Prostate Enlargement (BPH) Treatment with Dr. Allen’s Device
- Do you want to stay away from prolonged courses of BPH medications and their side effects, such as dizziness, vertigo, impotence and sexual dysfunction?
- Do you want to avoid suffering from retrograde ejaculation and impotence after a prostate surgery or removal procedure?
- Do you want to stop, or even reverse, prostate enlargement?
If you’ve answered YES to any of the above, the enlarged prostate treatment with therapeutic Dr. Allen’s Device can help.
Dr. Allen’s Device for Prostate Care helps to:
- Relieve lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) naturally;
- Terminate prostate enlargement;
- Treat the cause of BPH, not just the symptoms;
- Assist in dissolving prostate calculi;
- Avoid side effects from the prolonged use of BPH drugs and surgical procedures;
- Improve potency and libido!
See the evidence for yourself, including medical documents, that Dr. Allen’s Device has reversed BPH in the following video.
See the evidence for yourself, including medical documents, that Dr. Allen’s Device has reversed BPH in the following video.
It makes no sense to use risky treatment options for enlarged prostate as Thermobalancing therapy is an effective, natural solution. Read more at Fine Treatment – Press.
BPH symptoms are called lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS)
Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) symptoms can include: dribbling at the end of urinating, inability to urinate (urinary retention) and weak urine stream. Also, enlarged prostate symptoms may be as incomplete emptying of bladder and incontinence. Often symptoms of prostate enlargement are: needing to urinate two or more times per night and slowed or delayed start of the urinary stream. BPH symptoms may include pain with urination or bloody urine (these may indicate infection) and straining to urinate. Strong and sudden urge to urinate can be a signal of overactive bladder syndrome or OBS.
Long-term use of medications for enlarged prostate can harm:
BPH Drugs Can Cause Different Problems: Impotence, Dizziness, Breast Growth, While Dr. Allen’s Device Treats Prostate Naturally.
A variety of conventional treatments for enlarged prostate, including medications, operations and minimally invasive surgery, can worsen a man’s quality of life by producing complications such as dizziness, enlarged breasts, impotence and retrograde ejaculation. Moreover, “Medication used to treat prostate enlargement may lead to enlarged breasts,” highlights a recent article ‘Causes and treatment of male breasts’ published in Business Daily on June 27, 2013.
The side effects of BPH medications are explained by the US Mayo Clinic’s specialists: Finasteride (Proscar) and dutasteride (Avodart) may cause sexual side effects, including impotence, decreased sexual desire or retrograde ejaculation. Furthermore, the side effects of common prostate drugs, such as Propecia and Avodart, have led to their producers being required in the US and Canada to furnish their packaging with health warnings of cancer and impotence.
Men with enlarged prostate must be cautious in considering taking long term medication. The article ‘Propecia sales down; lawsuits continue; media cover side effects’ explains that “hundreds of Propecia lawsuits [are] filed by men (and some spouses) who have suffered enduring erectile problems and related side effects since using the drug”. It says, “before the loss of market exclusivity became an issue, Merck saw its Propecia sales stagnate at $447 million in 2010 and 2011 and then decline to $424 million in 2012. Propecia sales in the first quarter of 2013 were down 37% to $68 million compared to the same period in 2012.”
Enlarged Prostate Symptoms May Be Worsened by Constipation Linked to Medications.
Enlarged prostate treatment with medications does not stop the process of prostate enlargement and some pills lead to constipation, which can worsen LUTS. According to the article titled ‘Male LUTS Severity Linked to Constipation’, the study published in the Journal of Urology (2013), examined the association between LUTS in men older than age 40 and the presence of bowel dysfunction. More than 3,000 men were included, making it the largest of such studies in the adult population. Men reporting three or fewer bowel movements per week, hard stools, or loose stools were more likely to report more severe LUTS.
Natural BPH treatment with Dr. Allen’s therapeutic device eliminates the need to remove the whole or a part of enlarged prostate gland through risky surgeries or other invasive procedures; and helps to avoid prolonged courses of BPH drugs with their side effects.
Dr. Allen’s therapeutic device works on reversing BPH all the time while it is applied to the coccyx area. For best results, it should be worn continuously over a prolonged period of time.
Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) or prostate enlargement
Most men with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) never develop any symptoms, but for those who do, BPH can make life miserable, says Dr. Komaroff from Harvard Medical School. There are serious investigations of how senior men can improve their lifestyle. For instance, Vitor Pintarelli from Brazil looked into it and published a study: ‘Elderly men’s quality of life and lower urinary tract symptoms: an intricate relationship’ that concluded ‘For elderly men, moderate to severe LUTS do significantly impact almost all parameters of QoL proposed by the World Health Organization (WHO), especially social and environmental relations.’
According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), USA, Though the prostate continues to grow during most of a man’s life, the enlargement doesn’t usually cause problems until late in life. BPH rarely causes symptoms before age 40, but more than half of men in their sixties, and as many as 90% in their seventies and eighties, have some symptoms of BPH. Moreover, because drug treatment is not effective in all cases, researchers in recent years have developed a number of procedures that relieve BPH symptoms but are less invasive than conventional surgery.
