Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

This graphic shows the contents of pipes ( acini ), that were a part of my swollen prostate, my swelled prostate, my enlarged prostate or in medical terms, my prostate in a state of enlargement, having BPH or Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia.

The terms all mean the same thing, a prostate that is larger than it should be. How much longer do you think my prostate will be swollen after passing that kind of debris in three successive days? We are told by medical authorities that a swollen prostate and Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia is a natural result of getting older. I agree, as we get older, the gunk keeps building up in our pipes and we have to clean those pipes. When the pipes are cleaned out, the healing begins and the pipes shrink to normal size. As a result of that shrinking of the pipes, the prostate also shrinks. Then it's goodbye to Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia. It's a plumbing problem, folks; pure and simple plumbing.

This method of prostate drainage will clean out your pipes. It's a simple process!

The shape of the debris suggests a pipe that had "bulged" from too much pressure.

The darker debris was much lighter in color when passed. It darkened when exposed to the air for a day or so.

 

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia Symptoms

Listed below are the various symptoms of BPH. A man can experience one or more of these symptoms. These symptoms are also associated with the other two prostate disorders, prostate cancer and prostatitis

  • Pain during sex
  • Erection difficulties
  • Pain after ejaculation
  • Pain while urinating
  • Frequent need to urinate because the bladder never feels completely empty
  • Frequent night time urination (nocturnia)
  • Pain in the genital area
  • Pain in the lower back
  • Dribbling after urination

To completely relieve those BPH symptoms it is necessary to drain the prostate debris from the prostate. Alternative Prostate Treatment is a natural and gentle method of prostate drainage.

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