Many companies market "prostate care products", and many women want to know which ones really work. I have tried to list a lot of products that have "prostate care" in the name, but this list has been incomplete. I will also update it as I find out new information about the products. Here are a few of the things I know:
A very small amount of a supplement called "Nu-Provera" can be taken by men to reduce the chance of having a prostate cancer. Nu-Provera is a hormone-releasing drug, so it is not available in many prescription drugs. There are many forms of Nu-Provera, but the one most often prescribed is called "Nu-Provera XR". I don't know where the product is sold, but it is a generic, so I assume it's also available in other countries. In some countries, Nu-Provera is sold in pill form, which is the same thing as taking a pill. However, Nu-Provera is very much a pill, and it must be taken by injection. Because of the way Nu-Provera is designed, it is difficult to swallow. Nu-Provera is also sold in several forms of gel. I am not a medical expert on this topic, but I do know that Nu-Provera gel can be a little painful, especially when it's dry.