Your Prostate Health

What are the benefits of keeping your prostate healthy?

The prostate is a reproductive gland that's found only in men. It's located near your bladder and surrounds the tube that your body uses to pass urine. It's important to take your prostate health seriously.

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A healthy prostate:

  • Creates less pressure on your bladder, so the feeling that you have to urinate frequently isn’t an issue1
  • Helps urine flow more freely, so you don't have trouble starting
  • Is important for sexual function2
  • Maintains your quality of life

What does age have to do with your prostate health?

As most men get older, their prostate begins to enlarge.1 When this happens, many men experience unpleasant symptoms. Bladder and urination annoyances are common.1 In fact, nearly half of all men over age 50 have urinary symptoms of an aging, enlarged prostate.3 Some men younger than 50 may show signs3—so it’s not just an age thing. Fortunately, you can do something about your prostate health, especially if you don’t wait.

Early symptoms of an enlarged prostate can often be improved with URINOZINC®—a drug-free dietary supplement. URINOZINC® provides key nutritional ingredients that have been used worldwide in promoting prostate health.*

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An aging prostate can affect your lifestyle.

Some men try to manage symptoms of an enlarged prostate (often referred to as BPH by doctors) on their own. They might:

  • Plan their life around where the bathrooms are—or aren’t
  • Avoid long-lasting events, movies, dinners, and other social functions
  • Accept feeling tired because they can’t get a good night’s sleep
  • Show embarrassment because people notice their frequent trips to the bathroom
  • Wear dark pants to hide stains due to leaking

If this sounds like you, try URINOZINC®. By promoting normal prostate health and function, it can help you take control of your day.*

Maintain normal prostate health and function to help avoid:

  • Frequent urination—especially at night1
  • Difficulty starting a urine stream1
  • A sense of urgency to urinate1
  • Slow or weak urine stream1
  • A feeling that you can not empty your bladder completely1
  • Leaking or dribbling after urination1

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How do you know if you and your prostate could benefit from URINOZINC®?

URINOZINC® may be able to help you if you’re experiencing early signs of an enlarged prostate—such as frequent urination, difficulty starting to go, leaking, weak stream, and other symptoms.* URINOZINC® can help lessen annoying bladder and urination issues by supporting your prostate’s health and functionality.*

Find out if your symptoms may be mild, moderate, or severe. Take a confidential self-assessment quiz developed by the American Urological Association to get your prostate symptom score now. It can help you determine if URINOZINC® may be right for you.

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When to see your doctor.

It’s important to talk to your doctor about any bladder or urination issues that you may be having.4 Ask about an annual prostate exam and PSA test if you have these signs:

  • Feeling like you never completely emptied your bladder
  • Producing a weak stream of urine

You should contact your doctor immediately if you experience a combination of any of these symptoms:1

  • Less urination than you usually have
  • Chills or fever
  • Pain when urinating
  • Pain in your back, side, or stomach area
  • Urine with blood or pus in it

*These statements have not been reviewed by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

1. NIH: US National Library of Medicine. Enlarged prostate. MedlinePlus. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000381.htm. Updated October 2, 2013. Accessed April 8, 2014. 2. NIH: US National Library of Medicine. Prostate Diseases. MedlinePlus. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/prostatediseases.html. Updated March 7, 2014. Accessed March 14, 2014. 3. American Urological Association. BPH: Diagnosis (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia/Enlarged Prostate). Urology Care Foundation. http://www.urologyhealth.org/urology/index.cfm?article=59. Updated July 2013. Accessed March 14, 2014. 4. National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. Prostate Enlargement: Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia. National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Information Clearinghouse (NKUDIC). http://kidney.niddk.nih.gov/kudiseases/pubs/prostateenlargement/. Updated March 23, 2012. Accessed March 14, 2014.