How to eliminate agonizing prostate embarrassment

Prostate problems do not necessarily mean prostate Cancer. Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). BPH, also known as an enlarged prostate, is growth of the prostate gland to an unhealthy size. A man’s chances of having BPH go up with age:

  • Age 31-40: one in 12
  • Age 51-60: about one in two
  • Over age 80: more than eight in 10

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you may be reading this because your significant other wakes you up several times a night getting up and going to the bathroom.


you may be reading this because you are one of the 27 million “Silent Generation” or one of the 37 million “Baby Boomers” with what may have prostate problem.

Prostate problems can cause frequent trips to the bathroom.

My frequent trips to the bathroom started long ago in my fifties. I began getting up one, then two then three or more times a night to make the bathroom trip. Since over half the men I knew of my age had this concern, I thought it was just something I had to endure.

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Then I began seeing TV commercials pitching products that they said relieved the issue. Smiling guys gave convincing testimonials that convinced me to order another bottle of hope.

None solved my prostate problem

Searching through drug and health food store shelves, I asked supplement counselors what they recommended. They all had a suggestion; another new brand was offered that had a different ingredient that they claimed was working for others.

Trying brand after brand, I was still getting up several times a night for the bathroom visit.

Then it got worse.

One Friday evening, I went to a movie with a lady friend. I was embarrassed for excusing myself numerous times to go to the restroom.  The “gotta go” sensation resulted in a few drips coming out each time I went for relief.

After the movie was over I went home and spent the night trying to get rid of the burning, stinging sensation in my urinary system. Each time fewer drops came out. My kidneys were hurting and after a sleepless night, I drove myself to the hospital E.R.

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The dreaded catheter.

The first procedure was to put in a catheter and drain nearly a liter from my bladder. Next, they took some tests and came back with the diagnosis of a bladder infection. I was given some antibiotics and told to go to a Urologist as soon as I could.

A bladder infection is a bacterial infection of the bladder. It is also sometimes known as a urinary tract infection because the urinary tract includes the bladder, urethra, and kidneys. The bladder infection had spread to my prostate; caused it to swell and shut down the urine flow.

After leaving the hospital, I went home and tried to sleep but that night. It was worse than the previous one. By morning I was all hunched over and feeling that my kidneys were about to explode. I couldn’t drive so I called a friend to take me to the emergency room.

They drained me again and told me the infection may last a few days so they left the catheter in and inserted it into a bag attached to my leg and sent me home. (I wish they had done that the first trip.)

Monday I looked up urologist’s and went to one.

Before I had my shirt unbuttoned for examination, he started talking about surgery, the TURP, Transurethral resection of the prostate. He then gave me the “you may have cancer” talk and wanted to make some invasive tests. (I am sure you have heard about that one guys.)

He prescribed antibiotics and sent me home with the catheter and leg bag. He gave me a catheter and showed me how to catheterize myself after the leg bag was no longer needed. (Doing that is like driving yourself to the gallows.)

The antibiotics worked, the prostate opened up and the catheter and leg bag came off.

Prostate problems continued to plague me.

The self catheterization tube and lessen came in handy as over the years the infection would return. Then the flow would stop and I would drain up to 2 ¾ urine out of the bladder with the catheter. This was something I expected to continue throughout life.

Over fifteen years, I went to several doctors and two urologist’s with prostate pain and low urine flow. All but one told me it was TURP time and they wanted to give me the invasive cancer test. I declined.

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One doctor gave me a drug. I went home and read the side effects and decided I would rather live with the prostate problem.

One told me I had a bladder infection again. He treated t it with an antibiotic and in a few dys I was better. Still getting up at night I experienced less pain and better urine flow.

My insurance company assigned me a primary doctor so I had to go to him annually. Several times, tests showed, the infection had flared up again. He sent me to a urologist who gave me the TURP talk and wanted to do the invasive test. (I wonder what kind of kickback they get for those.)

Every three months my primary doctor would order tests and wanted to see me.  The infection would still show up and more antibiotics were prescribed.  I felt some relief but still got up several times a night and was plagued with frequent urination during the day as well.

Look, doctors usually treat symptoms not cause of most conditions.

It came to my mind that if I could stop the infection before it infected my prostate, I might have a solution. Searching the Internet I looked up bladder infection.

Here is what happens in the bladder.

E. coli bacteria that most commonly causes UTI’s sticks to the bladder wall. Drugs may kill some of the bacteria but not all and it usually comes back and infects the prostate. Some herbs can stick to the bacteria and, so it can be effectively “rinsed” out when you urinate.

Learning that there are many herbs that clean bacteria from the bladder, the health food store was the next step in my research. Pricing out what seemed to be most of the herbs that would clean the bacteria from the bladder was my next task. Not all could be found in one store so after three stores I was at nearly $200.00 for a month supply.

Then a trusted friend told me about KBU.

KBU is a product from a company that specializes in nutritional supplements along with personal care products. The company had been in business since 1998 and has patents on over 40 products. The ingredients in KBU support healthy immune system function and educate immune cells and Increase natural killer (NK) cell function.

It makes sense that if you want to avoid future bacterial infection, boosting the immune system is a place to start.

As I went through the list of ingredients contained in KBU, most were on my list and there were some that I had not found in my store searches. Best yet, the price was really good. It was way less than the $200.00 mentioned above.

Placing an online order with a few clicks, I awaited delivery.

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It was not long until it the box showed up at my door.  Starting the day with 3 capsules in the morning 2 at lunch and 3 with dinner I hoped for good result. But I wondered if it would be like the others that did not work.

To my amazement, I began to experience relief in a few days. I made fewer night trips to the bathroom. In about a week I was surprised to wake up and realize I had slept through the night. After starting KBU, I have been able to enjoy uninterrupted sleep for months.

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