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Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) refers to urinary conditions due to enlarged prostate commonly seen in men above 60 years. It can cause severe complications such as kidney damage, inability to pass urine, etc. TURP (Transurethral resection of the prostate) surgery is recommended for those who have moderate to severe urinary problems and doesn’t respond to medications. TURP is the most-effective minimal invasive surgery option for enlarged prostate with fewer complications and quicker recovery.
The diagnosis involves a combination of physical examination and tests.
Minimally invasive procedures
The surgery may take around 90 minutes to complete.
You should not lift or move heavy objects or do any strenuous exercise.
The success rate ranges from 85 to 90 percent as it improvises obstructive voiding symptoms and urinary flow rate.
TURP is carried out using a device resectoscope which is passed along the urethra until it reaches the prostate. That means no cuts no incisions are made on the skin.
For several days after surgery, you may feel burning when you urinate. Your urine may be pink for 1 to 3 weeks after surgery. You also may have bladder cramps or spasms. Your doctor may give you medicine to help control the spasms.
Yes, TURP surgery is covered under insurance depending on age of the patient and duration of symptoms. Contact our HospiOne Team for further details.
Thats the precise reason why only experts are required to operate for TURP.
Strenuous activity, constipation, and sexual activity should be avoided for about 6 weeks. Symptoms such as frequent urination will continue for a while because of irritation and inflammation caused by the surgery.
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