Thus, BPH is an age-related condition like many others, such as memory deficiency, reduced bones density and muscles flexibility. But ask yourself this: Why are patients not encouraged to take drugs for all these symptoms? Does it seem logical, or necessary, for men to ingest BPH drugs for life, or to surgically remove their prostates?
Surgical removal of the prostate tissue should be considered cautiously:
Men have to be careful while choosing surgical procedure to undergo and it depends on age and health status. For instance, laser vapourisation, enucleation and resection have higher rates of post-operative pain and dysuria (painful urination), compared to other methods, like a transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP). As for natural treatment options, it has been noted Saw palmetto, a popular herbal therapy among men with LUTS, is not effective and “more and more scientific studies are showing that saw palmetto has no benefits in the treatment of BPH.
First Time in the World Reversing of Prostate Enlargement Can Be Reached with Dr. Allen’s Device Naturally.
BPH case study of a patient whose enlarged prostate initially amounted to 75 gm has been reduced to 40 gm after 6 months of wearing Dr. Allen’s device clearly states that Thermobalancing therapy as alone standing treatment can help men with BPH to avoid complications. Any surgery, including minimal invasive, can have serious side effects. According to the article supported by National Institutes of Health (NIH) ‘Recent advances in the surgical treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia’ multiple complications can be observed after TURP: bleeding, blood transfusions, transurethral resection (TUR) syndrome, prolonged catheterization, long hospital stay, urinary incontinence, and retrograde ejaculation are the most important.’
BPH and Chronic Prostatitis Treatment with Dr. Allen’s Device is Safe and Effective, While Even Robot-Assisted Prostate Surgery is Risky.
The condition of enlarged and inflamed prostate can be dramatically improved with Thermobalancing therapy naturally and harmlessly, while complications after prostate removal procedures are common, even if they are performed with the help of modern robotic techniques, highlights a recent article, ‘Study: Ureteral injury during robot-assisted prostate surgery’. Even if the procedure hurts fewer men, nobody wants to be among them.
How to use Dr. Allen’s device at home to stop prostate enlargement
Dr. Allen developed his devices with ease of use in mind. So the users only need to wear the belt with a special natural thermo-element under the waistline. As seen in the video, the belt is easy to adjust to your body’s specific contours, and does not impede movement.
Fine Treatment’s customers report a notable improvement of BPH and lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) relief in as little as three months, primarily during the day and later at night, which will continuously improve over time. Prostate shrinkage takes time, and is dependent on its size and how long any symptoms have been present.
Any prostate removal procedure is unsafe no matter how it is called: laser vaporisation, transurethral microwave therapy, or prostate artery embolization; although these are often associated with less severe complications than a transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP), they often cause nasty side effects, such as infection, retrograde ejaculation, and many others. So, men are also at risk when choosing even a minimally invasive surgery. These days, there is no need to take unnecessary risks, when benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), a common prostate problem related to aging, can be well treated with the natural Thermobalancing therapy via Dr. Allen’s Device.
Cause of prostate enlargement (BPH)
Dr. Simon Allen’s research on the Origin of Diseases has helped him to identify the causal root of prostate enlargement, namely capillary expansion. In other words, extra tissue becomes irritated as a response to different factors, such as cold, stagnation of its own secretion or infection, which leads to prostate growth. This new knowledge of BPH causality allowed Dr. Allen to develop a method to terminate prostate enlargement in the comfort of your own home, by improving blood circulation at the capillary level inside the prostate.
The Origin of Diseases shows that the physiological processes at the capillary level become pathological, leading to the appearance of new tissue, and to benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). As a consequence, this essential organ ages prematurely. In order to terminate prostate growth and to reverse prostate enlargement, the improvement of blood circulation locally becomes the primary objective.
Thermobalancing therapy is the only way to improve blood circulation and metabolic processes, which slowly reverses BPH. It is well known that blood cleanses body from various “foreign invaders,” so the use of Dr. Allen’s Device will help to cleanse the enlarged prostate gland from unnecessary tissue as well.
BPH and Chronic Prostatitis Can Be Successfully Treated with Dr. Allen’s Device, Confirms New User Feedback from Canada.
Fine Treatment’s customer base has spread to over 100 countries globally, and Dr. Allen’s Devices are getting increasingly known for helping people to get better and avoid devastating side effects of surgeries and long-term courses of medications. New user feedback has been received from a 76-year-old Canadian: he has had a notable relief from frequent urination and no pain in the last 2 years, and thanks Dr. Simon Allen for this “excellent alternative prostate treatment”.
This natural, unique Thermobalancing therapy for enlarged prostate is available worldwide. There is no longer any need for men to suffer from this disorder, or to experience complications from existing BPH treatments, such as medications, invasive or so called minimally-invasive surgeries, and various prostate removal procedures.
It should be noted that Dr. Allen’s Devices are for personal use, and once removed from its packaging and placed on the body, cannot be refunded.
