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Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

Our BPH class of Mens Health medications and dietary supplements are used to treat Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia to relieve symptoms of enlarged prostate and causing it to shrink.

Use the search feature to quickly find the product you are looking for, by entering either the active ingredient, e.g. dutasteride, or the product name, e.g. Avodart.

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Our BPH class of Mens Health medications and dietary supplements are used to treat Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia to relieve symptoms of enlarged prostate and causing it to shrink.

Use the search feature to quickly find the product you are looking for, by entering either the active ingredient, e.g. dutasteride, or the product name, e.g. Avodart.

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Alfusin 10mg (Alfuzosin)
Alfusin 10mg (Alfuzosin)

Alfuzosin 10mg
Also known as Uroxatral
Out Of Stock
APO-Doxazosin 2mg
APO-Doxazosin 2mg

Doxazosin 2mg
Also known as Cardura or Carduran
From $0.15 per Tablet
APO-Doxazosin 4mg
APO-Doxazosin 4mg

Doxazosin 4mg
Also known as Cardura or Carduran
From $0.22 per Tablet
Avodart (Dutasteride) 0.5mg (Sourced from Turkey)
Avodart (Dutasteride) 0.5mg (Sourced from Turkey)
Dutasteride
Original branded product (Turkish writing) - comes with English language leaflet. Manufactured in Poland.
From $0.98 per Capsule
Dutagen 0.5mg (Dutasteride)
Dutagen 0.5mg (Dutasteride)

Dutasteride 0.5mg
Also known as Avodart
Out Of Stock
Duprost (Dutasteride 0.5mg)
Duprost (Dutasteride 0.5mg)

Dutasteride 0.5mg
Also known as Avodart
From $1.34 per Capsule
Dutas 0.5mg (Dutasteride) 30's
Dutas 0.5mg (Dutasteride) 30's

Dutasteride
Also known as Avodart
From $1.38 per Capsule
Dynapres 0.4mg (Tamsulosin) Prolonged Release
Dynapres 0.4mg (Tamsulosin) Prolonged Release

Tamsulosin hydrochloride
Also known as Flomax
From $0.92 per Capsule
Finast (Finasteride 5mg)
Finast (Finasteride 5mg)

Finasteride
Also known as Proscar
Out Of Stock
Proscar (Finasteride) 5mg (Sourced from Turkey)
Proscar (Finasteride) 5mg (Sourced from Turkey)
Finasteride
Original branded product (Turkish writing) - comes with English language leaflet. Made in Puerto Rico.
From $2.11 per Tablet
Fincar 5mg (Finasteride)
Fincar 5mg (Finasteride)

Finasteride
Also known as Proscar.
Out Of Stock
Prosteride (Finasteride 5mg)
Prosteride (Finasteride 5mg)

Finasteride
Also known as Proscar
Out Of Stock
Ricit (Finasteride 5mg)
Ricit (Finasteride 5mg)

Finasteride
Also known as Proscar. Tablet is film coated.
Out Of Stock
Silofast 4 (Silodosin) 4mg 15's
Silofast 4 (Silodosin) 4mg 15's

Silodosin
Also known as Rapaflo
From $0.80 per Capsule
Silofast 8 (Silodosin) 8mg Capsules
Silofast 8 (Silodosin) 8mg Capsules

Silodosin
From $1.35 per Capsule
Tamsulosin 0.4mg 100's
Tamsulosin 0.4mg 100's

Tamsulosin 0.4mg
Also known as Flomax
From $1.20 per Capsule
Urimax (Tamsulosin 0.2mg) Capsules
Urimax (Tamsulosin 0.2mg) Capsules

Tamsulosin
Also known as Flomax
From $0.81 per Capsule
Urimax 0.2mg
Urimax 0.2mg

Tamsulosin
Also known as Flomax
From $0.81 per Capsule
Urimax D (Tamsulosin HCl/Dutasteride 0.4mg/0.5mg) Tablets
Urimax D (Tamsulosin HCl/Dutasteride 0.4mg/0.5mg) Tablets
Tamsulosin HCl/Dutasteride
Also known as Combodart, Duodart, Jalyn
Out Of Stock

What is BHP?

