Is prostate laser surgery right for you? That is a question you will have to answer for yourself. But, if you feel prostate surgery is necessary, it is by far the superior method available for BPH and has very few side effects reported.
Prostate Laser Surgery far surpasses TURP (transurethral resection of the prostate), TUIP (transurethral incision of the prostate), or any of the other surgeries done for BPH (Benign Prostate Hyperplasia) in effectiveness and safety.
But first, let's keep one thing in mind: Surgery is surgery. There are always dangers and complications, whether major or minor.
This includes prostate laser surgery.
We talk about going under the knife these days like it is pretty much as safe as going out for a pizza.
It is not.
No surgery should ever be performed, EVER, unless it is the last and only resort left.
All surgery, including prostate laser surgery, involves cutting tissue. That means the blood flow is going to be compromised and nerve function will be compromised.
The cutting and scarring is why TURP was a horrendous nightmare for most men.
TURP was, in most cases, followed by such long term side effects as:
Many of these side effects are irreversible!
Now, if you absolutely need BPH surgery so that you can pee, then Greenlight Prostate Laser Surgery has been shown to be the most effective surgery with the least post-op consequences.
Greenlight Laser Prostate Surgery is the most minimally invasive type of prostate surgery and it damages the least amount of tissue.
It has been shown to give:
Over 200,000 procedures have been performed worldwide.
As with any medical procedure, individual results with this procedure will vary. The statements on this website are based on typical clinical study outcomes*. Please consult your urologist for more detailed information and risks.
Still better than laser prostate surgery is NO surgery.
The fact is, BPH doesn't happen overnight. You notice symptoms for years before you can not pee. A slowing stream. Peeing a small amount 3 to 6 times during the night. Burning and irritation.
When you first notice symptoms is when you should take action. The sooner you do, the better your results will be.
Surprisingly, many men with BPH who have waited until they just can't pee anymore, have reversed their condition with prostate massage. If they are willing to use a catheter for a period of time and perform correct prostate massage, even they can often actually shrink their gland to a comfortable size, removing the need for laser prostate surgery or any surgery at all.
It's a very personal decision. We live in a society where most everyone seems to want a "quick fix". We are even taught that as a way of life. Prostate Laser Surgery provides the best answer there.
However, all surgical procedures, including laser prostate surgery, have some consequences. Some consequences are almost unnoticeable, some are horrific and life altering.
If you can heal yourself naturally, isn't that the best bet?
The natural methods take time and patience than laser prostate surgery. But, in the final analysis, they are the safest and most healthful.
For some men surgery really is the only alternative. If you explore them all, you will undoubtedly find Greenlight Prostate Laser Surgery the safest of the lot.