Does Prosvent Really Help the Prostate?

Does Prosvent work?Prosvent is a product aimed at improving the health of the prostate, and they claim to be able to guarantee relief from your symptoms with no side effects. This would appeal to lots of guys that make frequent trips to the bathroom throughout the day, and can’t get a good night sleep because they’re always waking up to go to the bathroom. An unhealthy prostate can also lead to problems in the bedroom, so many men are all ears when it comes to an all-natural solution.

With a lot of baby boomer aged men hitting the time of their life when the prostate starts to act up, it only make sense that there are several companies sprouting up offering them an herbal remedy. It can be scary thinking about things like prostate cancer, or having surgery done on your prostate, so it makes sense to look into all of your different options, and also to be proactive and try to improve the health of your prostate before it comes to a head, and must be dealt with using modern medicine.

The Claim
Prosvent claims that you Be able to take fewer trips to the bathroom, both during the day and through the night. They also say that you’ll have better sex with a healthier prostate. But these are just the effects of having a healthy prostate, not necessarily what will happen by taking their supplement. This may not seem like a big deal, but these are pretty big claims. Modern medicine only has powerful prescription drugs and medications to try and produce the same effects. To be able to find naturally-based substances that give the same results is quite an accomplishment.

The Hype
The hype comes from so many men having an enlarged prostate, and wanting to get it back down to size so they can function normally again. Guys can get really sensitive about this sort of thing, so there is a high desire to get things fixed, and a lot of emotions when this sort of product doesn’t live up to its claims.

The Cost
Prosvent is $44 a bottle, but they offered discounts if you ordered more than one. You can get three bottles for $85, effectively bringing your personal price down to $28.

The Commitment
All that would the required on your part is to take the pill according to the directions. There other steps you can take to help maintain a healthy prostate, including eating the right foods, avoiding the wrong foods, and even how often you have sex all plays into it. So in conjunction with taking a supplement like this you should take other steps to help alleviate symptoms, and get down to the root of the problem.

Prosvent doesn’t really spent a lot of time explaining why their product works, they are intensely focused on trying to sell you the product over anything else. In fact, there’s not really any evidence given that the product works. With all the bonuses they throw in with it, and the chintzy infomercial they have, there’s just not a lot to convince someone to even give this a try. This is another one of the products out there that says it is guaranteed to work, and backs it up with a money back promise, but that doesn’t give enough cause to try it out.

Signs of Trouble
At the time this writing they’ve even let their domain name expire, so they might not even be in business anymore. If they are still in business, it doesn’t really make sense why you’d let your domain name lapse. Our guess is that they’re closing down shop, and simply selling off the remaining inventory they have on places like Amazon and other online retailers.

Final Prosvent Review

Prosvent was most likely a flash in the pan company that was trying to sell a sham product to unsuspecting men. They were giving away a free bottle of Provigor with every multiple order of Prosvent, but that is probably a product that doesn’t work either. When it comes to taking an all-natural supplement like this to treat something like your prostate, you have to go with a company that has a long track record of success with herbal supplements.

A company selling herbal products should have the same rigorous standards as a pharmaceutical drug corporation. This is because they are selling something that will be ingested, and is designed to interact with the body’s chemistry and physiology. This is not something to be taken lightly, and it is not just a matter of rounding up some plant extracts, combining them together and calling it a product.

The system is set up so that they try to instill belief in as many people as they can, so that they can get people to think that the product will work. If enough people believe that the product will work, take it, and see any sort of improvement they will associate that with the pill working. Apparently not enough people made it this far, as Prosvent has no positive feedback, and just couldn’t seem to get off the ground.

Our Recommendation
You can safely avoid Prosvent and go with something more reliable from a company that can manage to stay in business for an extended period of time. We are in the process of evaluating all of your different prostate health options, and will report back with our findings as soon as we can.

What do you think? Does Prosvent work or not?

{ 17 comments… read them below or add one } July 21, 2013 at 9:45 pm

I have read many reports that saw palmetto does not work for the prostate, and have proven this to myself. My interest: A doctor steered me to it decades ago. Later I tried a prescription med which I quit after three months. What slightly interests me is your claim that foods have some effect, what they are and exactly how they work.


pierre pablo September 29, 2013 at 6:10 am

can. i buy it over the counter


Marco May 31, 2016 at 2:29 pm

You can buy it without a RX, even online at Amazon.


Liam September 10, 2016 at 9:30 pm

I noticed no one bothered to respond to your very important question.?


pierre pablo September 29, 2013 at 6:07 am

may i ask my doctor to prescribe me prosvent


Marco May 31, 2016 at 2:29 pm

It is not a prescription drug. It is available without one.


Tola December 15, 2016 at 4:10 pm

Whats the relationship between the curative effect of PROSVENT and the kidney. will it also work on the kidney or its purely for prostate.


Tonette January 15, 2017 at 10:42 pm

I don’t know who wrote this review. Words are misspelled, the grammar is poor and the sentence syntax is horrible. I do not believe the Prosvent is a viable product. Seems too good to be true.

Foods that nourish the prostate: stewed tomatoes, blueberries, broccoli, beans, watermelon, wild Alaskan salmon
Foods that are bad for the prostate: runny eggs (soft-boiled, poached, sunny-side up, fried or scrambled soft)


frederick fields January 16, 2017 at 1:05 am

prosvent simply doesnot work.


