“I Always Need to Pee!” Relieving the Curse of an Overactive Bladder

You’ve had it. Your enjoyment at the ballgame, Movie Theater or during any activity is constantly disrupted by your need to pee. Your boss is mad because of all the trips to the bathroom you take. He thinks you’re just goofing off, you wish that were the case. The truth is humiliating – you have an overactive bladder. Even more embarrassing is the fact that you suffer from penile leakage, excessive dribbling of urine that is also associated with the incessant urge to urinate.
Now the only question is, what’s to be done about it? What can be done about it? Well, first understand that the condition you suffer from is quite common. Once you’ve ruled out more serious implications by consulting your doctor (important!), take a look at some of the natural methods of treatment that are available.
People of all ages, gender and race may be afflicted with an overactive bladder. It has been an issue for countless men for so long, tried and true formulas that have been developed years ago are still in use today! Among them, is “Urinary & Bladder Control Secret Formulation For Him” A respected Chinese physician, Dr. Liu took an age-old concept and refined it, improving and making it more appropriate for the modern man.
His formula is designed to not only treat “leaky penis” (his light-natured term for urinary and seminal leakage), but it is also beneficial when taken to treat the dreaded urinary incontinence we were talking about. But get this – it can also help you with premature ejaculation (not to assume that you suffer from that, too).
Basically, his formula’s high rate of success is due to the many nourishing herbs (such as Astragalus, Lycium Fruit, Codonopsis, Dong Quai, and Cimicifuga) found within. Water-soluble pumpkin seed extracts that have tissue-building effects on the pelvic floor muscles also contribute. Through various molecular and enzymatic mechanisms of the potent herbs, levels of natural hormones such as progesterone and testosterone are restored to optimal levels.
Now, I don’t want to get too technical on y’all, but you need to understand that there is, in fact, a real science behind this natural remedy.
The herbs in this formula essentially work to prevent what is called the “aromatase enzyme” from converting much-needed testosterone into un-wanted estradiol (known to contribute to prostate enlargement). By doing this, they naturally preserve and even restore testosterone to its prime level.
Through the synergy produced by the combined power of the herbs, Nitric Oxide production is increased, relaxing muscles around the bladder wall thus reducing the urge to urinate.
I think you can see how this method of treating an overactive bladder and its symptoms may also be helpful in controlling premature ejaculation. It’s basically the same concept, isn’t it? The more control the penile muscles have, the less urinary and seminal leakage will occur.
Don’t be inhibited to partake in recreational activities because of your concern of interrupting them by your need to pee. Control that urge with the help of natural and safe herbs and say goodbye to the toilet – it’s not going to see you as often!

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BestMagic posted on Wed, 06/05/2013 - 12:24
I suffer from this. It really sucks going to the restroom all the time. Having to get up every 10 minutes to go pee almost nothing yet you are almost dying from the feeling of having to pee. I am glad there are some remedies on here because it will really help me and hopefully won't have to go the restroom so often.
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