Category: Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

BPH and Prostate Cancer: How to Differentiate

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The way that we have learned to assess our health is by recognizing symptoms. When we have no symptoms, we can feel pretty good about our general health. When symptoms occur, there is a natural drive to want to understand Learn more »

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What to Expect After Prolieve Thermodilation

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The less invasive a procedure is, the better. Comfort is often every patient’s concern when undergoing a medical procedure. Here at Collin County Urology, patients with BPH can undergo Prolieve thermodilation, a minimally invasive procedure and a comfortable method to Learn more »

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Be Wide Open

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Patients are becoming more and more aware of the risks that surgical procedures come with and every day patients that come in at the Collin County Urology prefer a less invasive procedure for their treatments.  BPH or benign prostatic hyperplasia Learn more »

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The ABC’s of BPH

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Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia or BPH, commonly known as prostate enlargement is a very common disease of the prostate that most men are scared of getting as they get older.  But in my years of practice, I always tell my patients Learn more »

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Minimally Invasive Surgery Options for BPH Treatment in Plano, TX

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Aside from being both resident urologists at Collin County Urology, Dr. Michael Wierschem and Dr. Joseph Padalino are indeed passionate and dedicated to remaining on the cutting edge of urologic care. For one thing, they travel extensively to become certified Learn more »

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4 Fast Facts on Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia You Should Know

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Recent statistics reveal that there are around 8 million men who seek treatment for BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia). By and large, this condition actually refers to the non-malignant enlargement of the prostate gland. Men who are above 50 years old Learn more »

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What Happens During a Prolieve System Treatment

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While there are a variety of treatments directed at treating BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia), the Prolieve treatment system is now quickly gaining attention due to its positive outcomes as well as its minimally invasive nature. Dr. Michael G. Wierschem and Learn more »

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