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"Tadenan" - a preparation based on plant raw materials (bark of African plum), specially created for the treatment of a single disease, which became a scourge for the male population of the planet.
Admission of the drug "Tadenan" is advisable in the early stages of development of BPH and can not replace an operative intervention in the case of a neglected condition. In this case, it is indispensable as a prophylactic agent after an eruption on the prostate gland.
In general, "Tadenan" - a fairly effective and safe drug to combat prostate adenoma. Nevertheless, his reception should be under the supervision of a specialist doctor who will monitor the patient's condition and any undesirable or, conversely, positive changes in the body. This will make it possible, in some cases, to diagnose prostate cancer in time, disguised as an "innocuous" benign tumor.
Indications of the tadenan
Indications for the use of phytopreparation "Tadenan" are the conditions that accompany the development of benign neoplasm in the prostate gland located next to the bladder and responsible for the production of a special substance that is part of the sperm.
Prostate adenoma, or in a new way benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is a disease that many men are aware of not so much as their health hazard, but more than unpleasant and painful sensations when urinating. These sensations are explained simply: the location of the prostate gland is such that it surrounds the urethra with a dense ring, and the growing neoplasm compresses it, causing various disturbances during urination.
These disorders include: intermittent urination, a feeling of bladder overflow with poor urine output, constant uncontrollable strong urges for small need, insufficient jet power and a feeling of incomplete emptying of the bladder, soreness with urination. All these symptoms cause a feeling of anxiety and depression in men who affect the health of both the emotional and sexual spheres of life.
The causes of BPH are the usual physiological processes in the body of men, such as aging, as well as the production and transformation in the prostate gland of male sex hormones, in particular dihydrotestosterone, which is the button for triggering the tumor process.
The drug "Tadenan" is designed to save men from unpleasant symptoms of the disease, preventing the development of the tumor. It is also a preventive agent of plant origin, preventing the occurrence of relapses after surgery (removal of the prostate or the tumor itself in it by surgery), if necessary.
The drug "Tadenan" has one form of release. These are soft white-green capsules of the capsule, which must be taken orally, with a sufficient amount of liquid. Each capsule contains 50 mg of the extract of the bark of the African plum. For convenience of storage and use, the capsules are placed in blisters of 10 and 30 pieces, and then in a cardboard container with a certain number of blisters.
Since prostatic hyperplasia is a benign process that does not give metastasis to other organs, surgical treatment of it is not always advisable. In this situation, it is important to stop the growth of the tumor.
"Tadenan" is an antitumor drug. Its active ingredient - the extract of the bark of the African plum - actively inhibits the growth of fibroblasts, which under normal conditions are normal, quite safe cells of the connective tissue of the body, and with physiologically determined pathological growth can form both benign and malignant tumors.
In fact, the African plum product acts on the main growth factor of connective tissue cells (b-FGF), which is the culprit of tumor development. If the factor b-FGF is made inactive, then the growth of the tumor stops, and the processes of urination come back to normal.
Pharmacokinetics of the drug is not sufficiently studied, nevertheless, the effectiveness of Tadenan in the treatment and prevention of prostate adenoma, as well as its relative safety for the male body (the absence of chemical additives and negative effects on the production and activity of sex hormones) puts it on par with other popular means from BPH.
Since "Tadenan" is a phytopreparation, there are very few contraindications to use. In general, they are associated with hypersensitivity reactions to the components of the drug, mainly peanut oil, which is present in the drug. An allergic reaction to peanuts can be very violent and constitute a danger to life (anaphylactic shock), so it is necessary to inform the doctor before taking the Tadenan drug about this particular organism in relation to products containing peanuts or its derivatives.
Side effects of the tadenan
Side effects of the drug are usually associated with either the reaction of the immune system (urticaria), or with gastrointestinal reactions (stool disorders, the appearance of nausea and worsening of appetite). In very rare cases, the mammary glands may slightly increase or a minor pain in the testicles may appear.
Dosing and administration
You can take the drug according to two schemes: 1 capsule twice a day or 2 capsules once. It is preferable to administer the drug prior to ingestion. For therapeutic and prophylactic purposes, patients are prescribed an individual course of up to 6 weeks, in rare cases, an additional 1-2 weeks or a second course of treatment may be necessary.
To simplify the perception of information, this instruction for use of the drug "Tadenan" translated and presented in a special form on the basis of the official instructions for medical use of the drug. Before use read the annotation that came directly to medicines.
Description provided for informational purposes and is not a guide to self-healing. The need for this drug, the purpose of the treatment regimen, methods and dose of the drug is determined solely by the attending physician. Self-medication is dangerous for your health.