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Natural remedies such as saw palmetto, beta-sitosterol, pygeum, rye grass pollen extract and stinging nettle may help relieve enlarged prostate symptoms - more research is needed. Herbal remedies can have side effects and interact with other medications. Long term effects are often unknown. Ask your doctor before taking these supplements.
natural remedies, BPH, prostate, saw palmetto, beta-sitosteral, pygeum, rye grass pollen, stinging nettle
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