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The sexual side effects and symptomatic benefits of an enriched herbal nutriceutical bar compared with traditional medical therapy in men with symptomatic benign prostatic hyperplasia: CONCLUSIONS

Whether this bar has long term potential for decreasing the incidence of prostate cancer is a very long term question that may be partially answered by the SELECT trial. However, the anticancer properties of antioxidants, lycopene, soy protein isoflavones and selenium, which are all present in the bar, have been noted in the medical literature. flovent inhaler

The results for the patients with BPH were very encouraging, with the treated patients showing an overall positive response rate of 75% compared with the placebo rate of 37.5%. There was a 24% and 35% absolute improvement in the IPSS and uroflow rates, respectively in the treatmentarm compared with a 6% improvement in the IPSS and a 7% deterioration in the uroflow rate in the placebo arm. In the literature, […]

Altwein reported a 2% to 18% ejaculatory dysfunction rate and a 5% to 9% ED rate in those patients who were treated with the alpha blockers. Lepor et al reported a 30% ejaculatory dysfunction rate in those patients treated with tam-sulosin. ventolin inhalers
There is a strong desire to provide the symptom management of BPH in a noninvasive manner that will not create the strong sexual or cardiovascular side effects that […]

The sexual side effects and symptomatic benefits of an enriched herbal nutriceutical bar compared with traditional medical therapy in men with symptomatic benign prostatic hyperplasia: DISCUSSION (Part 1)

A total of 36 patients completed the first month of therapy with either the PROS-TECT nutriceutical bar (Food-Nutrition Inc, Canada) or the placebo bar. Each patient was directed to ingest one bar per day for the first month, followed by two months of alternate day therapy. A complete response was allotted to those patients who achieved at least a four-point reduction in their IPSS. A partial response was defined by […]

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If the patient was male and between the ages of 18 and 85 years, suffering from mild to moderate symptoms of BPH (IPSS<20) with a post-void residual of <150cc and uroflow <15 mL/sec on a minimum 150 cc voided volume, he was offered an informed consent. buy ortho tri-cyclen online

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