For decades, drug companies have paid doctors to market their drugs so that men would receive prolonged courses of risky drug therapy even when it was not essential; this practice however may come to an end soon, reports The New York Times in relation to GlaxoSmithKline’s unanticipated announcement. According to the article in The New York Times, ‘Glaxo Says It Will Stop Paying Doctors to Promote Drugs’ of December 16, 2013, “The British drug maker GlaxoSmithKline will no longer pay doctors to promote its products and will stop tying compensation of sales representatives to the number of prescriptions doctors write, its chief executive said Monday, effectively ending two common industry practices that critics have long assailed as troublesome conflicts of interest.”
BPH Treatment with Dr. Allen’s Device Is Great Value for Money While Prostate Surgeries are Expensive and Their Effectiveness is Questionable.
Costing only $155, Dr Allen’s Device for Prostate Care provides a superb BPH treatment and helps its users to save a substantial sum of money: a prostate surgery not only costs tens thousands of US dollars but is also highly risky. According to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, ‘Doubting The Robots: Momentum Slows For Surgical Droids’, “Expensive robotic-surgery systems maker the Intuitive Surgical Inc. (ISRG) is facing questions about safety and cost-effectiveness of their products, as sales of the equipments slowdown.”
Fashionable Prostate Enlargement Treatment Options Such as Robotic Surgery Can be Unsafe while Dr. Allen’s Device Reverses BPH Naturally.
The article in the Bangor Daily News underlines that surgeries are on the rise, fueled by aggressive marketing fuelled by doctors, hospitals and Intuitive Surgical Inc., which makes the $1.5 million robot. Advertising on hospital and doctor websites, YouTube videos, billboards, and on radio and television has hyped robotic surgeries. At the same time, a 2011 study by doctors at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, USA found that 164 hospital robot-surgery websites surveyed “overestimate benefits, largely ignore risks and are strongly influenced by the manufacturer,” according to research in the Journal for Healthcare Quality.
So, Help Yourself and Treat Prostate Enlargement & LUTS at Home with Dr. Allen’s Device Avoiding Nasty Side Effects of BPH Drugs.
Different studies are encouraging doctors to prescribe BPH drugs. However, it is worth reminding of the outcomes of large study discussed in The New York Times article, ‘Common Drug for Prostrate Is Ineffective, Study Finds’: ‘it was shown men taking Proscar (5α reductase inhibitor) alone or in combination with Hytrin (a-blocker) experienced impotence and decreased sex drive more often than those in the other two groups. Dizziness was the most frequent side effect of Hytrin and was experienced by 79, or 26 percent, of the 305 men who took it in the study.’
Sadly, men do suffer from the side effects of prostate drugs tremendously. Addressing this pressing issue in 2011, the FDA required the label of all 5-alpha reductase drugs, including Propecia, to carry the warning about the increased risk of high-grade prostate cancer, while the latest lawsuit case against Avodart manufacturer, Case No. D193-889, filed on February 4, 2013 in Jefferson County District Court, raises the profile of the matter.
Enlarged prostate – BPH and sexual dysfunction
Testosterone for BPH Patients May Have Negative Impact While Dr. Allen’s Device Reduces Prostate Volume and Increases Libido.
An article on ‘Should the Modern Man Be Taking Testosterone?’ reveals that according to the study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, a group of men on testosterone replacement therapy had more than four times the number of cardiovascular problems.
Another study of testosteron e use in elderly males, funded by the US National Institute on Ageing and run by Shalender Bhasin at Boston Medical Center, was stopped in 2009 because an audit found it caused more heart attacks and hypertension. Testosterone does pose potential health risks. In men, high levels can cause symptoms such as acne, aggression, impotence, liver dysfunction, testicular atrophy and sperm reduction, breast enlargement and baldness.
Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms’ Relief Achieved with Dr. Allen’s Device Has No Side Effects, while Fox News Warns BPH Medications May Harm. Fox News “5 ways an enlarged prostate could affect your sex life”, Nov. 2013 warns that alpha blockers, alpha reductase inhibitors, like dutasteride and finasteride, may cause sexual problems, including impotence.
BPH Surgical Treatment Is Starting Point for Sexual Dysfunction whereas Dr. Allen’s Device Helps to Reverse Prostate Enlargement Naturally.
Dr. Allen’s Device for Prostate Care terminates prostate enlargement without side effects supporting men’s well-being, whereas prostate surgeries – which may seem easy to undergo – are responsible for severe complications reducing men’s quality of life and often requiring extra treatments in the future.
‘A healthy lifestyle actually is an invaluable part of a passionate sex life. Our libido and sexual response are strongly linked to our physical health, and when we aren’t taking care of ourselves physically, it can affect us sexually.’ Men are never too old to enjoy a happy and healthy sex life but pelvic pain or prostate problems can ruin it, and bad health choices are often to be blamed. Dr. Allen’s Device for Prostate Care increases the likelihood of staying sexually active by treating chronic prostatitis and enlarged prostate successfully.