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ORIGINAL POSTED MAY 17, 2017: Greetings to my Brothers in Suffering, I'm 65 years old and was diagnosed eight years ago with BPH. For the past eight years I've been prescribed Avodart and once-daily Cialis. Intermittently over the past eight years, I've tried to give up these pharmaceuticals and try supplements. Sadly, I had eventually had to go back on Avodart and Cialis. DISCLAIMER: I'VE TRIED EVERY KNOWN SUPPLEMENT UNDER THE SUN. Some seem to work better than others.
BREAKTHROUGH; While it's too soon to tell (14 days), Quercetin + Bromelain and Flower Pollen have made a noticeable difference. Nocturia is down to twice per night, as opposed to six or seven times in the past. If you're relatively new to the joys of BPH, and you're on the fence about maybe trying a supplement, then you may want to consider the above. It's my intent to follow up on this post three months from now on August 17. Final note, I'm so grateful to the guys on here for sharing what they know.
FOLLOW UP POST: I'll stick with the aforesaid two supplements, Quercetin with Bromelain (as one supplement), and flower pollen (as a second supplement). I've been taking them for three months now. I still take Avodart and Cialis, but my BPH symptoms have noticeably abated over the past three and a half months now. While I've read reviews where some guys were able to give up pharmaceuticals (mostly in Europe) after having taken the aforesaid supplements, I'm not quite ready to ditch Avodart or Cialis at this point. In conclusion, you may want to try Quercetin with Bromelain (as one supplement), and flower pollen (as a second supplement). Of all the supplements I've taken, these two seem to offer the most relief. Caveats: these supplements do not shrink the prostate. You'll want to give them enough time to work if they are indeed going to work for you at all. Three months? Good luck, guys.
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