An Enlarged Prostate (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia – BPH) is very common, as the Prostate naturally increases in size once a man passes the age of 40.
When the increase becomes excessive, however, the Prostate presses on the urethra, narrowing it and causing patients to suffer from difficulty urinating and the inability to empty their bladders fully.
If left untreated, it can result in urinary tract infections (UTIs) or even a sudden inability to urinate – a painful medical emergency.
While medical and surgical treatments for a serious case of BPH are available, in most cases, treatment may not be necessary, but exams will be conducted annually to ensure no complications develop from it.
The treatment of Prostate conditions is one of many services offered by the International Urology, Fertility & Gynaecology Centre. We also offer a wide range of urology treatments including ESWL, retrograde intrarenal surgery, and laparoscopy.
For a detailed consultation and an effective treatment of prostate problems, consult urologist Dr Michael Wong at 6838-1212 today.