Now he can finally keep up with her
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—-Important Message From Megan—-
Hey, my name’s Megan…
…and my 53-year-old husband just went from ZERO desire for me…to giving me the best lovin’ of my life…
…sometimes even 2-3 times a day!
And he made this transformation in a little over a week.
I’m gonna show you how he did it because I get so angry when I see bad advice online about how low libido is strictly a lack of testosterone…
That’s only HALF the story, and only HALF of the truth…
And by the way, even if you’re over 50, your body still makes enough T to keep your libido going strong…
The real problem is there’s something else getting in the way…
Here’s a short video I made that explains it all.
Why so many men are now AVOIDING this prostate treatment
ADT stands for androgen deprivation therapy.
Androgens are the male hormones.
ADT is a prostate cancer therapy which is based on the idea that the male hormones cause prostate cancer.
If correct, then depriving the body of these hormones could be a viable treatment for the disease.
Yet there is a lot of evidence which shows that androgens are not the cause of prostate cancer.
Yet, ADT is still being suggested for many men.
Of course, androgens are absolutely essential for mental health.
And so androgen deprivation therapy has an almost endless list of severe side effects.
Recent research has shown 2 things.
#1 – fewer men are choosing ADT in the treatment of low-grade, localized prostate cancer.
#2 – ADT provides no survival benefit for these men, and in men with longer life expectancy there are more pronounced negative effects.
The human research was performed at numerous American universities. The findings were published in European Urology.
The diagnosis of localized prostate cancer means that there are growths in the prostate gland…
But no evidence of cancer spread to the rest of the body.
It’s rarely a serious problem, but some doctors want to “treat it early” in case it develops into something serious.
In cases of localized prostate cancer, androgen deprivation therapy is commonly recommended.
This involves using treatments to lower hormone levels.
“Androgen deprivation therapy is commonly used to treat elderly men diagnosed with localized prostate cancer, despite the lack of evidence supporting its use.”
This research was carried out in 2015 and it was designed to look at the then current trends in use of androgen deprivation therapy…
And to see if there was any evidence of benefit from these treatments.
The researchers analyzed data from over 45,000 men diagnosed with localized prostate cancer.
More than 17,000 of these chose androgen deprivation therapy.
All of the men were over 65 when the study began.
The study found that fewer men were choosing to use androgen deprivation therapy as time went on.
This is in line with lack of evidence for its benefit.
“The use of primary androgen deprivation therapy in elderly men with localized prostate cancer has decreased over time.”
Over time, more men are choosing active observation over any form of treatment for prostate cancer…
Except for the most high-grade rare cases of the disease.
This study, which included 10s of 1,000s of men with prostate cancer, found that there was no benefit in life expectancy of androgen deprivation therapy over observation.
“The use of androgen deprivation therapy is not associated with a survival benefit compared to observation.”
The researchers also found that ADT can interfere with other treatments in the rare cases of men who go on to develop more severe disease.
“Androgen deprivation therapy denies men an opportunity for cure with definitive therapy.”
Though there are little-to-no benefits in life expectancy, lowering male hormones in this way has major side-effects.
These side-effects are most pronounced in men who have a longer life expectancy…
Those who will have to live longer with the downsides of having low testosterone and/or low DHT.
“The deleterious effect of androgen deprivation therapy is most pronounced in men with a prolonged life expectancy.”
The research shows that fewer men are opting for this harmful and almost always useless treatment for a disease that is rarely a serious threat to life.
“We conclude that androgen deprivation therapy should not be used as a primary treatment for men with prostate cancer that is not spread beyond the prostate.”
While rare cases of very aggressive prostate cancer may require some treatment…
…the use of ADT seems entirely unjustified based on the evidence.
And for most men with a diagnosis of low-grade, localized prostate cancer, observation seems the best option.
—-Important Message About Protecting Prostate Health—-
This is what I’m doing to keep a healthy, happy prostate
I have my own prostate protocol that is keeping my prostate in tip-top shape.
So when I pee, it’s a good, strong stream that doesn’t start and stop.
And when I go to sleep, I stay asleep instead of getting up to use the bathroom.
And best of all, when I want to be intimate with my wife, things are working great down there.
Happy wife, happy life! LOL
And many men have been asking me, so here it is — my ‘glass of water’ prostate solution