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Eviprostat DB 100 tablets - Prostatitis Medicine
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General information on Eviprostat from Japan
Medical effects: reduced prostatitis syndromes.
Dosage and administration: take 1 tab 3 times a day.
Package details: 100 tablets in one pack.
Officially approved medicine in Japan. Certified prescription medicine with Approved effect and clinical trials. 69% of patients feel better after 8 weeks course.
Precautions and contraindication: follow the dosage indication. Allergy in less then 2% of cases.
Eviprostat from Japan: effects and functions.
The word prostatitis, which translates as "inflammation of the prostate", refers to a loose assemblage of syndromes characterized by urinary problems — for example, burning or painful urination, urgency, and trouble voiding — difficult or painful ejaculation, and pain in the perineum or lower back. But now Japanese scientists have discovered a medicine to cure all those syndroms together. Eviprostat has the following proven therapeutic effects:
- has anti-inflammatory effects.
- has strong diuretic effect.
- improves prostate enlargement symptoms.
- cleans the urinary tract from bacteria and toxins.
- restores basic functions of the prostate.
Eviprostat has anti-inflammatory effect and diuretic effect. It also improves enlargement of the prostatic tissue and sterilizes the urinary tract.It is used to treat dysuria, residual urine/feeling of residual urine, and pollakiuria associated with prostatic hyperplasia. The origin of the medicine is a specially designed herbal mixture, so the drug is absolutely safe and effective. all supporting research is provided in Japanese https://www.nippon-
Shipping time: we ship in 1-2 weeks after payment. You can order genuine Eviprostat for Prostatitis directly from Japan at best price online with worldwide delivery - Japan Health Center. You may be also interested in the following related articles about men's health medicines and treatment of prostatitis:
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