Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)

Please listen to podcast #2 “Don’t Cut Out the Prostate” which chronicles my own experience with a dual nightmare, when both my prostate and kidney went “south.”

The protocol listed here is one of our longest and most thorough. I know it is extensive and expensive, but it shocked my urologist to see me completely independent of his interventions in a very short time when he said I would not be able to urinate on my own again.

All of these supplements are food concentrates and need time to rebuild the tissues. Results will of course vary, depending on your current health profile. – Jack Stockwell, DC CGP

What is Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia?

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia is when the prostate becomes enlarged.  The prostate being enlarged can cause problems like a frequent need to urinate due to a blockage.  It can cause issues with the urinary tract, which impacts bladder and kidneys.

What is the Root Cause of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia?

Root causes of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia can be age, with age the prostate continues to grow.  It can also stem from bladder infection, inflammation, kidney stones, or even be caused by a narrowing in the urethra.

What are the symptoms of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia?

The prostate is located underneath the bladder and the urine flows out of the bladder and through the prostate.  When there is inflammation in the prostate it continues to swell, which can cause a weak urine stream or blocking it all together.  This can create the need to urinate often, and possibly be unable to.  You may also see blood in the urine.

Is there anything naturally that can be done for  Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia?

Nourishing the body and the prostate gland is your best path to keep from having issues with Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia.  You can do that with our whole food natural supplement from standard process and our Forbidden Doctor supplements.  ProstaCo, or Prostate PMG  are specific for the prostate we also have many other supplements we have support the kidneys and bladder nutritionally.  See our protocol below for the recommended supplements and doseages.

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) Protocol

Dr. Jack and Mary Stockwell, CGP, have a specific supplement protocol for Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) however we do not recommend nutritional support for non-patients using generic protocols. To access our Patient-Only content on The Forbidden Doctor website, you must start by filling out our free Symptom Survey. Dr. Stockwell and his staff will review and provide customized supplement protocols for each new patient entering our practice. These personalized protocols will save you money immediately by guiding you to only the supplements you need. Once you are a patient who has been evaluated, you will be granted access to the Patient Portal and all of our Symptom Library protocols, including this one. There will also be a treasure trove of forbidden information that’s been kept from you for at least 90 years.
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2 thoughts on “Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)

    • Theforbiddendoctor says:

      Sorry you are having issues finding the podcasts Gerald. In the top navigation, you can see Podcast. At the bottom of each page there is a paging function (click to go to next page) that will take you through all the podcast archives, or this link will take you to podcast #2: Don’t Cut Out The Prostate

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