Benign prostatic hyperplasia symptoms treatment with Dr Allen’s device is safe
The irritating symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), namely lower urinary tract symptoms, have a negative impact on men, their families, health services and society. Frequent urination during day and night, trouble starting a urine stream, poor and/or intermittent stream and incontinence are annoying.
Enlarged prostate or BPH surrounds the urethra at the neck of the bladder, presses against and pinches the urethra that causes irritating urination problems – LUTS. Nevertheless, BPH is not a malignant disease, therefore, first of all, it is necessary to undergo a course of treatment with Dr Allen’s non-invasive device.
Men should know that over one-half of them have BPH by age of 60, and this quantity increases as men get older, so 90 percent of men older than 80 have enlarged prostate. It is very wrong that almost all men who have started experiencing LUTS become candidates for aggressive treatment: medications, prostate massage and surgery, which are risky because they can develop additional health problems.
Current BPH treatments should be used very carefully
Urologists are trying to treat the symptoms of BPH with long-term courses of alpha-blockers and 5-alpha-reductase inhibitors, offer prostate massage courses and various minimally invasive surgeries.
The 2 groups of BPH drugs used do not treat the prostate gland, but they try to alleviate the symptoms and in the long run can lead to serious side effects. Alpha blockers relax the bladder, helping urinate easily. There are various names for these drugs, such as tamsulosin, terazosin, etc. Alpha blockers can develop fatigue, headache, dizziness, and sexual dysfunction. 5-alpha reductase inhibitors with the names Finasteride, Proscar, Avodart are responsible for irreversible side effects: impotence, depression, testicular pain and even diabetes.
Prostate massage – can cause damage of the delicate prostate tissue, bleeding around the prostate, development of prostatic calculi, the occurrence and worsening of haemorrhoids acute epididymitis, etc.
Minimally invasive surgeries for enlarged prostate include transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP), transurethral microwave thermotherapy (TUMT), transurethral laser ablation, transurethral electrovaporization, UroLift and others. All these procedures may have complications, which makes it difficult to choose the best option among them. The medical press has discussed the risk of prostate cancer metastases associated with transurethral resection. Today, health problems in men after prostate surgery mostly related to sexual dysfunction, which can cause depression in almost 25% of patients.
Dr Allen’s device benefits for men with BPH
A clinical study on Thermobalancing therapy, in which 124 men with BPH participated, confirmed the effectiveness and safety of Dr Allen’s device. Empirical evidence strongly suggests that Dr Allen’s device helps men with enlarged prostates in the United States, India, China, Russia, Australia, the Middle East (and other 100 countries) reduce prostate volume and urinary symptoms.
Thermobalancing therapy with Dr Allen’s Device was patented by the USPTO. This is compelling evidence that this is a completely new treatment for chronic diseases, including an enlarged prostate.
Fine Treatment (finetreatment.com) is a healthcare company, a manufacturer and distributor of wearable therapeutic Dr Allen’s Devices. Fine Treatment is a UK Department for International Trade (DIT) registered supplier to international buyers. Dr Allen’s device is the most cost-effective solution as its price is less than $200.
Dr Allen’s Device is a class 1 medical device; therefore, it does not require the involvement of a notified body. The device is registered with Medical Healthcare Agency in 2010. So, every man with BPH can use it day and night without worrying, since the device is safe.