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I’m 52 years old.I did get relief by taking a herbal medicine called Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill . Maybe it can relieve your symptoms too.
I am 70 years old
and I have BPH WERE I AM GOING TIMS TO URNIT IN NIGHTALSO I MHAVE ROUGNESS IN MY BOTH KNEES AND BOW CURVE IN MY LEGES
I’m heading to Hackensack M.C. for P.A.E. procedure to enlarged prostate. Finesteride and Tamsulosin have not helped at all and are of no consequence in helping with B.P.H.; and side effects of both drugs suck.
Sometime, chelated Zinc, taken daily, can help with evacuation of urine but personally, I’m totally beyond the vitamin, supplements, saw palmetto, etc., remidies. It’s either P.A.E. of invasive surgery.
Im thinking, actually planning to have the green light therapy procedure done. My prostate is 30% enlarged but my situation seems to be unique in that i retain urine. My last ultra sound revealed 66o milliliters of urine. There has been no bacteria or infection found in my samples. I have no discomfort, take rapiflow to help with elimination. What else can one do? Does viagra and cialis work? I have tried vitamins, internet supplements, saw palmetto and Dr. Winston’s remedies. nothing seems to work or it is cost prohibitive. What else.
typo, insurance will not cover viagra or cialis. my doctor has run out of samples.Are there generic for theses two drugs?
insurnance will not pay for Cialis.
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