Benign Prostate Enlargement Surgery in Bhopal
Benign Prostate Enlargement Surgery
When a man’s prostate gland begins to expand, usually after he turns 40, it is known as Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH).
It can be dangerous and put strain on the nearby urethra as the enlarged prostate grows. This can make it difficult for men with enlarged prostates to urinate. One of the most prevalent health issues for men over the age of 60 is an enlarged prostate.
Symptoms of Benign Prostatic Enlargement
Ahesitant, erratic, and feeble urine stream
Urgency and dribbling or spilling urine
Increased urination, particularly during night
Treatment and BPH:
Assessing the severity of the symptoms is essential before choosing a course of treatment. Since it is frequently moderate, people don’t need medication or surgery to address it.
Medication is typically the first line of treatment for symptomatic BPH after lifestyle changes.
Another alternative for treating BPH in persons who are candidates is surgical intervention.
Most commonly used Endoscopic Surgical Treatment is transurethral resection of the prostate Monopolar and Bipolar saline.