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    The transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) has been the gold widespread for BPH remedy. In current years, although, its luster has tarnished — now not because of issues with the operation itself (it's honestly gotten better), but due to new scientific and surgical rivals. Although effects vary, TURP reduces BPH symptoms in eighty% to ninety% of sufferers. But there may be complications. Early problems include contamination or bleeding. Late complications include dry ejaculation (50% to 75%), ED (five% to 10%), and incontinence (1% to a few%). And because the prostate can amplify again, up to twenty% of TURP sufferers require more treatment within 10

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