Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy
BPH is a common problem that affects up to 60% of men causing urinary issues such as weak stream, incomplete bladder emptying, urgency, and nighttime urination. This is typically treated surgically but can now be treated with a minimally invasive procedure through a small needle puncture in the groin artery. It is similar in efficacy to surgery and has fewer side effects such as incontinence and erectile dysfunction. This procedure is performed under conscious sedation with constant monitoring by a nurse and every procedure is performed by a board certified physician.
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