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Archives for November 2010

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5 Treatments for Impotence

If you are experiencing erectile dysfunction, do not despair. Here are five treatment options for impotence that are proven to work. Medications: Topping the ED treatment list for many men are the oral medications you see advertised so often on TV like Viagra and Cialis. Read more about medications Pumps, Implants or Surgery: Pumps and […]

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13 Reasons Not to Take ED Drugs

13 Reasons Not to Take ED Drugs Reasons not to take ED drugs are something that men should be aware of before taking medication for erectile dysfunction. Men who are taking certain medications or who have specific medical conditions should exercise caution before taking any type of ED (erectile dysfunction) drugs and consult their doctor. Do […]

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10 Medications That May Cause ED

Certain medications and drugs may cause erectile dysfunction (impotence). If you are taking medications and also suffering from ED, the following list of ten medications that may cause ED may be helpful. Diuretics & antihypertensives: hydrochlorothiazide, chlorthalidone, triamterene, furosemide, bumetanide, guanfacine, methyldopa, clonidine, verapamil, nifedipine, hydralazine, captopril, enalapril, metoprolol, propranolol, labetalol, atenolol, phenoxybenzamine, spironolactone Antidepressants, […]

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6 Treatments for BPH

If your doctor determines you have BPH, there are six treatment approaches you can take. Here are the details. 1. Watchful Waiting Also known as watch and wait, this may be the advice your doctor gives to you once it’s been determined that you do not have another disease and that BPH is the diagnosis. […]

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6 Tests to Detect BPH

Doctors normally diagnose BPH as part of a general examination that includes an evaluation of any symptoms you may be experiencing as well as one or more of the following tests. The tests are used to confirm a diagnosis of BPH, identify the extent of the problem, and/or rule out other causes of your symptoms. […]

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15 Risk Factors for BPH

Experts do not know for certain what causes BPH, but they have established a list of risk factors. As is usually the case, some of the risk factors are things you can control while others you can not. Here are 15 risk factors for BPH that fall into both categories: 1. Age The half-century mark […]

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11 Urinary Symptoms of BPH

11 Urinary Symptoms of BPH Symptoms of BPH (enlarged prostate) will affect most men at some point as they age. By age 50, one-third of men will experience BPH-related symptoms, and by age 70, that number is 70 percent. Symptoms of BPH are unpredictable: some men who have an enlarged prostate experience mild symptoms while others […]

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5 Problems with the PSA Test

Some experts argue that the PSA is not that reliable because it can give false positive (indicating cancer that is not there) and false negative (missing prostate cancer that is there) results. Either one of these situations can present significant problems. Here are five problems associated with the PSA test. Concern about false-positive results that […]

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15 Things That Increase PSA Levels in Men

There are a number of things that can increase PSA levels in men that have nothing to do with an unhealthy prostate or prostate cancer. In fact, if your prostate gland is naturally very small or very large, your “normal” PSA (prostate-specific antigen) level may be lower or higher than the accepted average. Although the risk […]

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10 Ways to Reduce Your PSA

An elevated PSA may indicate prostate cancer, but it can also be the result of many other situations. In fact, most men who have a high PSA do not have prostate cancer. Even so, a low PSA is generally best, so here are 10 ways to reduce your PSA levels. Eat a healthful diet based […]

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