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Urinozinc Prostate Formula Medication
I hsvr problem with prostate now I took all the medications factors prescribed but nothing work. Do you have on that you can suggest yo me I can try?
The conventional meds are Alpha blocker and many men get no help or are intolerant to them.
You might try betaprostate that you can find on line and it has helper thousands of men and has been around for a while.
If that does no work, get the surgey and you will be happier. ...Read more
The prostate is a gland that lies at the base of the bladder and surrounding a segment of urethra. It secretes a milky fluid that is discharged by excretory ducts into the urethra during the emission of semen. It is clinically important because enlargement of the prostate with age, and prostate cancer are two common ...Read more
Prostate inflammation can lead to pain, increased urinary frequency, or difficulty emptying one's bladder. Many men use an herb first for this called saw palmetto. Ejaculating frequently can also help alleviate the amount of fluid in the prostate.
But there are also antibiotics and other medications that can treat this common problem. ...Read more
Nothing or pills: How bad are your symptoms? If you just get up once a night, avoiding drinking in the evening may be the answer. With more severe symptoms there are medicines, alpha blockers (flomax), reductase inhibitors (proscar) sometimes taken together. Cialis taken long term may help which by the way improves erectile dysfunction. Each patient is different. I recommend assessment by an experienced urologist ...Read more
Here are some...: Do you have some trouble to urinate? If yes, go for evaluation by following info/instructions in articles listed in http://www. Formefirst. Com/onBPH-LUTS-VoidingTrouble. Html. Thereby you gain much insight on how to work well with your urologist. Clinically, 5-alpha reductase inhibitors can shrink the prostate and alpha-blockers can relax prostate urethra so to improve urine flow. More? Contact me.. ...Read more
Prostate enlargement: The best medication depends upon the symptoms, prostate size, whether the patient is on other medications that may cause interactions, cost, and side effects. The treatment must be individualized by your physician. ...Read more
See answer: There are two prototype drugs for "prostate enlargement", Alpha blockers and 5-alpha reductase inhibitors. This term usually refers to lower urinary tract symptoms assumed to be prostate enlargement though there is poor correlation of prostate size and symptoms. The 5ar drugs like Dutasteride physically shrink the prostate and reduce risk of BPH complications where Alpha blockers may aid flow. ...Read more
Here is available...: I assumed you want to improve urine flow. If so, alpha-blockers such as doxazosin, terazosin, tamsulosin, alfuzosin, etc. Are the initial bid. If really having enlarged prostate, add 5-alpha reductase inhibitors such as finasteride, dutasteride, etc. Note: enlarged prostate doesn't mean always having problem to urinate although more likely, and vice versa. More dtails? Ask doc in expertise timely. ...Read more
Prostate: Generally the size of the prostate is not as significant as the presence of obstructive or irritative voiding symptoms. These can occur with various prostate sizes. Alpha blocker drugs improve symptoms by relaxing the prostate and 5-alpha reductase inhibitors work by shrinking the prostate. ...Read more
Yes: Yes there are medications other than Flomax (tamsulosin) that are used to treat BPH which are available as generic medications. The list includes: Hytrin (terazosin); Cardura (doxazosin), and Proscar (finasteride). Non-generic medications that are used to treat BPH include avodart, jalyn, rapaflo, and uroxatral (alfuzosin). ...Read more
Can a benign enlarged prostate of an over 80 year old male be treated with medication or must it be partially removed?
Other BPH Options: While a TURP (transurethral resection of the prostate) remains an excellent option for bph, there are several other surgical therapies. They are less likely to have side effects more common in turp, such as incontinence, impotence, retrograde ejaculation, or TUR syndrome (absorbing too much fluid during surgery). If medications fail or are intolerable, ask your urologist about tumt, tuna or gyrus. ...Read more
I sometimes have sandy urine and occasionally get some cloudy urine I take medication for my prostate, are these things health or life threating?
A man 73yrs, removed his prostate. Is there any cure or medication he can take to have sex again.
Penile rehab: There are a number of treatment options. Seek out a urologist specializing in sexual medicine. ...Read more
I normally drink 2 bottles of beer daily in the afternoon or evening before dinner, will this affect my medication for my prostate enlrgement? TY
My dr prescribed me a medication that can be use for the prostate and high blood preasure, I am having another medication for hi blood can I use it?
Name the drug: You failed to share the names of the medications you are asking about! ...Read more
Headache midday until midnight. Started taking Probio in the morning, Prostate Formula and MultiVit + Iron at night. Which of the 3 causes the headache?
Time to experiment: You post this question with the expectation that doctors have a magical ability to know the answer. Why do you need these supps? Likely just a waste of money, esp: Why the prostate formula? It's worthless & you're only 25. STOP taking all 3 then restart 1 at a time & see if 1 causes headache. You don't need a doctor or scientist to tell you that; your mother can tell you that. It's common sense. ...Read more
Yes.: Flomax (tamsulosin) is part of a family of drugs called alpha-blockers that relax the smooth muscle of the prostate and bladder neck, improving urine flow & symptoms. Other drugs in this group are terazosin, doxazosin, alfuzosin, & silodosin. Another family of drugs for BPH are 5-alpha-reductase inhibitors, such as Finasteride and dutasteride. These shrink the prostate and reduce episodes of urine retention. ...Read more