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PEMF for BPH? (Pulsed ElectroMagnetic Field Therapy to Treat Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia)
There are claims that PEMF can help shrink an enlarged prostate gland.
There are some relatively inexpensive models on the market. For example, I purchased a SOTA model MP5 Pulser on EBay for less than $200. I used it for several weeks about 18 months ago - not enough time to matter but wanted to give prescribed medications a chance to do the job without the pulser.
I chose the MP5 because it emits relatively high ~2.5 ms pulses of 6000 gauss @ rate of .25 pulses/second (1 pulse per 4 seconds). Hopefully these pulses will penetrate through enough flesh and bone tissue to have a positive shrinking effect on my prostate. Note: Sota and probably all Pulser related businesses have disclaimers implying use at your own risk and consult your doctor first.
There are recognized medical uses for pulsers to help heal bone fractures.
My unit did seem to help clear my Renaud's and Chilbains conditions.
After no noticeable change in my symptoms (other than FloMax keeps me going), I have recently gone back to including PEMF along with prescribed FloMax and Finasteride medication.
Has anyone out there in Patient Land had any experience in shrinking the prostate using PEMF for BPH??? I would really like to get off the meds.
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