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Prostenal® represents a leading brand in the prostate care. When developing our products we combine our knowledge of traditionally used plant extracts with the latest scientific expertise. Therefore we offer effective products that support the proper function of the prostate and urinary tract. Moreover, our new holistic approach brings additional benefits for men - e.g. support of their sexual performance and vitality.  

Our unique method of processing the active agents in line with the GMP certification ensures high quality of our products. 

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FOR WHOM

If you are noticing signs of a weaker urine stream, more frequent urge to urinate, or if you have been experiencing intermittent problems with your sexual potency, try Prostenal® CONTROL. It contributes to maintaining the proper function of the prostate, urinary tract and the quality of sexual life at the age of 40+.

Do you suffer from frequent night bathroom trips? Prostenal® NIGHT might be a better solution for you - read more here.

BENEFIT

Prostenal® CONTROL combines traditionally used herbal extracts and nutrients, whose positive impact on the prostate, the excretory function and overall man´s health has been well documented in the long term. Moreover, Prostenal® CONTROL effectively promotes sexual drive and performance.

Balanced formula for the prostate health and man´s strength:

  • Saw palmetto (Serenoa repens) is a recommended natural help to  maintain healthy prostate and normal urinary flow.
  • Stinging nettle (Urtica dioica) promotes the proper urinary tract and kidney functions.
  • Tribulus terrestris is a natural stimulant that naturally vitalizes the body and helps to support sexual drive.
  • Zinc contributes to the maintenance of normal testosterone levels in the blood and to normal fertility and reproduction. It has a role in the process of cell division.
  • Vitamin B6 contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism and to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue. It also contributes to the regulation of hormonal activity.
  • Vitamin D3 plays a role in the process of cell division and contributes to the normal function of the immune system.

INGREDIENTS

Daily dose contains: weight/ 1 tbl. % DRI*
Saw palmetto extrakt, 15:1
(Serenoa repens, standardized on 5% sitosterols)
 320,0 mg -
Stinging nettle (Urtica dioica
root extract  min. 5:1 – eq. 1200 mg
240,0 mg -
Puncture vine (Tribulus terrestris)
stand. extract; 40 % saponins
100,0 mg -
Vitamin D3 10,0 µg 200
Vitamin B6 1,4 mg 100
Zinc 10,0 mg 100
*% daily reference intake; - daily value not established

Ingredients: Saw Palmetto extract, Urtica Dioica extract, anti-caking agents (cellulose, calcium carbonate, silicon dioxide, talc,magnesium stearate), Tribulus Terrestris extract, zinc citrate, stabilizers (cross-linked sodium carboxymethyl cellulose, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, hydroxypropyl cellulose), colours (titanium dioxide, indigotine), cholecalciferol, tryglicerides, pyridoxine hydrochloride.

DOSAGE

Maintain your prostate health and vitality in good condition!

1 tablet a day of Prostenal® CONTROL is sufficient (best after a meal). The product can be used continuously for maximum efficiency.

Warning: Not suitable for children. Do not exceed the stated recommended daily dose. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet.  Store out of the reach of children. Keep in a dry and dark place, below 25°C.​

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FOR WHOM

If you suffer from night wake-ups due to frequent urge of urination, Prostenal® NIGHT is the right choice for you.  
Prostenal ® NIGHT helps to maintain the proper function of the prostate and the normal flow of urine. In addition, it supports the natural way to fall asleep and sleep quality, which reduces the risk of total fatigue the next day as a result of sleeplessness.

Do you want to support your prostate health and natural potency? Try Prostenal® CONTROL- read more here.

BENEFIT

Prostenal® NIGHT has positive effect on the prostate health and normal urination - therefore helps to minimize frequent night bathroom trips and also supports the orgamism´s relaxation and quality sleep.

  • Saw palmetto (Serenoa repens) is a recommended natural help to maintain healthy prostate and normal urinary flow.
  • Canadian cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) has been used by herbalists for centuries and is also considered as one of the “superfoods” of today.
  • Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) is a powerful herb traditionally used in Ayurveda. It supports body relaxation and quality sleep for full body regeneration during the night.
  • Vitamins B1 and B2 help to maintain normal functioning of the nervous system and psychological balance.
  • Zinc contributes to the maintenance of normal testosterone levels in the blood and to normal fertility and reproduction. It has a role in the process of cell division.
  • Vitamin D3 plays a role in the process of cell division and contributes to the normal function of the immune system.

