Prostate Health: BPH, Prostatitis, and Prostate Cancer—Symptoms, Screenings, Treatment and More

Get this FREE Guide to learn about prostate cancer symptoms, what causes BPH, how to ease prostatitis and more

Dear Friend,

If you could skip one thing in your annual physical, what would it be? I’ll bet it would be the prostate exam. Even just the subject of prostate health makes most men uncomfortable.

The fact is, almost every man will face a prostate problem in his life-time. It could be BPH, prostatitis, or prostate cancer. But where can you get the facts you need to maintain prostate health, minimize a prostate disease’s effects, and continue to enjoy your life to its fullest.

The answers are waiting for you in a new FREE Guide from University Health News, the information resource for health-conscious men and women. It is timely guidance you can trust, understand, and use.

What is BPH? What are prostatitis’ symptoms and risk factors? What causes prostate cancer? And most important, what can—and should you do—when you’re diagnosed with a prostate ailment? You’ll find out.

This special report, Prostate Health: BPH, Prostatitis and Prostate Cancer Symptoms, Screenings, Treatment and More will answer yourquestions, address your concerns, and bring clarity to your choices.

The report is yours absolutely free. And you can download it now!

If you would like to know—right now…

  • What common supplement can increase prostate cancer risk.
  • The truth about vasectomies and prostate cancer
  • What your Gleason score tells you—and your doctor
  • The one exercise regimen that may relieve chronic prostatitis pain
  • What newly-approved PSA test could spare you an unnecessary biopsy
  • Which ED drug relieves the urinary symptoms of BPH

just continue to read…

You’re smart to be concerned about prostate health. Here’s why…

By age 50, half all men have an enlarged prostate. Prostatitis sends over two million men to doctors annually. And more than 220,000 American men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer this coming year.

That’s why we are offering you this guide FREE. It is that important.
You want to be able to recognize a problem before it progresses. You want to know which tests make sense. And you want to make treatment choices that maximize success and minimize side effects.

Prostate Health: BPH, Prostatitis and Prostate Cancer Symptoms, Screenings, Treatment and More brings you guidance that expands your understanding, dispels confusion, and provides direction. You’ll discover…

  • Why the prostate causes so much trouble
  • Who should still get the PSA exam—and which new tests avoid false positives and unnecessary biopsies.
  • What characteristics distinguish chronic prostatitis—and which treatment should you consider first?
  • What causes the prostate to enlarge—and could changing one lifestyle factor help you prevent BPH?
  • How robotic prostatectomy, radiation, and focal therapy compare for effectiveness and minimizing complications.

Edited by the experts at University Health News, this is a must-read report for every man determined to safeguard his prostate health, personal independence, and sexual vitality.

Should that midnight trip to the bathroom be your wake-up call?
After hearing your father or grandfather get up to urinate in the middle of the night, you probably are not concerned when it happens to you. But by ignoring prostate symptoms, you might overlook the first signs of cancer or let a treatable condition cause permanent damage.

Did you know that a frequent urge to urinate, weak urine stream, or even frequent pain in the lower back may be a symptom of prostate disease? The Report will thoroughly brief you on these and other warning signs of danger to your prostate health.

Because you can’t put a price on prostate health, download this FREE GUIDE today. Download it now.

Can your sex life affect your PSA score?

Yes. Having sex the night before your PSA test can elevate the PSA levels in your blood. That’s just one factor that can skew results. (The Report will tell you eight more.) Because the test is imprecise, many authorities now discourage routine tests. Others argue screening is the only way to catch prostate cancer at its most curable stage. How do decide if prostate cancer screening is right for you?

You may want to consider these factors…

  • Your age: About 96 percent of all prostate cancers occur in men older than age 55
  • Life expectancy: Because prostate cancer grows slowly, if your life expectancy is less than 10 years, you probably should not be screened.
  • Family history: You may have increased risk if your father, a brother, or uncle has had prostate cancer.
  • Lifestyle: Odds may increase if you are overweight or follow a high-fat diet.

Your FREE Guide will brief you on emerging tests including PSA velocity testing, the predictive prostate health index (PHI), and the 4Kscore assay which reduces the number of unnecessary biopsies.

What’s a man to do?

The good news is that when it comes to dealing with prostate ailments, you have more treatment options than ever. How do you decide which course of action is right for you? Or if, perhaps for you, the best thing to do is nothing at all?

With Prostate Health: BPH, Prostatitis and Prostate Cancer Symptoms, Screenings, Treatment and More you will be prepared to address a prostate condition with certainty and confidence.

Today, advances in prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment are increasing the prostate cancer survival rate, minimizing side effects, and dramatically preserving—and improving—quality of life.

You’ll read how the Gleason score defines a cancer’s aggressiveness…how to minimize urinary side effects associated with radioactive seed implants…why men who underwent vasectomy are more likely to develop prostate cancer…and the risks and rewards of “active surveillance.”

You’ll learn about the transforming role of robotic surgery… how a new radiation technique [IMRT] is minimizing tissue damage and producing fewer side effects…and how a vaccine [Provenge] is being employed to kill cancer cells.

Beyond cancer: What else you should know about prostate health

If you’re bothered with BPH, more treatment options are available than ever before, from tried-and-true medications to new minimally invasive surgical procedures.

Your FREE Guide will share five simple lifestyle changes that can reduce symptoms. You’ll find how Botox can ease BPH discomfort and Cialis may help men with BPH-related urinary problems. You’ll read about a new surgical technique that eliminates the need for even a temporary catheter. And you’ll be able to work with your doctor to select medications that are effective and affordable.

The Report explains the four categories of prostatitis and why only two have an effective treatment. You’ll discover a “trigger wand” massage that’s helping men ease chronic pelvic pain…and why cutting back on one type of cuisine could reduce prostatitis symptoms.

Prostate Health: BPH, Prostatitis and Prostate Cancer Symptoms, Screenings, Treatment and More will inform, encourage, and most of all, empower you. Get your copy now. It’s yours absolutely free!

Yours for lasting good health,

Tim Cole

Editorial Director

P.S. Taking too many multivitamins—especially when taken along with individual supplements, such as selenium, beta cartone or zinc—might increase the odds of developing fatal prostate cancer.

P.P.S For some added protection against prostate cancer, you might want to stock up on three specific vegetables and one very surprising juice. (See page 21 of your FREE Guide)

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