LASER PROSTATE SURGERY
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Laser Prostate Surgery, It is a method used for the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). In this method, the prostate tissue is reduced by using high-energy laser beams and thus the urine flow is corrected. Laser Prostate Surgery, It is a less invasive method compared to open surgery and has advantages such as less bleeding, less pain, fewer complications and faster recovery time.
Say "goodbye" to prostate problems with laser.
Laser Prostate SurgeryIt has several advantages over traditional surgical methods. These advantages include less bleeding, less pain, shorter hospital stay, faster recovery process and fewer complications. Laser prostate surgery can reduce the risk of damage to surrounding tissues by allowing the procedure to be performed more precisely. Additionally, this method, which carries less risk of postoperative infection, allows patients to return to daily activities earlier.
A correct and safe option for recovery!
Laser Prostate Surgery is a frequently used method in men with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). BPH can make urine flow difficult due to the enlargement of the prostate, which can cause serious problems. Laser Prostate Surgery can be performed to relieve symptoms and improve urine flow and may be recommended if other treatment options are inadequate.
Break the power of the prostate with laser!
Post-operative recovery may vary depending on the patient's overall health and how invasive the surgery is. However, it may usually be necessary to stay in the hospital for several days after surgery. The healing process usually takes several weeks and may require medication and dietary changes according to the doctor's recommendations.
Frequently asked Questions
The process usually takes 1-2 hours.
The procedure is a highly effective method to relieve symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and improve urine flow.
Like any surgical procedure, this method may involve some risks. These may include complications such as bleeding, infection, urine leakage, or urinary tract damage.
To reduce the risk of bladder cancer, it is important to stop smoking, adopt a healthy lifestyle and avoid bladder cancer risk factors. It is also recommended to regularly take preventive measures against urinary tract infections.