Benign Prostate Enlargement (Benign Prostate Hyperplasia)
Lower urinary tract symptoms in men are very common, due to benign enlargement of the prostate. Men present with slow urinary stream and hesitancy or the so called secondary symptoms of frequency and an urgent need to void.
All our surgeons are specialist in the assessment and treatment of these problems. The assessment will include a full history and examination including of the prostate. Your surgeon will advise on investigations needed to help plan your treatment. These will include:
- Urine tests
- Blood test including you PSA
- Uroflow test
- Flexible Cystoscopy
These include advice on life-style, drug treatment and surgery. Your surgeon will advise on the best option for you. Including TURP, PLASMA (TURis), UroLift, Rezum Steam Ablation, Prostate Artery Embolisation and HoLEP.