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Yes, Homeopathy CAN Shrink an Enlarged Prostate

There are 32 comments on the Natural Holistic Health Blog story from Apr 2, 2010, titled Yes, Homeopathy CAN Shrink an Enlarged Prostate. In it, Natural Holistic Health Blog reports that:

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ikz

Delhi, India

#3 Apr 3, 2010
Mark wrote:
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What do opinions have to do with our health? Opinions are biased & can be misinformed. A quality double blind placebo controlled trial removes opinion & provides unbiased data to determine if a treatments effective.
The source article above illustrates the dangers of ineffective magic treatments like homeopathy - it encourages people to delay real treatment until its too late.
What treatment is offered under the conventional system?

SURGERY!

What happens thereafter? You see a doctor specialized in a new branch of medicine.
Mark

Australia

#4 Apr 3, 2010
ikz wrote:
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What treatment is offered under the conventional system?
SURGERY!
What happens thereafter? You see a doctor specialized in a new branch of medicine.
So how does homeopathy fix the problem? Please explain how it interacts with the prostate to correct the problem.
ikz

New Delhi, India

#5 Apr 4, 2010
Mark wrote:
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So how does homeopathy fix the problem? Please explain how it interacts with the prostate to correct the problem.
Do you have an enlarged prostrate? Have an ultrasound report. What are the associated symptoms? Describe to a good homeopath. Use the medicines prescribed by him. Check your symptoms and then get the ultrasound done again.

Compare the two reports. Send the reports to Mr. Randi. Is that million $ still available?

The medicines will remove the reasons that have led to the enlargement of the prostrate.
Mark

Australia

#6 Apr 4, 2010
ikz wrote:
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Do you have an enlarged prostrate? Have an ultrasound report. What are the associated symptoms? Describe to a good homeopath. Use the medicines prescribed by him. Check your symptoms and then get the ultrasound done again.
Compare the two reports. Send the reports to Mr. Randi. Is that million $ still available?
The medicines will remove the reasons that have led to the enlargement of the prostrate.
You haven't explained how it works. Do some research to compare real medicine vs homeopathy.

http://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/bhcv2/bhca...
Mage

Eden, NC

#7 Apr 4, 2010
ikz wrote:
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Do you have an enlarged prostrate? Have an ultrasound report. What are the associated symptoms? Describe to a good homeopath. Use the medicines prescribed by him. Check your symptoms and then get the ultrasound done again.
Compare the two reports. Send the reports to Mr. Randi. Is that million $ still available?
The medicines will remove the reasons that have led to the enlargement of the prostrate.
I doubt Mark has an enlarged prostate. I don't either. How about homeopaths find 100 guys who do and do a high-quality controlled trial on them with their 'treatment'?

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Since: Mar 09

NY

#8 Apr 6, 2010
What is it when a patient goes for a "second opinion" on a treatment option or plan?
ikz

Hong Kong, Hong Kong

#9 Apr 8, 2010
Mage wrote:
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I doubt Mark has an enlarged prostate. I don't either. How about homeopaths find 100 guys who do and do a high-quality controlled trial on them with their 'treatment'?
Do you know that what the correct size of the prostrate is for you? You donít. Neither does your doctor. If you have no associated symptoms, you will never get it checked. Once you have the symptoms, you get an ultrasound. The doctor will COMMIT himself that it is because of the increase in size of prostrate only. Go to a homeopath. Detail your symptoms. Take the prescribed medication. Go back for the earlier routine.

No need to test 100. Many more are doing it and getting relief.
Mage

Eden, NC

#10 Apr 8, 2010
ikz wrote:
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Do you know that what the correct size of the prostrate is for you? You donít. Neither does your doctor. If you have no associated symptoms, you will never get it checked. Once you have the symptoms, you get an ultrasound. The doctor will COMMIT himself that it is because of the increase in size of prostrate only. Go to a homeopath. Detail your symptoms. Take the prescribed medication. Go back for the earlier routine.
No need to test 100. Many more are doing it and getting relief.
We don't have symptoms.

Find 100 guys with known prostate issues and enroll them in a scientific trial of the homeopathic prostate treatment. Tell us the results.
George Jenkins

United States

#11 May 2, 2010
I have tried many different supplements and therapies over the years, including homeopathy. To date, I have had the most success with Urinozinc which I bought at Wal-Mart. Less expensive than most others as well. http://www.urinozinc.com
What is important though is finding what works for you. Thanks for the suggestions.
Vitaman

Dallas, TX

#13 Dec 28, 2010
I have practicing reflexology for 30 yrs. I have treated prostate problems many times with 100% success. I encourage these clients to take some supporting herbs that have proven to be remarkably effective. These are the "real medicines" that Mark should have been referring to. If he did some open minded research, he would discover that the majority of "pharmaceuticals" where originally derived from plant/herb sources which work as or more effectively than the man made derivative which has many harmful side effects and comes at an extremely higher price. For more information, you can contact me at [email protected] I offer guanteed results or you don't pay. I practice in the Dallas, Tx area.
Mark

