I had surgery to remove my prostate. I have scar tissue by my bladder which restricts flow.
Q. Dear Terry, “I had surgery to remove my prostate 2 years ago. Now, I am left with scar tissue by my bladder (due to the surgery) which restricts flow. Anything I can take that might help? Thank you!” — Ron C., Rochester, MN
A. Dear Ron, While I do have a recommendation, I also think it is important to consult with your healthcare practitioner, who can help you determine which supplements are best for your unique situation.
There is a clinically-studied Angelica archangelica extract I recommend that will help strengthen bladder muscles and increase bladder capacity. Angelica archangelica has been used in folk medicine for centuries – the Vikings even used this herb as a form of currency. When choosing a formula, look for one that features an aqueous (water) extract of Angelica archangelica leaves that has been clinically-studied. Start with two tablets per day – one in the morning and one at night – for the first few days, and then drop down to one tablet per day. If possible, give yourself one to two months before you evaluate the benefits.
Terry . . . Naturally