If you have BPH, then you might be looking for treatment opitons. Treatment options are: Medical Management of BPH, Traditional surgery (TURP) and Prostatic Artery Embolization.
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The timeline for seeing results after PAE can vary depending on the individual patient and the severity of their BPH symptoms. Some patients may see improvement in their symptoms within a few days to a week after the procedure, while others may take 3 to 6 months to experience the full benefits of the treatment.
A catheter is a tube attached to the urethra to drain urine during the PAE procedure. However, in the majority of cases, this tube will be removed after the PAE procedure. In rare cases, you might require the catheter to be in place after the procedure, but it depends on the individual patient and the extent of the procedure.
Yes, PAE is a safe, painless procedure used to treat an enlarged prostate or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). However, like any other surgical procedure, it holds certain risks such as allergic reaction, infection, pain and discomfort, damage to the surrounding tissues, etc
No, PAE does not affect fertility, instead, it improves sexual performance and overall quality of life.
During the PAE procedure, small particles are injected into the blood vessels that supply blood to the prostate gland. These particles block the blood flow to the prostate, which causes the prostate to shrink in size over time. As the prostate gland shrinks, it can relieve the pressure on the urethra and improve urinary symptoms such as urinary incontinence, frequent urge to urinate, difficulty n emptying your bladder, etc.
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