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Q: I take finasteride and doxazosin for prostate enlargement. Is there a procedure I can done to prevent taking these medications?

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Jay Motola, Health Pro
9/ 9/12 11:31pm

Many patients find that the use of a 5 alpha reductase such as finasteride and dutatsterid along with the use of an apha blocker such as doxazosin is satisfactory with regards to controlloing urinary symptoms. Jalyn is a medicaiton that combines drugs from both of these categories in on pill.

 

However many patients do not want to take medication long term even when they are effective. For these patients a minimally invasive treatment such as a laser prostatectomy is very effective. 

 

 

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jameshodge, Community Member
12/ 1/12 2:36am

If you want to avoid drugs, you can turn to natural supplements that promote prostate health. Super Beta Prostate is one such supplement that works by binding to the prostate gland and delaying age-related troubles like enlarged prostate. I's suggest you take a look at its reviews and testimonials. Steer clear of Super Beta Prostate scam reviews; there are several of them on the internet. But I know this product is safe because I'm using it without any side effects.

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