Taking care of your body is essential, but as you age, some changes are beyond your control. One common change for most men as they get older is an enlargement of the prostate gland, known as BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia).
- Dribbling at the end of urination
- Difficulty starting urination
- A weak or interrupted urine stream
- The sensation of needing to urinate shortly after already doing so
- Frequent urination (eight or more times a day)
- Incontinence (loss of bladder control)
- Sudden, urgent urges to urinate
- Frequent nighttime awakenings to urinate
- Lifestyle changes, such as pelvic floor muscle exercises, fluid management, and reducing caffeine and alcohol intake.
- Medications to relax prostate and bladder muscles or shrink the prostate.
- Minimally invasive procedures like TUMT, Rezūm, and laser therapy.
- Surgical options, including TURP, TUIP, UroLift, or open and robotic surgeries in severe cases.
Consult with one of our Urological providers to determine the most suitable treatment plan based on your individual circumstances.