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RE: ip-6 reviews

by UrologyCare - March 27, 2018

IP-6 (abbreviation: inositolhexaphosphate), is a vitamin-like substance. It is found in animals and many plants, especially cereals, nuts, and legumes. It can also be made in a laboratory.

Some people use IP-6 to treat and prevent cancer, including prostate cancer, breast cancer, colon cancer, liver cancer, and blood cancers. Researchers have been studying the role of IP-6 in cancer treatment and prevention since 1988. But, so far, there have been no studies in people with cancer.

IP-6 might help treat and prevent cancer by slowing down the production of cancer cells. It might also bind to certain minerals, decreasing the risk of colon cancer. IP-6 is also an antioxidant.

It is possibly effective for preventing kidneystoneswhen IP-6 is consumed in the diet.

Insufficient Evidence for treating and preventing cancer, preventing heart attacks and other conditions. More evidence is needed to rate the effectiveness of IP-6 for these uses.

IP-6 is safe when used in amounts found in foods. There isn't enough information to know if it is safe when used in medicinal amounts.

Special precautions & warnings should be taken with respect to below conditions:

·       Pregnancy andbreastfeeding

·       Clotting disorders

·       Iron-deficiency anemia

·       Weak bones (osteoporosis or osteopenia)

·       Surgery

***This information is for educational purposes and shouldn’t be taken as medical advice. Consulting the doctor is mandatory before using IP-6 depending on the individual conditions and preferences.

Glad to know that you are a cancer survivor. I think you are very lucky that you didn’t need chemo because it’s really hard and difficult to bear the effects of the chemotherapy. I hope a good health for you in future.

 

Yes, prostatitis often causes painful or difficult urination. Other symptoms include pain in the groin, pelvic area or genitals. The signs and symptoms of prostatitis depend on the cause. They can include:

·         Pain or burning sensation when urinating

·         Frequent urination, particularly at night

·         Difficulty when urinating, such as dribbling or hesitant urination

·         Pain in the abdomen, groin or lower back and in the area between scrotum and rectum

·         Pain or discomfort in the penis or testicles

·         Painful ejaculation

·         Urgent need to urinate

·         Blood in the urine

·         Cloudy urine

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On Feb 12, 2018 5:26 PM shellie12 wrote:

Was wonderig if anyone can give me some advice my uncle whos 81 has prostate cancer and into bones in parts..he has a cathiter in  and thank god hes doing good the last bloods they none his calium was good his blood was 12.4  white cells good and even a bone test showed a rise from before so dr was very happy with him...but problem is he is so hard to get him to drink water. if i get him to drink 3 pints a day thats about it i do dips and try to keep infections away. the nuurse said the cathiter could come out , this is the problem. he is a very nervious person and he does not want it out . as in before he aways runs to the toilet trying to make himself go...as well as that the uroligist to get him up and let him walk away hes on zoladex every 3 months ..another problem is  all he wants to do is lay in bed hes one of those ppl that if he has a sore head he takes to bed..always has.. he has not been for a walk outside the house from oct ..says he does want to catch the cold... I have high axniety levels and am getting worst as there is no working with him .. can anyone give me some advice  pppl have tryed to talk to him but it goes over his head everyone can see how far down i am  he doesnt ....i nevr go out as i dotn wanta be leaving him on his own .. sorry of am ranting a bit 

I can understand the situation that you and your uncle are going through but here the important thing is to solve the problem in the best possible way. My advice is that you should get help from your family members especially close relationships with your uncle, friends, relatives, and caregivers (counselors) because they all help your uncle to fight the prostate cancer. 

Hope the answer helps.

Thanks. 

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