Charlie greeley February 26, 2017 at 3:41 am

When I close my eyes and sleep any time of day I wet myself get lazy and relaxed please help


Elias April 30, 2017 at 8:12 pm

Since the 1st comment here was 7-21-2013, this ‘report’ is WAY out of date, esp since I just saw a Prosvent commercial today, 4-30-2017.

I take a product that has some of the same ingredients Prosvent claims to have, and it works for me. I’ve had prostate issues – having to pee too often – for over 20 years now. I started with a product I saw in Parade magazine in the Sunday paper, back b4 the internet was a thing. After using that product for a few years, once I let myself run out of it, and I didn’t have any to take for nearly 2 weeks before my re-order arrived. During that time it got so bad I was having to pee nearly every hour. Remember the Re-release of the original Star Wars movie in 1998? I peed before I went in, but I couldn’t sit thru the whole movie – had to go to the men’s room and pee again. That’s how bad it was. Got my prosvent-like stuff in the mail, started taking it again, and in a week I felt normal, going 4-6 hours w/o having to pee during the day, and sometimes all night w/o getting up, but never getting up more than once. And ZERO side effects.

For the past 10 years or so I’ve been using ‘urinozinc’ off the shelf at walmart, 9 bucks for 60 caps, which has several of the same ingredients prosvent advertises in their product. Plus, I take 450 mg saw palmetto, also off the shelf at walmart for about 10 bucks for 200 caps. I sleep at least 6 hours w/o getting up, occasionally I sleep 8 hrs. This over-the-counter ‘natural’ stuff has been working for me for over 2 decades. Again, with ZERO side effects. So for only about $20 ($9 for ‘urinozinc prostate health’ and $10 for ‘saw palmetto 450 mg’ at walmart), isn’t it worth a try?

I clicked to this link because I wanted to compare prosvent to what I’m already taking. The ‘report’ I’ve just read above was pretty much a waste of my time. I posted this long comment so hopefully it won’t be such a waste to people who read it after me.


Randy Blumenthal March 30, 2018 at 7:24 pm

The above review fits all profile points of being written by a representative of Prosvent.
The facts and theories do not confirm that the herbal ingredients in Prosvent are effective at all for Prostrate issues.


Sluggo Bear June 30, 2018 at 7:04 am

Come on people, are you really this gullible?There are no magic natural remedies, other than aspirin, that have NOT been discovered and monetized. There’s a GOOD reason we have the FDA to ensure safety and efficacy!
But go ahead folks…go spend some SERIOUS CASH on Prevagen, “a protein originally isolated from jellyfish”…because a commercial tells you you need this for your brain. I was one of the PhD students who discovered this protein in jellyfish that binds calcium. It can’t even make it through your F’ING stomach! Americans are scientifically blind deaf and dumb by choice. How else would a country elect someone so stupid as president?
One of the biggest problems with this country is the ignorance of the citizenry, which translates to the gullibility and susceptibility of people to complete BS like Prosvent or Prevagen.


Jesse Bennett May 18, 2019 at 3:40 pm

Harsh and angry…and quite justifiable! Thanks!


dick cramer May 15, 2019 at 10:54 pm

One commentor attempted to describe foods good for reducing prostate size,but runny eggs are bad for prostate size issues further described in parenthesise as soft boiled,poached,sunny side up,fried or scrambeled soft.

Does this mean every described runny egg within parenthesis is also a “runny egg) ?????


Don L June 23, 2019 at 4:53 am

First off, if you eat a near perfect diet, mostly veg’s, good oils, no sugar, honey or worse, no non-food substances, (even though they are approved by our very corrupt and bought off FDA), enough good protein, etc… You will have a healthy prostate. That being said, few of us, me included, can tolerate that type of diet. So most of us have to try “natural” remedies. There is no current Rx (prescription) that reduces the size of the prostate. There are some that lessen some of the symptoms associated with an enlarged prostate with many unhealthy side effects, but none that reduce the size and the actual problem. There are some medical procedures that may be available and help certain people, but these can range from uncomfortable , required daily (or more) procedures to quite painfull and invasive surgeries. So for most of us, with no other reasonable choice, we are stuck with trying natural remedies. While most of these work for some people, the majority of these don’t work on a very high percentage of men. They have little or no effect at all on others. To be fair, you do have to give them time, you’re trying to shrink something that took years to enlarge. Minimum 60 day trial. I have not been very successful so far. The best I’ve achieved so far is probably close to 10% improvement with 4 trials (different brands) and many single item supplements. You can’t go by reviews, each body is different and has different requirements. Plan on trying many brands for at least 60 days per. 30 days inbetween trials. Out of all the ones you try, keep track of any differences in your symptoms. You may find 10% at not too expensive is the best you can justify and better than nothing. Prosvent will be my next trial. I don’t have much hope, but seriously I have so little to lose at this point and no better alternative. If nothing better works in my trials, I may go back to Costco’s brand for 10% improvement, I don’t know. Good luck!


Chuck B. July 8, 2019 at 4:53 am

I was having to urinate way more than normal (about once every hour at times) throughout the day and in the morning was having a slow flow. I have been taking Finasteride for 6 months and it has been working great! Even when drinking 3 cups of coffee in the morning, I don’t have to urinate like I did before taking finasteride.


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