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BPH UroLift

Treatments for Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)

Symptoms of prostate enlargement typically occur during midlife in men. These symptoms often include weak urinary stream, waking at night to urinate, urgency and frequency of urination and having flow issues such as hesitancy to start and starting and stopping. For more information click here.

Take the International Prostate Symptom Score (IPSS) Test to see where you stand when you are standing at the toilet.

Medications can alleviate the symptoms of BPH. Often times the bladder can continue to decline in health even with medical therapy.

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BPH medical illustration

Two of the most common procedures to correct symptoms of BPH include UroLift and TURP.


For men who desire improvement in symptoms of BPH without having to undergo TURP or to take medication chronically, UroLift is a safe and effective treatment option.

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Urolift® BPH Relief. In Sight.™

TURP ( Transurethral Resection of the Prostate )

TURP has been performed in men with large prostate glands since 1926. This “tried and true” procedure works by “shaving” the enlarged prostate to open the passageway. This procedure is very effective.

UroLift System Animation

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What to expect