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Old 04-12-2006, 04:37 PM
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Default Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy - Fat, Thin or all men?

Maybe I just got lucky and that is why I'm asking the question. Does BPH affect all shaped men equally or some more than others?

I lost 40 pounds by design over a period of seven months and during that time took supplements for BPH. I ran out of Saw Palmetto about 2 months ago and kept waiting for the same old problems to surface but they never did. I'm almost 65 and have been bothered by BPH since my mid-fifties but now it's like I never had a problem. In that respect I'm 20 all over again!

Can anyone offer any rationale to my good fortune?

Maybe I got my mojo working.
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Old 04-22-2006, 11:12 AM
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Default Weight and BPH

Hi,
My husband has had BPH since about age 45. He is now 57. He has not had any problems with it so far.

FWIW, he is very thin and always has been. Nothing he tries will put weight on him.

Roxie
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