INGREDIENTS

Daily dose contains: weight/ 1 tbl. % DRHP*
Saw palmetto extract, 15:1
(Serenoa repens, standardized on 5% sitosterols)
 320,0 mg -
Cranberry
(Vaccinium macrocarpon) juice powder
 250,0 mg -
Ashwagandha
(Withania somnifera) root extract (standardized on 5% withanolides)
50,0 mg -
Vitamin B1 0,55 mg 50
Vitamin B2 0,70 mg 50
Zinc 0,70 mg 100
Vitamin D3 10,0 µg 200
*% daily reference intake; - daily value not established

Ingredients: anti-caking agents (cellulose, calcium carbonate, silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate, talc), Saw Palmetto extract, Canadian Cranberry dried juice concentrate, Withania Somnifera root extract, stabilizers (cross-linked sodium carboxymethyl cellulose, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, hydroxypropyl cellulose), zinc citrate, carboxymethyl starch sodium salt, natural concentrates (carrot, blackcurrant, radish); colours (titanium dioxide), cholecalciferol, tryglicerides, thiamine hydrochloride, riboflavin.

DOSAGE

Support your prostate function and body regeneration!

Regular use of 1 tablet of Prostenal® NIGHT  in the evening after a meal not only contributes to normal prostate and urinary tract functions but also promotes  relaxation and natural quality of sleep. The product can be used continuously for maximum efficiency.

Warning: Not suitable for children. Do not exceed the stated recommended daily dose. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet.  Store out of the reach of children. Keep in a dry and dark place, below 25°C.​

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Understanding prostate health

Prostate can be generally understood as an exclusively male issue. Yes, only men have the prostate gland, all of them. However, only few men realize its existence until it calls for attention. And problems with prostate af fect more than half of men over 50 some time in their lives. But enlarged prostate can have negative impact not only on frequent need for urination (day and night!), but also on man´s sexual life. If you live with your par tner, we can therefore hardly under -stand prostate as an exclusively male issue. The good news is that prostate health can be positively supported, and annoying symptoms reduced if you start in time!

What is prostate?

Prostate is a glandular organ, which contains also muscle cells. It is only present in men.

It forms a part of the male reproductive system. Prostate secretes the so called prostatic fluid that nourishes and protects sperm in ejaculate. 

The prostate is surrounded by connective tissue containing many smooth muscle fibers. The smooth muscles help expel semen during ejaculation.

To function properly, the prostate needs optimal level of male hormones (androgens), which are responsible for male sex characteristics. Prostate is predominantly regulated by dihydrotestosterone (DHT), a metabolite of testosterone.

Where is prostate located?

The prostate gland is located in the lower urinary tract under the bladder, and its rear part is adjacent to the rectum wall. The urethra, through which urine leaves the body, goes through the center of the prostate. If the prostate is enlarged, it squeezes the urethra more tightly and presses on the bladder, which are the most common causes of urinary problems (e.g. a weak urine stream or frequent urge to urinate).

Role of prostate

The main function of the prostate is to help protect quality of sperm and therefore is essential for male fertility.

How does it work practically?
First, the prostate produces prostatic fluid, an additional fluid to the ejaculate that protects sperm, helping the sperm cells to live longer and be more mobile. This milky fluid makes up about 30% of total ejaculate (the rest is sperm from testes and fluid from the seminal vesicles). 

Second, the prostate contracts during ejaculation and squirts its fluid into the urethra. While contracting, prostate closes up the opening between the bladder and urethra and pushes semen through at speed. This is why it is impossible to urinate and ejaculate at the same time.

Have you heard about PSA?

Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) is one of the enzymes contained in prostatic fluid. After ejaculation, PSA  helps sperm travel more easily by making  semen runnier. Scientists have found out that PSA level is increased when pathological changes occur in prostate. As PSA is easily detectable in blood, it plays an important role in determining benign prostatic hyperplasia or prostate cancer.

Prostate growth

Prostate enlargement happens to almost all men as they get older. Although enlarged prostate (benign prostatic hyperplasia in most cases) rarely causes symptoms before the age of 40, the occurrence and symptoms increase with age. Benign prostatic hyperplasia affects almost every second man 50+ years old.

The size of a chestnut, the prostate is an organ that grows continuously throughout life. At birth the prostate weighs only a few grams. The physiological growth of the prostate begins during sexual maturation in puberty, and around the age of 20 the prostate gland reaches its adult size. The second growth period starts after the age of 30. When a man reaches the age of 40, the prostate gland might have increased from the size of a walnut to that of an apricot. By the time he reaches the age of 60, it might be even bigger!

