Treatment of BPH using a green laser. Without blood and with a quick rehabilitation.
Laser surgery is used to treat urinary symptoms caused by benign prostatic hyperplasia. During surgery used a laser, which removes prostate tissue that's blocking urine flow.
Surgery is performed under General or spinal anesthesia. Modern methods use high-energy laser low penetration, which upon contact destroys the prostate tissue.
After the operation the patient resumed a normal sex life after a couple of weeks.
Laser surgery allows you to quickly get rid of many symptoms of prostatitis, however, the pain during urination may be felt for several weeks.
Methods of laser treatment include the introduction of x endoscope and instruments through the penis, due to which the operation is performed without incisions.
Among the most common side effects is blood in the urine. However, this problem disappears a few weeks after the procedure.
Also, a man may experience frequent urination, pain and difficulty during urination. Especially these symptoms are aggravated at night. Sometimes these symptoms may occur for several weeks after surgery. However, they will go when it heals.
In addition, side effects may include urine leakage. This may be due to the fact that the bladder of the patient is accustomed to get rid of urine through the narrowed urethra due to benign prostatic hyperplasia. For many men this problem improves over time.