Canberra, Australia

#17 Dec 29, 2010
Vitaman wrote:
I have practicing reflexology for 30 yrs. I have treated prostate problems many times with 100% success. I encourage these clients to take some supporting herbs that have proven to be remarkably effective. These are the "real medicines" that Mark should have been referring to. If he did some open minded research, he would discover that the majority of "pharmaceuticals" where originally derived from plant/herb sources which work as or more effectively than the man made derivative which has many harmful side effects and comes at an extremely higher price. For more information, you can contact me at [email protected] I offer guanteed results or you don't pay. I practice in the Dallas, Tx area.
Pharma drugs are often derived from plants but they find the active ingredient that has been tested to actually do something then given as a measured dose. Straight herbal drugs do not provide the same efficacy.

As for reflexology - how can rubbing someones feet treat the prostate??? Its total bunk.

http://skeptoid.com/episodes/4024
Mark

Canberra, Australia

#18 Dec 29, 2010
Dr_Nancy_Malik wrote:
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Dr. Dewan Harish Chand on having no surgery in homeopathy said, "Neither have allopathy, ayurveda or unani systems strictly speaking. These are systems of therapeutics-treatment by medicine. Surgery is common to all-to use when neccessary." Every allopath does not practice surgery. Homeopath do succeed in curing some threatening surgical conditions.
Homeopathy is just water and sugar pills Nancy. They do nothing to cure disease.
Peter

Orange, CT

#19 May 21, 2011
I have used Opuntimal. Before using it, I tried saw palmetto, which is also supposed to be good for BPH, but I find that Opuntimal gives better results. Plus it is from the Holy Land, which puts it at the top of my list

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#20 May 2, 2012
My pharmacist is a friend who has suggested to me several times to use natural remedies, as he does and has found them to be highly effective for him.

My situation is a little different, because although I do have an enlarged prostate with the usual associated symptoms, I also have ED which is apparently derived from both circulation issues in the pelvic floor and in the prostate.

I refuse invasive prostate treatment, such as finger massage. Its just not my thing. So I would be open to considering supplements which helped address root causes.
bschrag

Houston, TX

#21 Jan 2, 2013
Vitaman - I'm with you - I'm a Reflexologist in Houston and have had wonderful results with prostate issues with my clients. No drugs, just helping the body rebalance and help itself.
madanjee

Allahabad, India

#23 Feb 13, 2013
Vita man statement I personal y want to interact with him
Muhammad Humayun

Rawalpindi, Pakistan

#24 Mar 16, 2013
Sir,I m a pt of 52 suffering from BPH scince last 2 yrs, also suffering from chronic Gastritis associated H. Pylori infection fatty liver as well. took medicines oemeprazole etc for gastritis along with ispaghol husk, but have huge flatulance nd ch constipation is persist, now i m worried for BPH all symtoms of BPH is present, I would like to request you kindly advise me homeopathy treatment in presence of my these symptoms. Thanks Sir.
Muhammad Humayun

Islamabad, Pakistan

#25 Mar 16, 2013
To vitaman,reply as soon as possable if u r sincire with ur pts.
Harjit Singh

Ludhiana, India

#26 Feb 13, 2014
My father, a diabetic patient, age 85 years is suffering from enlarged prostrate. Kindly suggest the medicine

Thanks
Who Knows

Seville, OH

#27 Feb 16, 2014
Mark wrote:
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Homeopathy is just water and sugar pills Nancy. They do nothing to cure disease.
I see you are all over the homeopathy boards. Not too much action here but you don't seem to miss any of it. I've got something for you to read.
http://www.topix.com/forum/med/homeopathy/T3H...

Instead of reposting it all here I gave you the link above. I chose one thread to post it on and then figured I'd come to another to increase my chances of getting you to respond. Not that I'm all that interested in that; I'm more interested in posting my experience because as we all should know, it is very hard to trust any ol double blind trial no matter if we are talking about allopathic medicine or homeopathic.

Like, does Flomax really shrink the prostate? Or was it going to shrink itself anyways? How could we know? It's like the same arguments can be used against allopathic medicine in many cases, admittedly not all. With more and more men undergoing laser oblation I would say that Flomax type drugs aren't as effective as we would like them to be.

Is there proof that aspirin is definitively a mechanistic cure for headaches? Check out this next link; maybe you've seen it already, maybe not. I admit, it is a huge reason to believe that homeopathy is a placebo but it may also be reason to believe aspirin is placebo. And I don't know how but I forgot to include it in my list of things that make me doubt homeopathy as a real phenomenon;

I admit it is huge and because of it I'd say I lean more towards homeopathy being placebo but I am confident I am about to find out over the next few months whether it is real or not.

http://english.pravda.ru/science/mysteries/26...

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