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Dr Allen’s Device versus prostate massage for BPH and chronic prostatitis treatment

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A unique prostate treatment with Dr Allen’s Device supports men’s health and wellbeing. However, urologists recommend for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) or chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CP/CPPS) risky medications. They may also suggest courses of prostate massage, which can be harmful in the long term.

The prostate gland consists of the seminal vesicles and the ductus and is responsible for the production of fluid that supports the functioning of sperm. The prostate is located just below the bladder and encloses the proximal urethra in the pelvis. Consequently, when the gland is enlarged or inflamed, it presses the bladder causing lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS).

Massaging the prostate gland can damage the very fragile structure of the prostate gland, causing inflammation and formation of prostate calculi. In addition, massage may develop urethral stricture or the ingress of urethral microflora into the epididymis, which leads to epididymitis.

With no side effects, Dr Allen’s Device enabling Thermobalancing therapy can be used as monotherapy at-home, without risky medications, surgery, and courses of prostate massage. Dr Allen’s Device provides the only clinically proven treatment that treats the cause of BPH and CP/CPPS, reducing the abnormal size of the affected prostate gland, relieving the annoying symptoms, pain and LUTS, without side effects.

Who needs prostate massage?

Prostatic massage is used to extract expressed prostatic secretions that has value in diagnosis of several conditions. This is the only positive task of this technique.

However, some studies are trying to promote prostate massage among men in the treatment of BPH and chronic prostatitis. For instance, an article “Evaluation of an at-home-use prostate massage device for men with lower urinary tract symptoms”, suggests that prostatic massage device is warranted.

Another article, “Clinical use and implications of sexual devices and sexually explicit media”, supports prostate massage for sexual stimulation. However, there is no long-term evidence of this, and men themselves stop doing this due to subsequent problems.

There are a number of risks associated with prostate massage

Attempts to make prostate massage a daily practice are not supported by either men or healthcare professionals. First, it is associated with several side effects:

  • Bleeding around the prostate
  • Damage of the delicate prostate tissue
  • Development of prostatic calculi
  • Acute epididymitis
  • Cellulitis, a serious skin infection
  • Spreading of prostate cancer if it is already present
  • The occurrence and worsening of hemorrhoids
  • Damage to the rectal lining

Dr Allen’s Device is effective and cost-effective treatment for BPH and CP/CPPS

Please read the article, which explains how this therapy reduces the size and symptoms of an enlarged or inflamed prostate: “Innovative Thermobalancing therapy and Dr Allen’s Device for the first time employ body energy to treat chronic prostatic diseases effectively”, which is published in the leading International Journal of Quality Innovation, https://link.springer.com/article/10.1186/s40887-020-00035-0..

Fine Treatment manufactures therapeutic Dr Allen’s Device and delivers it with free international delivery within 7 days via Royal mail tracking service. The price of the device is less than $200. For more than a decade, Dr. Allen’s prostate device has been successfully used by thousands of men with chronic prostatitis and BPH in over 100 countries.

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