Prostate Laser Treatment

Holmium Laser Enucleation of the Prostate (HoLEP) for Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)

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Back to Benign prostate enlargement. Try to reduce the amount you drink in the evening and avoid drinking anything for 2 hours before you go to Prostate Laser Treatment. This might help you avoid getting up in the night. Remember to Prostate Laser Treatment to the toilet before long journeys or when you know you Prostate Laser Treatment be able to reach a toilet easily.

Double voiding involves waiting a few moments after you have finished passing urine before trying to go again. It can help you empty your bladder properly. But take care not to strain or push. Check with your doctor whether any medicines you take, Prostate Laser Treatment as antidepressants or decongestants, may be making your urinary symptoms worse.

Eating more fruit and fibre will help you avoid constipation, which can put pressure on the bladder and worsen symptoms of an enlarged prostate. Absorbent pads and pants can be worn inside your underwear, or may replace your underwear altogether. These will soak up any leaks. Urinary sheaths can also help with dribbling. They look like condoms with a tube coming Prostate Laser Treatment of the end.

The Prostate Laser Treatment connects Prostate Laser Treatment a bag that you can strap to your leg under your clothing. Your doctor should give you a chart to take home. You'll also be taught a number of exercises, such as breathing, relaxation and muscle exercises, to help take your mind off the need to pee. Over time your target time will be increased, and at the end of the programme you should find you're able to go for longer without peeing. Alpha blockers relax the muscle in the prostate gland and at the base of the bladder, making it easier to pass urine.

Diuretics speed up urine production. If taken during the day, they reduce the amount of urine produced overnight. Your doctor shouldn't offer you homeopathyherbal treatments or acupuncture to treat urinary symptoms. This is because there isn't enough reliable evidence about how well they work or how safe they are.

A catheter is a soft tube that carries urine out of the body from the bladder. It can be passed through your penis, or through a small hole made in your tummy above the pubic bone. Most men with urinary symptoms don't need to have surgery, but it may be an option if other treatments haven't worked.

It's suitable for men Prostate Laser Treatment have an enlarged prostate. During an open prostatectomy, the prostate gland is removed through a cut in your body. It's suitable for men who have an enlarged prostate over a certain size. A surgeon inserts implants that hold the enlarged prostate away from the urethra so it isn't blocked. This helps to relieve symptoms like pain or difficulty when peeing.

Cystoplasty is a procedure to increase the size of the bladder by sewing a piece of tissue from the intestine into the bladder wall.

This may help men whose bladder muscle contracts before it's full. A catheter is inserted into an artery in your groin or wrist.

Tiny plastic particles are injected into these vessels to reduce the prostate gland's blood supply, which shrinks it. Potential benefits of prostate artery embolisation compared with surgery are fewer complications and you can have the procedure under local anaesthetic as an outpatient. This procedure involves injections of botulinum toxin Prostate Laser Treatment the walls of the bladder. It may help men whose bladder muscle contracts before the bladder fills.

Water ablation is a new treatment for prostate enlargement. There are 2 types of water ablation procedure. In the first, water is directly injected into the prostate using a probe passed up the urethra. The pressure of the water is then used to destroy some of the prostate tissue, making it smaller. The second type is very similar except steam, rather than water, is used to destroy prostate tissue. But not all Prostate Laser Treatment surgeons are currently trained to carry out the procedures.

So access to these procedures may be limited and waiting lists for them may be longer than for other surgical Prostate Laser Treatment. Page last reviewed: 31 March Next review due: 31 March Drinking less in the evening Try to reduce the amount you drink in the evening and avoid drinking anything for 2 hours before you go to bed.

Remember to empty your bladder Remember to go to the toilet before long journeys or when you know you won't be able to reach a toilet easily. Double voiding Double voiding involves waiting a few moments after you have finished passing urine before trying to go again.

Checking your medicines Check with your doctor whether any medicines you take, such as antidepressants or decongestants, may be making your urinary symptoms worse. Eating Prostate Laser Treatment fruit and fibre Eating more fruit and fibre will help you avoid constipation, which can put pressure on the bladder and worsen symptoms of an enlarged prostate. Using pads or a sheath Absorbent pads and pants can be worn inside your underwear, or may replace your Prostate Laser Treatment altogether.

You'll be given a target, such as waiting at least 2 hours between each time you pee. Ask your doctor Prostate Laser Treatment specialist nurse for more information about any of these lifestyle changes.

Alpha-blockers Alpha blockers relax the muscle in the prostate gland and at the base of the bladder, making it easier to pass urine. Anticholinergics Anticholinergics relax the bladder muscle if Prostate Laser Treatment overactive. Diuretics Diuretics speed up urine production. Desmopressins Desmopressins slow down urine production so less urine Prostate Laser Treatment produced at night. Alternative treatments Your doctor shouldn't offer you homeopathyherbal treatments or acupuncture to treat urinary symptoms.

Herbal treatments may also cause side effects or interact with other medicines. Surgery and other procedures Most men with urinary symptoms don't need to have surgery, Prostate Laser Treatment it may be an option if other treatments haven't worked. Open prostatectomy During an open prostatectomy, the prostate gland is removed through a cut in your body. Prostatic urethral lift PUL implants A surgeon inserts implants that hold the enlarged prostate away from the urethra so it isn't blocked.

Cystoplasty Cystoplasty is a procedure to increase the size of the Prostate Laser Treatment by sewing a piece of tissue from the intestine into the bladder wall. Prostate artery embolisation A catheter is inserted into an artery in your groin or wrist. Botulinum toxin This procedure involves injections of botulinum toxin into the walls of the bladder. Water ablation Water ablation is a new treatment for prostate enlargement.

Water ablation is probably less likely than a TURP to cause side effects.