Say Goodbye to Medication, Hello to Relief from BPH with Simple, In-Office Therapy from Urology One
Are you one of the approximately 30 million men who suffer from the troublesome symptoms caused by benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)1? BPH can lead to embarrassing symptoms, from leaks to making emergency trips to the restroom, and living in constant discomfort. Don’t sacrifice your happiness because you’re unaware or unsatisfied with your treatment options.
Urology One’s Bechara George Tabet, M.D., F.A.C.S., and David G. Heiser, M.D. are experienced care providers who offer an alternative treatment option that can offer you relief from BPH without sexual and serious side effects.
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What is BPH, and how is it affecting your life?
When the prostate grows and becomes enlarged, added pressure is placed on the urethra, and urinating becomes irregular. BPH, known as benign prostatic hyperplasia, is a noncancerous increase in the size of the prostate, often resulting in one or several of the following symptoms:
- Pain while urinating
- Sudden urgency
- Weak streams during urination
- Bladder control loss
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What is Rezum™ Therapy to treat BPH?
A wide range of treatments exist to help you overcome BPH. Treatments offered by Urology One include:
- Prostate surgery
Rezum™ is a less-invasive procedure to treat BPH that is growing in popularity due to its ability to reduce the size of the prostate in patients. It also allows patients to avoid the side effects associated with BPH medications, including dizziness, headaches, and fatigue.
How Rezum™ Therapy Works
Rezum™ therapy utilizes steam that causes excess prostate cells to die. Through 9-second treatments, sterile steam turns into hot water, which kills cells that then disappear. As these cells disappear, the prostate begins to shrink, allowing the urethra to return to normal and reducing or eliminating the symptoms of BPH. Patients typically begin to experience relief in about two weeks, and achieve ideal results within 1-3 months.
- Performed under mild sedation
- Quick (10-15 minutes)
- Repeatable if necessary
- Not likely to affect sexual function
- Not a permanent implant
- Covered by Medicare and many types of private insurance
A catheter will be used in the procedure and removed 2-3 days after therapy is complete. Patients will be able to resume activities almost immediately following the procedure.
Overcome BPH and Avoid Side Effects from Medication with Urology One
The side effects of BPH put unnecessary pressure on your life. Relieve that pressure with the help of Urology One and the Rezum™ procedure, performed by Urology One’s Bechara George Tabet, M.D., F.A.C.S., and David G. Heiser, M.D.
To determine if you have BPH, and if Rezum™ is your best option for minimally-invasive relief, our team will analyze your body, discuss your symptoms, and suggest a treatment plan. Before scheduling your procedure, our doctors will outline the risks and benefits of the procedure, including side effects, the recovery process, and what results you can expect.