New Study Reveals Devastating Side Effects of Prostate Drugs

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BPH, High PSA and waking up at night significantly increase your risk of Prostate Cancer : 80-85% of men experience permanent side effects from Prostate Cancer Treatments

A new US based study has come out confirming what some people have known for a while but many doctors and prostate health organisations have been slow to acknowledge. That if you have a high PSA, wake up at night or suffer from BPH then you are at a significantly greater risk of developing life threatening prostate cancer.  This runs counter to what many American doctors and experts had previously believed.  This despite that European doctors have been warning men of the link between BPH and Prostate cancer, since conducting the world’s largest study on BPH conducted in 2011. This study on 3 million men proved that men with BPH or a high PSA are at greater risk of Prostate Cancer then other men…Especially if they are taking prescription medications that only hide the symptoms, but do not actually stop the disease from getting worse, or cure it.

Watch this video to see a prostate health expert’s 5 tips for lowering your PSA and shrinking your prostate without drugs or side effects.

Most of us haven’t heard of the US Preventative taskforce, but they are an enormously powerful government body made up of supposed medical “experts” and they just made a decision that is going to impact your health… for the worse. The US preventative task force just reversed their position on PSA prostate cancer screenings, suggesting that doctors should be recommending them for men under 70, this despite the fact that they are inaccurate and dangerous. Experts are already slamming them for this decision.

Vinay Prasad a noted MD, stated In my mind, the greatest misconception about the test is that we say it ‘saves live’ when that is uncertain”

Otis Brawley, the chief medical officer of the American Cancer Society, has responded that the test “literally misses as many prostate cancers as it finds”

Prostate and metabolic health expert Ben Ong pointed out “The test is a general indicator of prostate health at best, and does not confirm the presence of prostate cancer, even the preventative task force has previously admitted that over diagnosis and overtreatment is a common negative effect of the PSA screenings. Overtreatment occurs in between 20-50 percent of men diagnosed by this screening and the treatments are often invasive, painful, dangerous and completely unnecessary”.

Prasad also noted that some of these treatments, “such as radiation therapy, can [actually] increase the risk of getting a second cancer… Bottom line: 1,000 men screened, one prostate-cancer death averted [over a period of 10 to 15 years]”.

A follow up study conducted by British Association of Urological Surgeons examined the quality of life outcomes of men who opted for any of the common prostate cancer treatment.

They found that 80% of men experienced persistent sexual dysfunction, that went on for years, (the study lasted 2 years and another one lasted 5 years and men were still experiencing this problem)! They also found 15% of men faced incontinence, others faced painful bowel pains and hormone problems.

To help men who have prostate disease or are concerned about their prostate health, prostate health expert   Ben Ong has kindly agreed to allow our readers exclusive limited time access to one of his special video presentations. He normally only allows access to these presentations if you are one of his private clients, an industry insider or a medical professional.

Watch Ben’s video to discover the shocking truth about common prostate drugs and their effects.  Learn what your doctor didn’t tell you about BPH and why what he doesn’t know might be damaging your health. Find out how you can naturally lower your PSA, reduce urgency and stop getting up at night without drugs or side effects. Discover the truth about drugs and supplements, the good, the bad and the ugly. Finally a plain English explanation of everything you ever wanted to know about prostate health, and BPH.

PS: This short video will only be available for the next 72 hours as it is normally restricted to private patients and medical professionals.  It is highly recommended  to watch it while you can. Do not miss out on this vital and potentially life-saving information.

 

References

Ong, Ben. All About The Prostate. USA: bensprostate.com, 2016. Print.

Crawford ED. Epidemiology of prostate cancer. Urology. 2003.

Goldberg H, Baniel J, Yossepowitch O. Defining high-risk prostate cancer. Curr Opin Urol.

Ben Ong
A leading authority and best-selling author on the topic of prostate health with a 15-year track record of helping over a million men overcome their prostate disease.