The prostate is a small gland located below the bladder and surrounding the urethra. Enlargement of this internal organ is a common health problem in men. It causes pressure on the urinary tract, making it difficult to empty the bladder. Endoscopic prostate surgery is an effective treatment for this condition.

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During endoscopic prostate surgery, the doctor inserts a thin and flexible instrument through the tip of the patient’s penis into their urethra. At the end of this device, there is a tiny endoscopic camera, a lamp and a surgical apparatus for cutting and removing tissues. During the procedure, the doctor does not make any incisions in the patient’s skin. Thanks to the endoscopic camera, the medical team can navigate very precisely inside the patient’s genitourinary system. The recorded image is displayed on a compatible screen. With its help, the surgeon skilfully cuts out the overgrown sections of the prostate and removes them.

You may need to undergo some additional tests before the procedure. Your doctor will advise You about them. If You take drugs that increase the risk of bleeding, the surgeon might also recommend You stop them.

Most patients have to stay in the hospital for a day or two after the surgery. You may experience symptoms such as blood in the urine or pain during passing water. This is normal, but if your bleeding gets worse, or You notice blood clots, You should contact Your doctor. After surgery, drink plenty of water, and eat foods that are high in fibre to help you pass stools without pushing. Avoid intensive physical activity for at least a month. Within 4-6 weeks after the procedure, it is also necessary to refrain from sexual activity.

During the pre-operational consultation with Your doctor, You should tell him about any medications that you take on a regular basis. He might advise You to stop some of them. Endoscopic procedures are relatively safe and have a low risk of complications if You follow all of Your surgeon’s recommendations.

About the procedure

During endoscopic prostate surgery, the doctor inserts a thin and flexible instrument through the tip of the patient’s penis into their urethra. At the end of this device, there is a tiny endoscopic camera, a lamp and a surgical apparatus for cutting and removing tissues. During the procedure, the doctor does not make any incisions in the patient’s skin. Thanks to the endoscopic camera, the medical team can navigate very precisely inside the patient’s genitourinary system. The recorded image is displayed on a compatible screen. With its help, the surgeon skilfully cuts out the overgrown sections of the prostate and removes them.

Preperation

You may need to undergo some additional tests before the procedure. Your doctor will advise You about them. If You take drugs that increase the risk of bleeding, the surgeon might also recommend You stop them.

Convalescence

Most patients have to stay in the hospital for a day or two after the surgery. You may experience symptoms such as blood in the urine or pain during passing water. This is normal, but if your bleeding gets worse, or You notice blood clots, You should contact Your doctor. After surgery, drink plenty of water, and eat foods that are high in fibre to help you pass stools without pushing. Avoid intensive physical activity for at least a month. Within 4-6 weeks after the procedure, it is also necessary to refrain from sexual activity.

Precautions

During the pre-operational consultation with Your doctor, You should tell him about any medications that you take on a regular basis. He might advise You to stop some of them. Endoscopic procedures are relatively safe and have a low risk of complications if You follow all of Your surgeon’s recommendations.

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