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Tuesday, December 02, 2008 JJohnson, Community Member, asks

Q: Have you heard of any positive results from using Pros-Tel for enlarged prostate

I have tried different drugs for enlarged prostate. Nothing is working so far. I received some information on Pros-Terol and was wondering it you have heard any results from this.

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Bruce, Community Member
3/23/10 11:11am

I have been using pros-terol for 30 days now after purchasing a 60 day supply.  I am trying not to slant my judgement on it which seems hard for me to really judge if it is working or not.  I'd have to say that during daylight hours, it appears that allot of my symptoms have gotten a little better.  I'd have to say that my night time symptoms of going several times a night has not changed.  One symptom in general that I have, that is if I hold my urine too long and then go, I have a very hard time emptying my blatter.  So, I'm going to give it 30 more days before making a final judgement.  If I had to put a percent on it, I would say right now it is 20% effective for me.

JB Quincy, Community Member
2/15/12 4:51pm

I've bought 2 6-month allotments and tried it off and on, not always daily. I saw no difference in night time frequency or urgency.  Not drinking fluids after 7 PM at night, however, did make a difference.  Re-hydrating the next morning is important.


Uroxatral, 10 mg tablets, a drug approved to improve fluid flow, urgency and night time frequency -- does work.  It works consistently for maybe two or three days.  Then it exacerbates the problem.  Taking it one evening, then skipping a few days, seems to be a good approach.


The drug gives me a pain in the muscles under one or both shoulder blades after even one use.  Stopping the drug eliminates the discomfort.



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By JJohnson, Community Member— Last Modified: 02/15/12, First Published: 12/02/08