Unexplained high PSA levels? New biopsy procedure might help.

Men with continued but unexplained high PSA numbers may benefit from a new type of prostate biopsy available at South County Urological.  Called fusion prostate biopsy, it merges magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans with ultrasound technology. It allows the physician to better see the patient’s prostate and to create a roadmap of where and how

Tiny implants ‘hold back’ an enlarged prostate

Prostatic urethral lift (UroLift®) is a new approach to treating an enlarged prostate, otherwise known as benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH. BPH is characterized by a variety of urinary symptoms including frequency, urgency and a weak or interrupted stream. Symptoms occur when the prostate grows and squeezes the urethra, which is the tube that transports urine from

Tired of enlarged prostate meds? Steam may be your solution.

Men who no longer benefit from or who no longer want to take daily medication for an enlarged prostate may find relief from a new treatment available at South County Urological.  It uses water vapor (steam heat) to reduce the excess prostate tissue blocking normal urine flow. Medically, the procedure is called water vapor therapy. We use

More Ways to Treat BPH – Without Surgery

Two new procedures to treat an enlarged prostate (also called benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH) are now available at South County Urological. Both procedures are outpatient and can be performed in our office with minimal patient sedation. The new treatments are: Rezum™ water vapor therapy. This novel outpatient treatment uses energy from steam (water vapor)