If you have an enlarged prostate gland, and you’re having to deal with the symptoms it causes, there are a number of treatment choices. The most common BPH medications are prescription drugs with plenty of side effects, so for many men they’re probably not the optimum choice.
Fortunately there is a non-prescription, natural, side-effect-free formulation that’s guaranteed to work. Here’s what you ought to know:
BPH, or “benign prostatic hyperplasia”, which is doctor-speak for “enlarged prostate”, afflicts about 50% of men by age 60, and about 90% of men by age 80. Not every man with an enlarged prostate has BPH symptoms, but at least half do, and those symptoms can be awfully annoying and life-changing.
Two of the most-prescribed BPH drugs are Dutasteride (Avodart) and Finasteride (Proscar). They both interfere with the action of an enzyme that converts testosterone to dihydrotestosterone or DHT. A high level of DHT in the prostate is associated with prostate enlargement, and lowering the level can reduce prostate size, although these drugs only work on about one-third of men.
The other class of widely-prescribed BPH treatment medications is known as alpha blockers. These drugs, such as Flomax, Cardura, Hytrin, and others, relax smooth muscle tissue in the prostate and bladder, which can relieve pressure on the urethra and allow for freer urine flow and more complete bladder emptying.
The problem with all these prescription BPH medications is that they come with side effects, ranging from minor annoyances like a runny nose, to severe and serious problems, like impotence, dizziness, and fainting.
Fortunately, there is now a non-prescription, side-effect-free, guaranteed formula available.
It’s called Ayurstate. It’s a blend of eight herbs, some of which have been used in India for thousands of years to relieve BPH symptoms. Ayurstate reduces DHT levels like Avodart and Proscar, and it relaxes muscle tissue like Flomax and the others. It also reduces inflammation in the prostate and in the urethra.
The Ayurstate website has a wealth of information. It’s like an easy-to-understand encyclopedia of the prostate, its problems, and its treatment. The sections on “The Results” and “Testimonials” are especially fascinating. Really well worth a visit.