Factors affecting prostate growth

Men with the following factors are more likely to develop benign prostatic hyperplasia:

  • age 40 years and older
  • hereditary predisposition (occurrence in family)
  • medical conditions such as obesity, heart and circulatory disease, and type 2 diabetes
  • lack of physical exercise; 
yet, the actual cause of prostate enlargement is still unknown. 

Factors linked to aging and changes in the cells of the testicles may have a role in the growth of the gland, as well as testosterone levels. 
Men produce testosterone, a male hormone, throughout their lives. Testosterone is responsible for the development of male characteristics, including muscle mass and strength, fat distribution, bone mass, facial hair growth, voice change and sex drive. Testosterone is then converted to  dihydrotestosterone (DHT), a male hormone that plays a role in prostate development and growth. As men age, the amount of active testosterone in their blood decreases. Some research has indicated that even with a reduction of blood testosterone levels, older men continue to produce and accumulate high levels of DHT in the prostate. This accumulation of DHT may encourage prostate cells to continue to grow. 

Another theory focuses on the fact that apart from testosterone men produce also small amounts of estrogen, a female hormone. Scientific studies have suggested that benign prostatic hyperplasia may occur because the higher proportion of estrogen within the prostate increases the activity of substances that promote prostate cell growth.

Consequences of prostate growth

Because it surrounds part of the urethra, the enlarged prostate can squeeze it and cause problems in the passing of urine. As the urethra narrows, the bladder also has to contract more forcefully to push urine out of the body.

Over time, the bladder musculature may gradually become thicker and overly sensitive; the bladder begins to contract even when it contains small amounts of urine, causing a need to urinate frequently. 

Eventually, the bladder musculature cannot overcome the effect of the narrowed urethra so urine remains in the bladder and it is not completely emptied. When the bladder does not empty completely, there is a risk for developing urinary tract infections. Other serious problems can also develop over time, including bladder stones, blood in the urine or incontinence.

Prostate can be generally understood as an exclusively male issue. Yes, only men have the prostate gland, all of them. However, only few men realize its existence until it calls for attention. And problems with prostate affect more than half of men over 50 some time in their lives. But enlarged prostate can have negative impact not only on frequent need for urination (day and night!), but also on man´s sexual  life. If you live with your partner, we can therefore hardly understand prostate as an exclusively male issue ...

The good news is that prostate health can be positively supported, and annoying symptoms reduced if you start in time!

Symptoms of prostate problems

Prostate problems become more common as our life expectancy increases. And although older men are the first to be concerned, prostate disorders can affect men at any age.

In general, urinary disorders are the most common symptoms of prostate disease:

  • A weak and/or intermittent urine flow
  • Difficult start to urinate
  • A need to urinate frequently
  • Urges to urinate
  • Frequent waking up at night due to urges to urinate 
  • The feeling of full bladder even after you have finished urinating


If you observe blood in your urine or have pain in the back, hips or pelvis, visit immediately your doctor.

Visiting your GP or urologist does not necessarily imply medical or surgical treatment, but a professional examination will allow your doctor to choose the most suitable solution for you based on the precise diagnosis.  

The most common prostate disorders

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)

BPH is the most frequent prostate problem that affects almost every second man 50+ years old. It results in an increase of the prostate volume that presses on the urethra. This pressure causes urinary disorders whose intensity and frequency however do not always depend on the volume of the prostate. Click here for more information. 

Prostatitis

Prostatitis, or inflammation of the prostate, is a complex condition usually observed in younger men. It is differentiated into acute and chronic forms where chronic pelvic pain syndrome is the most common form. Click here for more information. 

Prostate cancer

Prostate cancer is one of the most common cancer in men but with very high probability to survive. Timely (as of the age of 40) and regular preventive examinations are therefore recommended given the fact that symptoms in the early stage of the cancer can resemble BPH. Click here for more information.

BPH

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) or benign enlargement of the prostate is the most frequently diagnosed urologic disease in men over 50 years of age. Its causes are not yet fully known but this condition seems to be connected with hormonal changes that support growth of the prostate. As the prostate gradually grows, it compresses the urethra and irritates the bladder, which can negatively affect the quality of urination.


Which symptoms may be related to BPH?


Enlarged prostate can affect urination in different ways, and the  combination of symptoms plus their "severity" may differ individually as well. In addition, there is no direct relation between the size of the prostate and the subjective urination problems.   

