I have been taking Saw Palmetto 450 MGS twice a day. I am 67. It is by the Sundown Corp.
For a year, I have taken this product. I think it is worthless. I had to result in going to a Urologist for the many peeing trips in a 24 hour period. I take Tamsulosin twice a day to help urine flow, and oxybutynin er 10 MG once a day, For urine urgency to pee. The OXYBUTNIN is helping. The Tamsulosin is SO SO. I have been having this problem for 4 years. Taking all those advertised prostate products is dangerous and most are worthless. See a Urologist if it is becoming a bathroom problem.
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