A recent scientific article "Long-term effects of medical treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia" states that BPH medications, which were previously considered safe and effective, can cause dementia and depression, and may also have serious neurocognitive, psychiatric, and sexual side effects.
An article titled ‘Efficacy and side effects of drugs commonly used for the treatment of lower urinary tract symptoms associated with benign prostatic hyperplasia’ indicates that all BPH medications cause troubling health problems. Thus, α1-blockers group are associated with adverse reactions, postural hypotension, dizziness, asthenia, abnormal ejaculation, and intraoperative floppy iris syndrome, and 5α-reductase inhibitors (5-ARIs) decrease libido and cause gynecomastia, erectile and sexual dysfunctions.
New evidence on risks associated with prostate surgeries
All surgical procedures have a negative impact on men's health, which makes it difficult to choose the best option among them. Most side effects after prostate surgery are associated with sexual dysfunction, which in turn causes mental health problems and depression in almost one in four men.
An article "Surgical complications in the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia" states that common complications of surgical treatment of BPH included bleeding, injury to the ureteral orifice, injury to the bladder neck, rectal injury, TURP syndrome, bladder neck contractures, and urethral strictures and other serious problems.
A novel at home treatment Dr Allen’s Device is effective and safe
“Medicines offered to men with BPH and CP/CPPS do not really treat the affected prostate but try to relieve the symptoms,” says Dr Allen, the inventor of US-patented Thermobalancing therapy and Dr Allen’s Device and adds “Therefore, it is critically important that physicians discuss the possible dangers of drug or surgery treatment for a man before recommending medication for BPH and/or CP/CPPS.”
Dr Allen’s Device has been registered with the British Medical Healthcare Agency since 2010 and has been well tested. Used as a monotherapy, the device relieves the symptoms of an enlarged prostate and prevents health problems from current BPH or CP/CPPS medications and surgeries.
The fact that Dr Allen's Device helps men with enlarged or inflamed prostate to effortlessly drastically reduce pain, reduce enlarged prostate volume and alleviate urinary problems is backed by its successful 12 years of successful market experience and solid medical clinical trial data on Thermobalancing therapy. Dr Allen’s Devices available around the world with free international delivery on offer.