Symptoms can be divided into the following groups for better understanding:

Voiding symptoms: 

  • weaker urine stream
  • difficult start of urination (the stream takes more time to start, there is need for more push, etc.)
  • intermittent urine stream 
  • bifurcated or splashing stream of urine
  • prolonged end of urination 
  • the feeling of full bladder even after you have finished urinating 
  • dribbling at the end of urination or shortly after urination


Storage symptoms:

  • more frequent need to urinate than in the past
  • frequent night bathroom trips (known as nocturia)
  • sudden urges to urinate
  • involuntary leakage of urine (incontinence).



Support of the prostate function and treatment

Watchful waiting

If you are diagnosed with benign prostate enlargement, but do not suffer from annoying problems during urinating, which would negatively affect your quality of life, the doctor will usually recommend so-called watchful waiting. In other words, he will explain the nature of the disease, suggest options for changing your lifestyle aimed at reducing the symptoms and will invite you to regular check-ups at several months´ intervals. This way he will monitor your condition in the course of the following months (or even years) and if symptoms get worse, he will start treatment in time. Since the first symptoms appear, it is recommended to take food supplements to support proper function of the prostate and urinary tract.


Prescription medication
When symptoms worsen, the doctor may with respect to your overall health recommend prescription medication. The most commonly recommended group of drugs are so-called alpha blockers, which help to relieve the symptoms by relaxing the smooth muscles of the prostate and the bladder neck. This improves the urine flow and alleviates the feeling of bladder irritation.  
Another option are the so-called 5-alfa-reductase inhibitors, which not only contribute to relieving of the symptoms, but also help to gradually  shrink the prostate. Due to potential side effects on sexual function the treatment is usually recommended to men with more severe symptoms.


Surgical solution 
Only in case of serious complications (e.g. urethral obstruction) the doctor will consider one of the surgical solutions. Thanks to the recent development in medicine, the urologists can choose for example so-called minimally invasive methods that have minimal risk of complications and allow for a shorter period of convalescence.

Prostatitis

Prostatitis (inflammation or an infection of the prostate) is a complex and diffuse condition. Unlike most prostate problems, prostatitis occurs more often in young and middle-aged men. Only 5% to 10% of men develop prostatitis in their lifetime.

Symptoms

Prostate inflammation is represented by different symptoms depending on the concrete type of prostatitis but generally speaking, the common sign is pain in intimate area (apart from asymptomatic prostatitis). In most cases, those affected experience:

  • pain in the lower abdomen, around the perineum or the bladder
  • frequent urges to urinate while also experiencing pain when urinating or ejaculating. 

In case of a bacterial infection, chills and fever may also occur.
 

Types of prostatitis and treatment


Acute bacterial prostatitis

Acute bacterial prostatitis has quick onset with fever, chills and other symptoms of acute infection. 

The inflammation develop if bacteria colonise the prostate gland. Symptoms include:

  • chills
  • high fever 39-40 ° 
  • frequent and painful urination.


If you are experiencing above mentionned symptoms, visit your urologist immediately. Treatment with antibiotics is effective for bacterial infections, neverthelles, a brief hospitalization is sometimes necessary.

In some cases, the infection reappears again and again. This is characteristic for chronic bacterial prostatitis.
 

Chronic prostatitis

Chronic prostatitis (or chronic pelvic pain syndrome) is the most common type of prostatitis with the main sign being pain that lasts more than 3 months in genitalia, lower abdomen or lower back. 

Therapy for chronic pelvic pain syndrome is considerably more difficult than for acute prostatitis because the cause is usually hard to determine (if not consecutive to several outbreaks of acute prostatitis). A set of examinations is needed before starting the relevant treatment which usually combines medicines and lifestyle changes.
 

Asymptomatic prostatitis

Asymptomatic prostatitis means that prostate is inflamed but the patient feels no disturbing symptoms. There is a risk that this kind of prostatitis can lead to infertility.

Prostate cancer

Prostate cancer is one of the most common cancers in men. About one man in six will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in his lifetime but because prostate cancer is usually slow growing there is a high chance of successful treatment, especially when detected early. That´s why regular checks are important for men aged 50 years and more. And indeed, prostate cancer is detected randomly in the vast majority of cases on the basis of elevated prostate specific antigen (PSA) levels in blood.

The risk for prostate cancer increases with age (about two out of three men with prostate cancer are over age 65). Family history could be another factor - having a father or brother with prostate cancer more than doubles the risk. Also men who eat high-fat diets may be at higher risk.


