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Prostate-small Gland Big Problem

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Prostate-small Gland Big Problem.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Roger S. Kirby(Author)

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  • PDF | Unknown pages
  • Roger S. Kirby(Author)
  • Health Press Limited (25 Oct. 2006)
  • English
  • 6
  • Health, Family & Lifestyle

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  • By Zoska on 28 September 2010

    A concise, yet complete book about prostate and its problems. All is well explained, the standard, modern and alternative cures of BPH, PCa and prostatitis are presented, excellent read and very usefull information for every man. Special mention for internet links that are given.

  • By David G. Buckley on 15 July 2012

    This book should be required reading for all men. It is, by far the best guide to the prostate and its problems that I have encountered. The illustrations are absolutely first rate. Furthermore, Professor Kirby has updated the book to cover recent advances in treatments, all of which are clearly explained without using technical jargon. Highly recommended.

  • By Pre Loved Books on 24 June 2014

    It was full of information in a systematic and easily understood way. Very clear as to different treatments for different prostate problems. Just remember that they are finding new treatments the whole time and the book is a few years old now.

  • By G. R. Munro-hall on 19 September 2010

    This was one book among a number of books I bought researching into prostate problems. Fortunately I read it after I had read the others. It offers just the modern medical pharmaceutical mantra written by a man who wants to keep his reputation with his colleagues. It glossed over the enormous risks of impotence and incontinence from traditional surgical interventions at the same time gently pouring scorn on some of the alternatives "needs more research, not clinically proven etc."The anatomical descriptions were good but anyone relying on the advice in the book to sort out any prostate problems is putting their health at risk. After reading it I saw it was recommended by the BMA so I knew that it just espoused the accepted medical norms.Being a sufferer of BPH myself until I took matters into my own hands I can say that this book is not the answer and that there are books which offer better advice which are also well referenced.If you want to accept what the doctor gives you and accept the consequences then this book will suit you. If you actually want to recover from prostate problems as I have done leave this book alone.The key to prostate health lies in the hormones but that is not explained in this book.

  • By wilen on 1 January 2015

    Useful reading for all prostate sufferers.

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