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This is the invisible driver of prostate problems
Prostate problems are all too common these days – but the root causes of prostate problems are misunderstood.
DHT, one of the primary male hormones, has largely taken the blame for benign prostate hyperplasia and prostate cancer.
We are told that testosterone is the main accomplice of DHT.
But some researchers are beginning to wake up to the realization that these essential male hormones are not the cause of prostate problems.
Estrogen, serotonin, and gut bacteria have rightly been fingered as causes of prostate problems.
But an even less well-known driver of prostate cancer and prostate hyperplasia is prolactin.
Prolactin is a hormone which is essential for prostate inflammation driven by high estrogen.
These animal experiments were carried out at the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine. The findings were published in Endocrinology.
Inflammation is a major driver of prostate swelling…
Also known as benign prostate hyperplasia. Inflammation also plays a central role in prostate cancer diagnosis.
Testosterone and DHT both have an anti-inflammatory effect on the prostate.
Estrogen on the other hand causes prostate inflammation.
These facts have confused many researchers because testosterone can convert to either estrogen or DHT.
Prolactin is a less well-known hormone that amplifies the inflammatory and disease-causing effects of estrogen.
These scientists wanted to know if prolactin had any role in estrogen mediated prostate inflammation.
So they carried out a number of experiments on rats.
The rats were castrated in order to remove any effect caused by their own natural hormones.
Then the rats were given implants which slowly increased the amount of estrogen in the body.
Increasing estrogen led to prostate inflammation.
“Inflammation was induced in the prostate of castrated rats by exposure to an estrogen filled implant.”
The researchers then looked to see if anything strange was happening with prolactin.
They found that prolactin levels were increased in the castrated, high estrogen rats.
The pituitary gland, which releases prolactin, was also enlarged in these rats.
“The presence of inflammation in the prostate was correlated with increased prolactin and elevated pituitary weight.”
Next, the researchers gave these rats a treatment called bromocriptine.
Bromocriptine has a number of interesting effects – but it’s primarily used to lower prolactin.
Bromocriptine lowered prolactin and normalized the weight of the pituitary gland.
Lowering prolactin also decreased inflammation in the prostate gland – even though the rats still had high estrogen.
“The administration of bromocriptine was effective at suppressing pituitary weight and high prolactin levels and mitigated the prostate inflammatory response.”
This interesting result shows that prolactin is required for at least some of the inflammation of the prostate caused by high estrogen levels.
The researchers then stress tested their results in another way. They added prolactin to the mix.
Those same rats had injections of prolactin.
Increasing prolactin once again ignited the estrogenic inflammation of the prostate gland.
“Inflammation was restored by administering prolactin at a dose of 2 mg per kilogram twice a day.”
We already know that decreasing estrogen can be very helpful for men with prostate problems.
This study shows that decreasing prolactin is just as important – and perhaps even more important in restoring prostate health.
“Our results indicate that estrogen-induced inflammation in the prostate is mediated at least in part by prolactin released from the pituitary gland.”
Bromocriptine is exceptionally powerful at lowering prolactin – but it is an Rx treatment.
There are many other tips and tricks which can help to keep prolactin down.
This includes vitamin D, calcium, zinc, magnesium, and natural aromatase inhibitors like well-cooked mushrooms.
In fact, with enough of these tips and tricks, you can probably control your prolactin levels as if you are taking bromocriptine itself.
—-Important Message About Lowering Prolactin—-
This simple protocol lowers prolactin and estrogen while naturally raising testosterone
- Protects the prostate and helps reduce inflammation
- Lowers body fat while increasing muscle mass (no working out necessary)
- Greatly enhances boners, libido, and sexual sensation
- Lessens the time between sex acts
- Increases load size
- Used daily can transform your health and make you feel and perform as you did when you were decades younger
- Quick results — usually kicks in within 4 to 7 days
I’m calling it the PET Protocol — Prolactin-Estrogen-Testosterone.