Symptoms

If you have troubles urinating such as urges to urinate or dribbling, or problems with erection, you should raise this problem with your GP or urologist. Actually, prostate cancer can cause similar symptoms as BPH, so only medical examination allows to exclude or confirm diagnosis of cancer at early stage. 
In case you find blood in urine or in sperm, you should not hesitate any longer to go to the doctor.


Treatment

To find out if prostate symptoms are caused by cancer, your doctor will ask about your past medical problems, your family’s medical history and will perform a standard prostate exam including check of PSA in blood whose elevated level is one of indicators of prostate cancer (however the elevation of PSA can be also caused by other conditions such as prostatitis). Only if these tests show that you might have cancer, your doctor will refer you to a urologist for a prostate biopsy that is key for final diagnosis.

Treatment of prostate cancer depends on several factors - e.g. phase of the disease, your age or overall health. As medecine developed a lot in the past years, treatment is performed by specialized urologists who will propose and explain the treatment options that are the best for you.

Examination

Different prostate diseases may display similar symptoms in individual stages, therefore the doctor usually performs a series of tests to exclude or confirm your specific problems with the prostate.   

The doctor´s appointmet usually starts with a dialogue in order to collect as much information as possible about all the existing difficulties and lifestyle and assess the hereditary risk. 
The doctor may also ask you to complete the IPSS questionnaire (International Prostate Symptom Score), which will help him to better clarify the individual symptoms and their frequency. You can fill in the questionnaire also here and  get your result immediately.  

The standard steps to follow are:

  • Urine analysis for detection of possible infection in the urinary tract or blood in the urine. 
  • PSA blood test, where increased PSA level may indicate changes in the prostate.  
  • Palpation examination of the prostate via the rectum, which allows the doctor to assess its size, shape, and consistency. This examination is a "nightmare" for many men, but their idea is usually scarier than the examination itself. This quick examination is also an important condition for early cancer detection.  

Other tests your urologist may performy are: 

  • Uroflowmetry - in this simple test a patient urinates into a special container which electronically records the stream of urine. This test shows whether the enlarged prostate blocks the urethra. 
  • Ultrasound examination of prostate helps to measure the volume of the prostate and also helps to detect the presence of other possible complications that may accompany the enlarged prostate and may worsen the symptoms or influence the choice of the most appropriate treatment.
     

Although the discussion about prostate is still viewed as rather intimate, it should not remain a taboo. Quite the opposite - by understanding the function of the prostate gland in the male body and timely recognizing the risks you can better prevent possible complications in the future!

Check the most frequently asked questions here. If you have another specific question, just fill in this anonymous form and our experts will be happy to respond.

Prostatic problems in men naturally occur with increasing age.

The first signs of problems with your prostate (apart from acute inflammation) have typically very slow onset and are not too annoying, so men often do not pay attention or attribute them to their increasing age.

The initial signals when you should start being more alert include:

  • weakening of your urine flow
  • intermittent flow of urine
  • difficult urination - e.g. need to push to begin urination.

Additionally, the following problems may occur:

  • more frequent urination than in the past
  • annoying urge to urinate several times per night
  • the feeling of full bladder even after you have finished urinating
  • dribbling at the end of urination, or into your underwear after you finish urination
  • incontinence (involuntary leakage of urine) in serious conditions.

It is interesting that the size of the prostate does not always directly relate to the severity of the symptoms that a man experiences. Subjective description of symptoms by a patient is therefore an integral part of the medical prostate examination.

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (also known as benign prostate hypertrophy) is a common prostatic problem usually affecting men at the age of 50+. Growing prostate compresses the urethra at its outlet from the bladder. Therefore, BPH can negatively affect urination - weakening of the urine flow, frequent urge to urinate, etc.

For more information click here.

Your GP can perform the preventive and basic examination and in case of any suspected changes in the prostate he/she will refer you to urologist.

In case of lower abdomen pain, pain during urination or if there is blood in your urine, see the doctor without delay. If you have problematic symptoms during urination, or if these symptoms worsen, we also recommend medical examination.

Standard examination consists of the overall evaluation of the subjective symptoms, blood and urine tests, and a gloved finger prostate examination through the back passage. For more information on testing, click here.

Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) is a protein that is produced only by cells of the prostate gland. It is contained in the prostatic fluid, and small proportion is released into the bloodstream. PSA level can therefore be easily detected in blood tests.

