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Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) Treatmentshave to Be Safe, Says Fine Treatment

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Updated 3:45 AM CST, Tue, November 19,2019

London, England -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/19/2019 -- According to the article: Medical Therapies for Treatment of BPH: Special Considerations in Elderly Men, published in the Current Geriatrics Reports, November 2019, while many medical options exist for the treatment of BPH, their safety and efficacy as it relates to older adults are still under evaluation.

Thermobalancing therapy with Dr Allen's device has proven its effectiveness and safety in stopping prostate enlargement and reducing the symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). Over one-half of men 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

Symptoms of BPH, namely lower urinary tract symptoms, have a major impact on men, their families, health services and society. Frequent urination during day and night,poor and/or intermittent stream and incontinence are annoying.Usually, a urologist concentrates on the symptoms of BPH and aggressively treats them using long courses of alpha blockers and 5-alpha-reductase-inhibitors.Ultimately, a number of minimally invasive surgeriesareused.

Drugs for prostate enlargement are unsafe

There are 2 groups of BPH drugs. They do not treat theprostate but try to relieve the symptoms and in long-term can lead to new health problems.

Alpha-blockers allow urine to flow more easily. There are various names of these drugs like Tamsulosin, Terazosin, etc. Alpha-blockers can develop fatigue, headache, dizziness and sexual dysfunction. 5-alpha-reductase-inhibitors with names Finasteride, Proscar, Avodart responsible for irreversible side effects: impotence, depression, testicle pain, and even diabetes.

Minimally invasive surgeries for enlarged prostate are risky

Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP), transurethral microwave thermotherapy (TUMT), interstitial laser coagulation, transurethral laser ablation, transurethral ethanol injection therapy, transurethral electrovaporization, and high-power (80-W) potassium titanyl phosphate laser vaporization, UroLift and others.

All these procedures have a negative impact on men's health, which makes it difficult to choose the best option among them. Years ago, an increase in the incidence of prostate cancer associated with transurethral resection was discussed.Today discusses health problems in men after prostate surgery are associated with the sexual dysfunction that can cause depression almost 25% of patients.

Dr Allen's Device for BPH treatment is safe

BPH is not cancer, therefore it should be treated safely in the first place. 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.

Empirical evidence strongly suggest that Dr Allen's Device helps men with enlarged prostate reduce prostate volume and urination symptoms. A clinical study on Thermobalancing therapy, in which 124 men participated, confirmed the effectiveness of Dr. Allen's device in men with BPH.

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 https://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.

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