How estrogen causes prostate inflammation

How estrogen causes prostate inflammation

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It’s been a mystery to doctors and pharmaceutical corporations, what really causes large prostates.

But I’m going to show that we already know the cause of prostate problems in men.

And it’s already verified to be true.

The reason this is important is that if you know the cause, you can fix the problem.

If you are wrong about the cause, you will try to fix the problem in a wrong way.

You’ll try bad medications with terrible side effects and horrible surgeries.

This newsletter may help you avoid all that if you have some prostate issues.

They exposed human prostate tissue to the most powerful form of estrogen, estradiol.

And the prostate tissue responded with eight times as much cyclic AMP as normal tissue.

Cyclic AMP can cause cells to multiply virtually out of control.
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Cyclic AMP is a very important chemical messenger in the body with many functions.

But in this case, it’s pretty clear that the process leads to prostate enlargement.

Estrogen triggers too much cAMP which causes the prostate to enlarge.

The most startling part of this discovery is that DHT can completely stop the prostate growth caused by estradiol.

DHT, which blocks the binding of estradiol to SHBG, completely negates the effect of estradiol.

Now we know that there is a lot of estrogen in our environments.

It’s in plastic water bottles, food microwaved in plastic dishes.

From soaps and shampoos to contaminants in the water and the air probably.

And this is estrogen exposure that your mother went through.

They fed pregnant mice tiny amounts of estrogen, estrogen-like compounds found in the environment.

Then the mice gave birth.

And they discovered that the male offspring had prostate inflammation and were more likely to have prostate problems.

The estrogen exposure was one of the causes of prostate inflammation.

Note this — it was the mother’s exposure to tiny amounts of estrogen-like contaminants in the environment that caused the male offspring to have prostate problems.

During fetal life small amounts of estrogenic chemicals could permanently disrupt cellular control systems and predispose the prostate to disease in adulthood.

I think that exposure of the mother to even small amounts of estrogen is probably responsible for a lot of today’s prostate problems.

A mother’s exposure could be to birth control medication, estrogen in the environment, or estrogen replacement therapy.

Plus, you have all of the environmental estrogen-like compounds.

Add them all together, and it explains why much prostate inflammation and prostate cancer exists today.

The real cause of prostate problems is estrogen, not testosterone and not old age or anything else.

They proved the association between estrogen and prostate cancer and showed the dangers of estrogen getting too high.

It is more likely to accumulate and cause problems as a man gets older.

A man’s testosterone rate will fall as he ages.

So, as testosterone levels get lower, DHT’s protective effects diminish.

This proves that testosterone is not the cause of prostate problems.

Testosterone is one of the fixes.

Having naturally high testosterone levels as you get older will protect you against prostate problems and probably prostate cancer.

And avoiding estrogen and estrogen-like compounds in your daily life will help you.



Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
Estradiol causes the rapid accumulation of cAMP in human prostate 

Estrogenic chemicals in plastic and oral contraceptives disrupt development of the fetal mouse prostate and urethra 


  1. I’ve heard this before. Don’t know if mainstream medicine is working off this latest discovery. The are still saying meat is bad for your even though that has been proven wrong.

    • meat is fine for you but too much meat means your body gets too much phosphorus, and also too much methionine. Increasing calcium, and eating less muscle meat, can help promote health more than eating a lot of meat.

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