My elderly father-law who is in his mid-eighties has a constant urge to urinate (from what I see when we take him out).
He is under the doctor for various other ailments, so I presume there have been PSA tests. He has bought “alternative” snake-oil type products to “cure” aches and pains from the newspapers and now he is on the speed-dial list of some salesman who sells him various remedies including ‘Prostonic’ at £25 for 20 days.
The blurb says it is made from ‘natural’ ingredients, but the website makes no claims as to efficacy whatever. God knows what the salesman promises him during his regular phone calls.
Check out this website and I would be grateful for any advice.
Obviously, I will try to get a referral to Urology, but has ‘Prostonic’ been a miracle cure for your BPH / urethral constriction?
Edited by member 20 Jul 2018 at 08:22
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