This video from UroLift explains that benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) or enlarged prostate is a common condition among older men. It’s estimated that around 70 percent of men in their 60s will experience some symptoms of BPH.
For many, the symptoms will be mild and though inconvenient, they will be able to live with the side effects. For others, the urination problems caused by BPH will be too much to handle and they will need to address the problem.
The UroLift system is a minimally invasive treatment option for men with BPH. The video explains how the system works and how the procedure can be performed in a urologist’s office. It describes the benefits of the UroLift system over medications or other surgical options.
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