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Prostavar Deception

Prostavar Deception

Have you been vary of getting caught in the Prostavar deception? Men suffering from BPH and prostate issues are looking desperately for answers. The prescriptions used to treat these conditions can have horrible side effects and many men are looking for alternatives to relieve their medical condition. However, there are many misleading products out there that claim to be able to help with these conditions. Can products like Prostavar really help or is it just the new snake oil of our time?

Prostavar Claims

Prostavar claims to have a product that can alleviate the symptoms caused by prostate issues. Using only natural ingredients, they claim that their product can have similar effects of the prescription drugs that doctors recommend without the side effects. According to the makers of Prostavar their product will:

Shrink enlarged prostates
Strengthen the bladder and bladder sphincter
Stop painful urination and dribble
Reduce frequent urination

According to Prostavar, their product is superior in its formulation and quality. They use saw palmetto, beta-sitosterol, pygeum, lyopene and other natural supplements like zinc and stinging nettles. They do use FDA certified facilities and follow the Good Manufactoring Practices (GMP).

The Prostavar Deception

While some of these components are prescribed regularly in other countries, none have been approved for the treatment of prostate issues in the U.S. This is making some people wonder if these ingredients did work, why have they not have been approved by the FDA? Is this an attempt at Prostavar deception?

There have been conflicting studies done on saw palmetto and the other ingredients in Prostavar. One study done on saw palmetto showed that men with BPH had “significant improvement of peak flow rate and reduction in nocturia”, meaning they were able to urinate at a heavier flow and had less nocturnal urinations. However, there have been other studies that have conflicted this data.

What To Believe About Prostavar

It is hard to know what to believe when it comes to the claims being made by Prostavar. According to their website, there are many ecstatic customers that are having great results with their product after having tried the prescription route. They even have a dozen or so testimonials from customers raving about the difference the product has made in their life.

What it comes down to is that there are so many different opinions worldwide on whether the ingredients in products like Prostavar work to relieve prostate problems. Some people claim to have had life changing results. If you have had to live with either the symptoms of BPH or the side effects of the drugs, you are probably ready to try anything. The good news is that you have nothing to lose if you want to try Prostavar. The ingredients are safe, since they are all natural, and they even have a 100% guarantee on their product. So if it doesn’t work for you, you are at least not out anything. And if it does, then how much better would your life be and how much longer might you live!

Prostavar is available direct from the manufacturer for as cheap as $22.85 per bottle depending on which package you get at or by calling them at 1-800-815-2398.

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