Don’t let prostate problems sneak up on you! Get the facts on how you can safeguard your prostate with this essential new report.

 

What’s the secret to protecting your prostate? Information! A new guide, Prostate Diseases: Guide to Diagnosis and Treatment, tells you everything you need to know to achieve your best prostate health.

You’ll learn steps you can take right now to reduce your risk of prostate cancer and other prostate illnesses—like adding certain foods to your diet (while avoiding others), exercising , quitting or reducing smoking, lowering your stress levels, and maintaining a healthy weight.

What’s more, Prostate Diseases has answers to all your questions related to diagnosing and treating prostate cancer. You’ll read about the latest screening guidelines…the pros and cons of the PSA test…the many treatment options for prostate cancer, from “watchful waiting” to surgery…the most current surgical techniques…cutting-edge approaches like cryotherapy and cancer vaccines…and much more.

Prostate Diseases goes beyond prostate cancer to cover a noncancerous prostate condition called benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), an enlargement of the prostate that occurs in most men as they age. With the guide, you’ll learn about lifestyle changes that can make BPH more manageable. You also get a full rundown of your treatment options, including herbal remedies, medications, and surgery.

Prostatitis, or inflamed prostate, is another prostate condition you’ll read about in the guide. Affecting 1 in 12 men, prostatitis isn’t cancerous, but it can be serious. Prostate Diseases gives you a complete understanding of prostatitis and the lifestyle changes and medicines that can reduce symptoms.

Last but not least, the guide covers all the latest treatments for two conditions often associated with prostate disease—erectile dysfunction (ED) and urinary incontinence.

Take charge of your prostate health—order Prostate Diseases today!

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