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July 04, 2012

Loss of Bladder Control Years After Prostate Surgery


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FOX News and Reuters report:

"One in 20 men who have their prostate gland removed may need a second surgery for severe loss of bladder control, new research from Canada suggests.

Based on more than 25,000 men who had prostate surgery, the study also found that rates of subsequent surgery for urinary incontinence doubled between five and 15 years after the first operation.

"The risk of incontinence will continue and (will) increase from a cancer survivor's perspective," said lead author Dr. Robert Nam, from the University of Toronto.

The study, published in the Journal of Urology, is the first to suggest that urinary incontinence may be a long-term problem for men many years after their prostate surgery, according to the researchers."

Read more: Prostate surgery tied to need for bladder surgery.

New study: 95% Have Side Effects!

"Up to 10 years after treatment, more than 95 percent of men had some degree of sexual dysfunction, Taylor's team found. And about half had urinary symptoms." Read the full article here:

Side effects persist after prostate cancer treatment

This confirms what I have been saying in my book, Healthy Prostate

Best solution: get prostate healthy and forget about prostate cancer. We all have cancer cells in our body. They die off as a normal part of a healthy immune system. It's time to develop healthy habits of good diet, exercise and stress management, rather than submit to prostate biopsies that will lead to fear of prostate cancer risk and thus surgery that experts now say has no better outcome on life expectancy.

What does make sense is this: get healthier. You get one body and one life. How healthy do you want to be? You have control over that. Choose the route that will benefit your overall health. I show you how in my book. Prostate issues are a barometer of your health... so heed the message and make life enhancing changes!

Dangers of mercury fillings

Since writing my book, I have spent more time studying the effects of mercury fillings and came to the conclusion that they are really dangerous in your mouth.

I finally was healthy enough to deal with their removal after personally testing and got a "Yes". I had about 15 huge fillings removed after being in my mouth since I was a teen and early twenties... that's over decades of exposure.

Think they are harmless?

Then watch this video.

or click here.

This quick video demonstrates scientifically that harmful mercury vapors are released from your fillings.

Then read more here about what to do:

How to deal with mercury.

That's it for now. I hope that your prostate health is constantly improving. If you have any questions, just drop me a line.

All the best to you,


Ron Bazar
Author of Healthy Prostate and

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