PSA tests are used as one of the methods of general evaluation of changes in the prostate (enlargement of the prostate gland, inflammation, etc.). But the PSA value is also dependent on age, the size of the prostate and the overall man´s health. Therefore, to determine the exact diagnosis, the doctor performs additional examinations.

The doctor will recommend appropriate treatment based on your examination and diagnosis. The choice of the treatment also depends on the "severity" of the symptoms.

In the first stage of BPH (with mild urinary problems) the doctor usually recommends only so called "watchful waiting" - careful monitoring of your condition along with change of your lifestyle. Since the first symptoms appear, it is beneficial to take supplements which support the proper function of the prostate and urinary tract.

If symptoms worsen or in more serious cases of hypertrophied prostate, the doctor will start the treatment. The most commonly recommended treatment depending on the degree of the symptoms is currently:

  • herbal preparations with Saw palmetto
  • alpha-blockers
  • 5-alpha-reductase inhibitors.

Only in cases of serious complications, the doctor will recommend one of the surgical options.

Minor changes in lifestyle can reduce some of the symptoms. For example:

  • If you reduce your fluid intake in the evening, you can reduce the frequency of night-time urination.
  • By limiting alcohol or coffee consumption you avoid irritating your bladder, which provokes the urge to urinate, even if the bladder is not yet full.
  • Urinating sitting down can facilitate better emptying of the bladder.
  • Sedentary way of life has a negative effect on the prostate, so regular exercise (walking, ...) is recommended during the week.

Prostenal ® offers effective products that support the proper function of the prostate and urinary tract and promote overall men´s strength. Products are developed based on knowledge of traditionally used plant extracts and the latest scientific expertise.

High quality and effectiveness of the preparations is ensured by:

  • Unique form of processing of the effective substances
  • Quality guarantee of a historically proven producer
  • Produced by GMP certificate holder.

Prostenal® offers 2 product lines with special benefits. Both are conceived as once-a-day solution:

1) Prostenal® CONTROL for prostate health and potency support
Can be taken at any time during the day, preferably in the morning with food and liquid.

2) Prostenal® NIGHT for healthy prostate and fewer waking-ups at night
1 tablet in the evening after a meal and rinsed down with water.

Prostenal® is conceived as long-term prostate health support but some men can experience subjective improvement in some weeks already. It is recommended to continue taking Prostenal® CONTROL or NIGHT continuously for 2 months at least as this helps to maintain ongoing prostate health.

Prostenal® products are food supplements with combination of herbal extracts, vitamins and minerals. No interactions are proven, however, we recommend to consult your doctor before taking Prostenal® if you are taking prescription medications.

Prostenal® is a food supplement and as such, it generally has no side effects from the combined nutritional ingredients providing you take it as directed. Nevertheless, it is advisable to take Prostenal® with liquid and food in order to avoid rare yet possible stomach problems.

Prostenal® products don´t contain sugar or other saccharides.

Try Prostenal® CONTROL in that case. There is a unique combination of ingredients that helps promote a healthy sexual response:

  • Zinc naturally supports the normal testosterone level in blood.
  • Tribulus terrestris extract helps to maintain sexual drive.
  • Combination of saw palmetto and stinging nettle promotes healthy prostate and urinary tract functions as, actually, the presence of low urinary tract symptoms can be a predictor of problems with potency in some men.

Haven´t you found the answer to everything that you would like to know about prostate and the products?
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Is your prostate still good?

If you have concerns about the health of your prostate or you are troubled with urination problems, do this anonymous IPSS Prostate Symptoms Test. It's an easy way to evaluate your prostate problems. It will take you a moment!

The IPSS (International Prostate Symptoms Score) test provides a quick but reliable assessment that urologists use in their practice as a pre-diagnosis tool. It contains 7 questions that will allow you to get a better idea of ​​your prostate condition.

Start test Start test

For each question, select one of five possible answers, then click "Evaluate".

How old are you?
1.
Over the past month, how often have you had a sensation of not emptying your bladder completely after you finished urinating?
2.
Over the past month, how often have you had to urinate again less than 2 hours after you finished urinating?
3.
Over the past month, how often have you found you stopped and started again several times when you urinated?
4.
Over the past month, how often have you found it difficult to postpone urination?
5.
Over the past month, how often have you had a weak urinary stream?
6.
Over the past month, how often have you had to push or strain to begin urination?
7.
Over the past month, how many times did you most typically get up to urinate from the time you went to bed at night until the time you got up in the morning?

IPSS Test Evaluation

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