BPH

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)

Exercise might reduce nighttime urination

A study led by a Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine researcher found that men who exercise have a lower risk of nocturia — i.e. waking up two or more times during the night to urinate. Nocturia increases as men age. It’s often due to an enlarged prostate (also known as benign prostatic hyperplasia

Got an enlarged prostate? Attend our free, GreenLight Laser lecture.

If you’re not satisfied with medication for your enlarged prostate, or are bothered by frequent urination, mark your calendar and make plans to attend a free lecture about the Green Light Laser. Dr. Salim Hawatmeh of South County Urological will present the 6 pm lecture on Wednesday, November 5th, at St. Anthony’s Medical Center auditorium.