The problem of enlarged Prostate will make you look for prostate surgery in Punjab. Benign prostatic hyperplasia comes with many risks like urinary tract infection, kidney or bladder damage, to name a few. Depending on the condition of a person, doctors recommend a type of prostate surgery. Experts perform Open prostatectomy in two ways, radical retropubic or radical perineal approach. In former cut for removing the prostate or lymph nodes is made from your belly button to your pubic bone. In the latter approach, surgeons make a cut between the rectum and scrotum. This type of surgery restricts the removal of lymph nodes. The person in prostate surgery is under general anaesthesia or spinal or epidural anaesthesia.

Laparoscopic surgery is a minimally invasive approach to prostate surgery. It requires the surgeon to make small cuts to insert surgical instruments that remove the enlarged prostate. Advanced technologies are taking over traditional open prostate surgeries. It is because of the benefit they come with no incisions and fast recovery. Laser surgery involves targeting the prostate blocking the urine flow gland through a fibre-optic scope. In endoscopic surgery, experts insert a long, flexible tube through the tip of the penis with a light and lens to remove parts of the prostate gland. Transurethral resection of the prostate needs the urologist to cut the enlarged prostate into pieces that go into the bladder and are flushed out. Transurethral incision of the prostate differs from the former. It consists of making small cuts in the prostate and bladder neck to widen the urethra instead of cutting the tissue pieces and removing them as in the former.

In the recovery phase after the prostate, surgery a person needs to take medicines to control urinary tract infections, soreness, and swelling at the incision site. However, the phase is temporary, and so are the symptoms that go away with time and medicines.