The first choice in pharmaceutical therapy is type 5 phosphodiesterase inhibitors (PDE5i) and specialized natural supplements like REGEN50

In diagnosing the prostate disease, it is important to assess risk factors such as; GUK, lipidogram, testosterone, prolactin, BMI, blood pressure. It is necessary to find all the factors or impact on the inability to achieve and maintain a healthy erection. One of the first measures is to encourage men with erectile dysfunction and impotence to change their current lifestyle practices, specifically to; increase physical activity/exercising (but avoid riding or cycling), reduce excessive body weight, stop smoking and/or drinking alcohol and in some cases to take certain medications.

There are also medications that may have side effects of erectile dysfunction and impotence, so if this is the case, it is advised to visit a doctor who may be able to replace the therapy with some of the medicines that are not causing side effect of erectile dysfunction.

With such lifestyle changes, after approximately three (3) to four (4) months, the first positive effects can be seen. An important factor in these lifestyle changes include the reduction of anxiety/stress, openly talking to your partner about your experiences, which is why each patient should be advised to come to check-up’s and appointments with their partner.

One of the more common causes of erectile dysfunction, or impotence, may be a disorder of  prostate or enlarged prostate (BPH). In the case of low or medium intensity prostate disorder, it is recommended that natural dietary supplements be used because of their broad spectrum of positive effects on the body, not only on erection and prostate, but also on libido, vitality, etc. At the same time, quality natural dietary supplements (eg. those produced in the EU), which are specialized in prostate and erection (impotence) problems, usually do not cause any side-effects and can be bought without prescription. For now, the most effective natural dietary supplements are those that contain most of these ingredients: saw palmetto, nettle root, maca, pumpkin seed, african plum, lycopene, L-arginine, zinc, magnesium, vitamins B6, E, C, boswellia serrata.

The first choice in a pharmaceutical treatment of prostate disease caused by erectile dysfunction is a type 5 phosphodiesterase inhibitor (PDE5i). Currently there are four (4) types of medication registered for use in UK, including: sildenafil, avanafil, tadalafil and vardenafil. There are clear differences between them, especially for their clinical effectiveness, however and the main thing to remember is that in practical work with patients, it is important to point out that the medication works only after 45 minutes (with tadalafil even a little later) after taking. It is important for patient to understand that it is not effective immediately after taking.

It is also important to emphasize that these medicines do not act on sexual desire (only to erection) and that is necessary to treat the prostate disorder, or any other medical condition to. Also, the effective treatment with medicines for prostate disorder will not be seen immediately, rather it is more a long term plan and medication use, at which time you will be able to see the effectiveness on impotence and erection.

For these reasons above, it may sometimes be better to start with harmless but effective and safe natural nutrition supplements (for example REGEN50), and only if they do not work, start a new treatment with prescription medications, but only with the supervision of a doctor.

 

PROSTATE DISORDER TREATMENT

 

Prostate Disease Treatment

 

Prevention, and early intervention are imperative for successful healing!

Almost any disease that affects the inability to achieve a healthy and firm erection can be treated, even prostate cancer, but the key is to react, diagnose and treat illness early and to react on time.

In the case of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), also called prostate enlargement studies have indicated that if the treatment is not done on time, the recovery itself will be less likely quick, and positive outcome on patient health can be significantly reduced.

Also there can be considerable damage to the bladder cause by obstruction, because of lack of prostate disorder treatment. If prostatitis develops into chronic prostate disease, you can expect long-term treatment that will have to be repeated constantly over a longer period of time.

Regular check-ups of the prostate can help early detection and successful treatment. Prostate check-ups should be a part of your usual and yearly check-ups . For gentleman over the age of 50, these prostate checks are especially important and should be done regularly.  Additionally, regular PSA test should be conducted as a part of the check-up/examination.