Know your medicine:
Glenza Capsule treats prostate cancer in men else might turn metastatic in most cases (enlarged prostate) deteriorating major parts like bone marrow, unaccountable pain and much more. It’s an oral capsule, needed to be quickly swallowed with or without food.
Glenza Capsule can be taken with or without food and should be taken at the same time each day. Your doctor will determine the appropriate dose and frequency of administration. You should follow your doctor’s instructions in the letter. It can have potentially dangerous negative effects if taken incorrectly or in excess. You may not notice or feel the advantages for several weeks or months, but do not stop taking it until your doctor tells you to.
Treat Castration-Resistant Prostate Cancer with ease:
Glenza Capsule contains Enzalutamide, belongs to the class of androgen receptor inhibitors, readily blocks the production of androgens(male reproductive hormone) which in turn cures the area affected by cancer i.e. the Castration-Restricted Prostate Cancer.
Pregnancy: Not suitable
Breastfeeding: Not suitable
Trying it for the 1st time
1st timers are going to love this medication as it’s highly affordable and easily consumable in counteracting the hormone levels that effectively cures the cancer-prone area. Prostate cancer has nothing to do with sexual tensions. But the castration-restricted prostate cancer has the ability to spread in further areas causing more pain. It’s a soft capsule of white to off-white oblong soft capsules (approximately 20 mm x 9 mm) imprinted with “ENZ” in black ink. On one side that magically raises the hormone level, curing the cancerous stage of the prostate.
The Concept of Castration-Resistant Prostate Cancer and Glenza Capsule
In general words, castration refers to the removal of testes. For men suffering from CRPC, cancer further devastates even with the decreased hormone level.
On ingestion of Glenza Capsule, a capsule that comes in white to off white gives effect in barely a minute dime is of prolific use to men suffering from CRPC.