information they need to assess your symptom score.

Your health practitioner will then provide you with a free comprehensive assessment for your GP. 

And, if deemed appropriate, they can also refer you to a local urology specialist. All from the comfort of your home!

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Yes, your initial comprehensive health practitioner assessment & specialist referral is completely free!

You’ll get your IPSS (International Prostate Symptom Score) to help assess the severity of your symptoms [6].

Depending on your IPSS score, your Mosh health practitioner may be able to refer you to a local urology specialist. If your Mosh health practitioner believes you would benefit from a visit with your regular GP instead, they’ll send you a comprehensive review of your IPSS score to give your GP all the information they need to sort out your treatment plan.  

We worked with Mosh doctors to create the Ultimate Guide to BPH.

So you don’t have to remember every tiny detail! Mosh’s free symptom tracker will give your doctor an accurate overview of how your symptoms are presenting.

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