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Crila as prostate supplement

I would like to ask any PCa survivor their experience on the value of the commercial product,"Crila" offered by crilahealth.com primarily for urination problems associated with prostate health. Since my BPH and successive prostate treatments, I have tried every prescription medication for frequent urination at night without success. This product was recommended by a well known physician but all the testimonials were furnished by the product distributor. I would like a second opinion from any user not associated with the distributor. The cost is somewhat high for the "load" phase at about 60-90 days (total $300-$600) but tapers off during the maintenance phase ($1.50/day).

Re: Crila as prostate supplement

Paul do you actually have prostate cancer?

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