There are several herbs that can be used to help reduce the amount of urine in your bladder. If your doctor recommends this treatment, you should consult with him or her first. Only then, if you are comfortable with it, can you begin taking herbal medicines.
You may be interested in beta-sitosterol, cernilton, pygeum africanum, and saw palmetto. These herbal medicines have been studied, but the results were not very encouraging. You should be aware of the side effects as well as potential benefits before taking any of Fluxactive these herbs.
Beta-sitosterol can increase the levels of potassium in your blood, which can cause side effects such as a weak pulse. Cernilton can cause a rise in blood pressure, and may also lead to constipation. Some studies found that Pygeum africanum may have antiandrogen properties.
Saw palmetto has a low risk of side effects, although the results have been mixed. If you are taking any prescription medications, your doctor should be informed about the use of herbal supplements.