Prolistem® FAQs old

What is Prolistem® treatment?

Prolistem is a very unique product. It was designed to help men with primary testicular failure based on extensive research.
Prolistem is not a regular multivitamin. Although it does contain some vitamins, the formula is just to support the body. The key ingredient is patented and has the ability to reduce testosterone in a controlled manner without experiencing side effects.

Prolistem supplements contains three stages: stage one and stage two reduce the testosterone levels inside the testis by 10%-15%. The patient will not notice any change from this reduction because it is minimal but the cells will. By doing this, we make the environment a better place for stem cell division. Stage three will then supply the body with essential supplements in order to push the testosterone levels back up and drive the cells to develop new sperm.

Can anyone with azoospermia take Prolistem®?

Prolistem® is for non-obstructive azoospermia (primary testicular failure). Men with low sperm count can use Prolistem as better solution

I have tried many natural treatments but they didn't work, why is the Prolistem® different?

If you have non-obstructive azoospermia with testicular failure and you are taking a natural treatment to increase your sperm count by increasing your hormones, then you are trying to fix the wrong problem.

All natural treatments in the market increase testosterone levels and increase sperm count, but they are only good for men with a low sperm count and hormonal abnormalities. The Prolistem® treatment works via a different mechanism. You can find more information on our website.

I have non-obstructive azoospermia and my doctor recommended an HCG injection before testicular sperm extraction (TESE). Is this the correct procedure?

In 2012, the Department of Urology at Presbyterian Hospital (New York) published an article about the hormone treatments before a TESE:
“Men with non-obstructive azoospermia and hypogonadism often respond to hormonal therapy with an increase in testosterone levels, but neither baseline testosterone level nor response to hormonal therapy appears to affect overall sperm retrieval, clinical pregnancy or live birth rates.”

Read the full article

Does the testosterone reduction affect my health?

No, your testosterone levels will stay in the normal range, as natural herbs cannot completely reduce the testosterone levels.

Are dietary supplements approved by FDA?

Prolistem® is manufactured in an FDA registered facility and GMP facility

Are there any known side effects?

Prolistem® is safe and does not have side effects.
People with the following conditions may be more sensitive: heart failure, heart disease, fluid retention, high blood pressure (hypertension), diabetes, kidney disease, and liver disease.

What if I miss taking Prolistem® for a day or two?

Try not to miss taking Stage I and II treatments. Although missing a day or two in Stage III will not affect the overall results, missing many days could affect the results. If you miss a day or two, do not double up or take more than the suggested dosage.

When will I see some results?

We do guarantee is that this is the correct way to start treatment for primary testicular failure. But we cannot guarantee that all men will respond to the Prolistem® treatment equally, as the response to the treatment can vary from person to person.

Watch this video about success rate:

Do I need to refrigerate the Prolistem®?

No. Keep it in a cool, dry, and dark place.

What I should know about Prolistem®?

Men who are found to have primary testicular failure will likely require the use of surgical sperm retrieval methods to recover viable sperm for IVF.
We highly recommend taking the six months course of Prolistem® treatment for two reasons:
First, our treatment can improve your sperm count in the semen and avoid the biopsy.
Second, if the semen does not contain any sperm, this treatment improves your success chances of testicular sperm extraction.
Everyone should consider testicular sperm extraction after this treatment.

Are Prolistem® capsules Halal or kosher?

Yes, the capsules are Hala- and Kosher-certified medications by Capsuline.