Men with enlarged prostate should be aware about new treatment at home

14 million men in the USA suffer from an enlarged prostate or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) symptoms, such as urgency to urinate, frequent urination, getting up frequently at night to urinate, a urinary stream that starts and stops, and others. However, BPH is a non-cancerous and non-life-threatening condition. Furthermore, BPH does not expose you to an increased risk of having cancer.

Men who have problems with urination should, first of all, think about the safe treatment of this disorder. 10-year data show that Dr. Allen’s device helps reduce their increased prostate volume absolutely safely. Due to the reduction in prostate size, the so-called lower urinary tract symptoms improve (LUTS).

Treatments of LUTS/BPH with medications and their side effects

The medical management of LUTS / BPH has been progressing over the past 25 years. The first commonly used monotherapy included selective alpha-blockers (AB) and 5-alpha reductase inhibitors (5-ARI).

Alpha-blockers relax the muscle of the prostate and bladder neck allowing urine to flow more easily. These drugs like Tamsulosin, Terazosin, etc., can develop fatigue, headache, dizziness, and sexual dysfunction.  The same can expect from silodosin, which was approved for the treatment of BPH in 2008.

5-alpha-reductase-inhibitors, with names Finasteride, Proscar, Dutasteride, Avodart, is another option for LUTS/BPH.  These drugs are linked to irreversible side effects: impotence, depression, testicle pain, and even diabetes.

Treatments of LUTS/BPH with surgeries and their side effects

Minimally invasive surgeries for BPH include transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP), transurethral microwave thermotherapy (TUMT), transurethral laser ablation, transurethral electrovaporization, UroLift, etc. All these procedures may have complications, which make people suffer from other health problems. Therefore, it is difficult for men to choose the best of them.

The medical science articles have discussed the problems after surgeries in men with BPH. Firstly, they discussed the risk of prostate cancer metastases associated with transurethral resection. However, health problems after minimal invasive prostate surgery are mainly associated with sexual dysfunction, which can cause depression in almost 25% of patients.

Dr. Allen’s device treats a prostate gland at home

BPH drugs do not treat a prostate gland but try to alleviate the symptoms. The BPH surgical procedures simply remove the part of a whole prostate gland. These treatments are responsible for sexual dysfunction and depression in aging men. Thus, drugs and BPH surgery reduce the quality of life of aging men.

Thermobalancing therapy with Dr. Allen’s Device is a patented treatment. This is a completely new method for the treatment of the prostate. Dr. Allen’s Device is registered in 2010 as a class 1 medical device. This means it does not require the involvement of a medical body and every man who has LUTS due to BPH can use it day and night without worrying at home.

The clinical study on Thermobalancing therapy has confirmed its efficacy for men with BPH, and many scientific articles were published. Thus, the prolonged use of Dr. Allen’s Device results in a decrease in the volume of the prostate gland, which leads to an increase in the quality of life of aging men.

Fine Treatment is a manufacturer and distributor of non-invasive Dr. Allen’s Device. Fine Treatment is a UK Department for International Trade (DIT) registered supplier to international buyers. The price of the device with guaranteed delivery is less than $200 worldwide.