Benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH) occurs when a man’s prostate gland becomes enlarged and causes problems with his urinary and reproductive systems. Because the prostate continues to grow as men age, the condition typically affects men as they age into and through their senior years. There are many different ways to treat BPH, including minimally invasive surgeries such as UroLift.
In this St Pete Urology video, Dr. Reid Graves explains how UroLift works and its advantages over other types of surgery — in particular, the lack of side effects.
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