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Permixon, is now available world wide. If you’re male and you live long enough, there’s virtually no escaping the indignities and agonies of an enlarged prostate.
In young men, this gland, which surrounds the urethra (the tube through which urine passes) and is the size of a chestnut, secretes part of the seminal fluid that nourishes sperm and speeds it on its way.
But over the years, assuming a man has normal levels of the hormone testosterone, the prostate enlarges — sometimes to the size of a grapefruit — and presses on the urethra. This causes incomplete emptying of the bladder, the need to urinate often and urgently, a weak “stream” and — most annoying — the need to get up frequently at night. Permixon is as effective and less likely to cause impotence than Proscar, a prescription drug often used to treat BPH, according to a 1996 study of 1,098 men. Current estimates are that it affects over 50% of men in their lifetime. The actual frequency rate increases with advancing age from approximately 5-10% at age 30 to over 90% in men over 85 years of age.
It is often recommended that men over the age of 40 have yearly prostate exams. This exam is not high tech. It simply involves a doctor inserting a gloved finger into the rectum and feeling the lower part of the prostate for any abnormality. However, in the case of BPH, often the prostate has not enlarged to a point recognized by physical exam. And, in the case of cancer, a digital exam is not reliable enough.
The classic enlarged prostate due to BPH will usually feel softer (boggy) than normal and may be two to three times larger than normal. In BPH the prostate is non-tender, this differentiates it from prostatitis. The classic finding in prostatic cancer is that the prostate feels much harder and the border is not as well defined.
If left untreated, BPH will eventually obstruct the bladder outlet resulting in the retention of urine and eventually kidney damage. As this situation is potentially life-threatening, proper treatment is crucial. In the past, medical treatment involved a procedure known as a TURP (trans-urethral resection of the prostate). Because this surgery is associated with a high rate of morbidity and will often make matters worse, it should be avoided unless absolutely necessary.
In other parts of the world (particularly Europe) herbal treatments are more popular than drug therapy. According to a recent review article published in the British Journal of Urology plant-based medicines are much more popular prescriptions in Europe than their synthetic counterparts.29 Specifically in Germany and Austria botanical medicines are considered “first-line” treatments for BPH and account for greater than 90% of all drugs in the medical management of BPH. In Italy, plant extracts are prescribed 10 times more frequently than drugs like Proscar and Hytrin 29-31.
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