Speman

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Description

Speman is a herbal preparation, the composition of which includes a combination of various herbs, which has a positive effect on the prostate gland and its functioning. The drug is produced by the Indian pharmaceutical company Himalaya. Produced Speman in the form of tablets of brown color (from light shades to dark), 100 pieces per pack, in a plastic bottle.
Speman included such substances as:

  • Itchy velvet beans;
  • Male orphans; Chattering;
  • Lettuce; Creeping anchors;
  • Suvarnavang;
  • Parmelia;
  • Argueya.

The drug Speman has an anti-inflammatory effect on the prostate gland, reduces its puffiness, causes an easy diuretic effect, improves blood flow in the vessels of the prostate. An additional effect of Speman is an improvement in the production of spermatozoa, an increase in their mobility and a normalization of the semen consistency. To a small extent, the drug improves potency.

Indications

Speman tablets are used in the following conditions:

  • Acute prostatitis;
  • Chronic prostatitis;
  • Benign prostatic hyperplasia;
  • Infertility from men (due to lack of spermatozoa and reduced their mobility).

Instructions for Speman use

Speman under different conditions has a specific instruction for use. So, for acute and chronic prostatitis and for prostatic hyperplasia, 2 tablets should be taken 2-3 times a day. With a decrease in hyperplasia, the dose of the drug gradually decreases.
With an insufficient number of spermatozoa and a decrease in their mobility, you should take 2 tablets 3 times a day. The course of treatment requires a minimum of 4-6 months.

Contraindications for use

The use of Speman is contraindicated in allergic reactions to any of the components of the drug. In all other cases, this medicine is approved for use.

Overdose and side effects

On the cases of overdose with the drug Speman in the instruction is not reported, there is no research data.
As side effects can be noted allergic reactions to the components of Speman: skin rashes, itching, paroxysmal cough.