Treatment with the UroLift® System is typically a one-time solution that provides rapid relief and recovery for men living with symptoms of an enlarged prostate.1 It breaks the cycle of medications and how they make a person feel, all without the risks of traditional surgery.2 The goal of the UroLift System treatment is to relieve symptoms so you can get back to your life and resume your daily activities.
Most men living with enlarged prostate (BPH) symptoms take prescription medications after they’re diagnosed but these prescriptions often don’t provide adequate relief and may cause dizziness, fatigue, and sexual dysfunction.2 Medications don't need to become a lifelong burden and men don’t need to wait until surgery is required to address the problem. With the UroLift System treatment, men suffering from BPH symptoms can avoid traditional surgery altogether.
There’s a better option that can help men feel revitalized without having to compromise: The UroLift System treatment. This is typically a one-time procedure that is a straightforward solution to treat the blockage, freeing men from ongoing BPH medications with a rapid recovery.1
The UroLift System treatment typically performed in the outpatient clinic or day surgery unit, uses tiny implants to hold open the obstructed pathway that’s blocking urine flow, addressing the blockage, not just continuously treating enlarged prostate (BPH) symptoms. Most patients return home immediately and experience a speedy recovery.
An enlarged prostate can narrow or even block the urethra.
The UroLift Delivery Device is placed through the obstructed urethra to access the enlarged prostate.
Tiny UroLift Implants are permanently placed to lift and hold the enlarged prostate tissue out of the way and increase the opening of the urethra.
The UroLift System treatment provides fast and reliable symptom relief by opening the obstructed urethra.
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, or BPH, is a condition in which the prostate enlarges as men get older. Over 70% of men in their 60s have BPH symptoms, so it is very common3. While BPH is a benign condition, unrelated to prostate cancer, it can greatly affect quality of life.