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) is a condition where the prostate gland becomes enlarged due to overgrowth of connective tissue within the prostate gland and also cells that form the lining of the gland. These cells are responsive to testosterone and also convert testosterone into the potent metabolite dihydrotestosterone or DHT, which in turn is thought to stimulate the growth of prostate cells, causing enlargement of the gland. This causes the prostate glad to expand pushing into the urethra, which is the tube taking urine from the bladder and this causes obstruction of urine flow and can cause urinary retention in the bladder. Increased muscle tone of smooth muscle cells in the prostate gland also causes compression of the urethra. Symptoms of BPH include need for frequent or urgent urination, inability to empty the bladder, urinary hesitancy (difficulty starting to urinate) and difficulty passing urine.

Medications for BPH

The medications available for treating BPH are used to reduce the symptoms of BPH by acting directly on cells of the prostate gland to relieve pressure on the urethra, or by blocking an enzyme involved in stimulation of prostate growth. These include:
  • Alpha-blockers
  • Inhibitors of DHT production

Alpha-blockers

Alpha-blockers, like terazosin and tamsulosin are also known as alpha-adrenergic antagonists. They work by binding to the alpha adrenergic receptor in smooth muscle cells, which blocks the action of naturally occurring adrenergic chemicals like noradrenaline that causes smooth muscle cells to contract and tighten. This allows the muscle in the prostate to relax and relieve pressure on the urethra; this also relaxes the neck of the urethra, which helps urine to flow more easily.

Inhibitors of DHT production

The conversion of testosterone to DHT is carried out in several tissues, including the prostate gland. This conversion is dependent on the action of the enzyme 5α-reductase, which exists in two forms, 5α-reductase I and 5α-reductase II. Drugs that inhibit this enzyme are used to treat BPH and include finasteride, which inhibits type II 5α-reductase and dutasteride inhibits the action of both forms (type I and type II) of the enzyme. 5α-reductase inhibitors reduce the amount of DHT in the prostate, so that growth is no longer stimulated allowing the enlarged prostate to shrink.

Dietary supplements for BPH

A dietary supplement containing an extract of berries from the Saw Palmetto plant, has anti-androgen similar to the 5α-reductase inhibitors and is used to help relieve symptoms of BHP.
...Read more

What is BHP?

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) is a condition where the prostate gland becomes enlarged due to overgrowth of connective tissue within the prostate gland and also cells that form the lining of the gland. These cells are responsive to testosterone and also convert testosterone into the potent metabolite dihydrotestosterone or DHT, which in turn is thought to stimulate the growth of prostate cells, causing enlargement of the gland. This causes the prostate glad to expand pushing into the urethra, which is the tube taking urine from the bladder and this causes obstruction of urine flow and can cause urinary retention in the bladder. Increased muscle tone of smooth muscle cells in the prostate gland also causes compression of the urethra. Symptoms of BPH include need for frequent or urgent urination, inability to empty the bladder, urinary hesitancy (difficulty starting to urinate) and difficulty passing urine.

Medications for BPH

The medications available for treating BPH are used to reduce the symptoms of BPH by acting directly on cells of the prostate gland to relieve pressure on the urethra, or by blocking an enzyme involved in stimulation of prostate growth. These include:
  • Alpha-blockers
  • Inhibitors of DHT production

Alpha-blockers

Alpha-blockers, like terazosin and tamsulosin are also known as alpha-adrenergic antagonists. They work by binding to the alpha adrenergic receptor in smooth muscle cells, which blocks the action of naturally occurring adrenergic chemicals like noradrenaline that causes smooth muscle cells to contract and tighten. This allows the muscle in the prostate to relax and relieve pressure on the urethra; this also relaxes the neck of the urethra, which helps urine to flow more easily.

Inhibitors of DHT production

The conversion of testosterone to DHT is carried out in several tissues, including the prostate gland. This conversion is dependent on the action of the enzyme 5α-reductase, which exists in two forms, 5α-reductase I and 5α-reductase II. Drugs that inhibit this enzyme are used to treat BPH and include finasteride, which inhibits type II 5α-reductase and dutasteride inhibits the action of both forms (type I and type II) of the enzyme. 5α-reductase inhibitors reduce the amount of DHT in the prostate, so that growth is no longer stimulated allowing the enlarged prostate to shrink.

Dietary supplements for BPH

A dietary supplement containing an extract of berries from the Saw Palmetto plant, has anti-androgen similar to the 5α-reductase inhibitors and is used to help relieve symptoms of BHP.
...Read more

 

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