Often a man’s lifestyle will determine how burdensome he finds benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). Often medical treatment will be enough to relieve the worst symptoms, so the patient won’t need surgery. The symptoms that disrupt the daily activities of a man who is conducting business or traveling may not bother another man who spends much of his
Sep 02 2008
Prostate laser surgery and anticoagulant therapy
In a multicenter trial published in May, 2009, carried out by DESCAZEAUD, the Committee of lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) in men of the French Urology Association studied the efficiency and reliability of benign prostate hypertrophy surgical treatment by laser in patients under oral anticoagulation therapy. COUMADIN ® or platelet antiaggregant therapy as PLAVIX ® (Clopidogrel) we're considered equally.