Case Studies supporting PEMF benefits for Prostate
Nonsurgical treatment for enlarged prostate on the horizon
You just cannot ignore your symptoms any longer. You find yourself getting up many times every night with the urgency to urinate. Saw palmetto, even high doses of the highest-quality type, didn't work. A trip to the urologist results in bad news: a recommendation for surgery to treat your enlarged prostate (technically known as benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH). A bit of Internet research on the proposed "transurethral resection of the prostate" makes you even more concerned – this surgery can result in sexual dysfunction and even impotence. Aren't there non-invasive options to treat an enlarged prostate? A number of drugs can treat BPH but their side effects are worrisome. A recent study on dogs with BPH offers hope. Just published in the online version of The Prostate, and coming out in print in August, researchers from the University of Bari, Italy report that pulsed electromagnetic field therapy – or PEMF – significantly reduced the size of the prostate starting after just one week of treatment. It is totally noninvasive, drug-free and the treatment is quick and painless. Finally, an alternative to surgery could be on the horizon!
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1. Nonsurgical treatment for enlarged prostate on the horizon
(Authors: "Abraham Morgentaler, MD, FACS", "Dr. Raffaella Leoci")